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Gulf Air appoints two Bahrainis in executive and management roles

Posted 2 July 2021 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has appointed two Bahrainis in executive and management roles. Adnan Hashim as chief financial officer and Jamal AlKuwaiti as director human resources.

 

Gulf Air’s acting chief executive officer Captain Waleed AlAlawi said: “At Gulf Air, we are committed to hiring the best Bahraini talents with rich experience into the executive management team. The Kingdom of Bahrain is known for its highly educated and experienced pool of talents and Gulf Air will always prioritise Bahrainis for job opportunities whether in executive roles or at entry levels.”

 

He added: “I welcome Adnan and Jamal to the Gulf Air family, and I am sure they will be up for the challenge in working for a global and multinational airline with such legacy and heritage.”

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