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Gulf Air appoints Bahraini senior manager cabin crew

Posted 6 July 2020 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has appointed Abdulrauf Meer Abdulrahim as senior manager cabin crew to manage one of the airline’s key operational units and be responsible for the largest team of Gulf Air’s workforce.

Abdulrauf Meer Abdulrahim is Gulf Air’s new senior manager cabin crew. Image: Gulf Air 

Abdulrahim has long experience in the aviation industry as he joined the national carrier back in 1978 as cabin crew and progressed to safety and survival school Instructor in his 20 years in Gulf Air. He then spent another 20 years in the United Arab Emirates enriching his aviation knowledge in roles of cabin safety, training, inflight product and international airline hub set up. With more than 40 years in the aviation industry, Abdulrahim retuned to Gulf Air on its 70th anniversary to turn his experience into practice and contribute to the overall efforts to elevate the passenger experience when flying on the national carrier.

 

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