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New CEO named for Gulf Air

Posted 13 November 2017 · Add Comment

Gulf Air, has named Krešimir Kučko as the new chief executive for the airline with immediate effect

The former Croatia Airlines president and CEO has been inviolved in the industry for 25 years and is a member of several highly-ranked associations; such as the Croatian-Swiss Chamber of Commerce, as well as SKAL Club Zurich, BAR Swiss and Benelux, Star Alliance, CSC in Belgium and CSC in the Netherlands, where he was voted Vice-Chairman in 2012 and appointed Chairman for 2013.
This follows the recent appointment of Captain Waleed Abdulhameed Al Alawi as deputy CEO.

 

 

PICTURED:

Zayed Bin Rashid Alzayani, Chairman of Gulf Air’s Board of Directors welcomes Kučko to his new post    
 

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