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Gulf air welcomes new Bahraini aircraft maintenance technicians

Posted 28 January 2020 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has welcomed a new batch of 22 Bahraini aircraft maintenance technicians who have recently joined the airline and began their training programme. With this recruitment Gulf Air has reached 90% Bahrainisation in the position of aircraft maintenance technicians.

 

Gulf Air’s deputy chief executive officer Captain Waleed Al Alawi congratulated the airline’s new aircraft maintenance technicians for passing the selection process, and said: “Today, 90% of our aircraft maintenance technicians are Bahrainis. This is a major milestone for us to be a leader amongst carriers from our neighbouring countries by having local, specialised and professional talents representing our beloved Kingdom. Gulf Air continues in being a corporate leader in Bahrainisation in the Kingdom of Bahrain.”

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