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New management team at Kuwait Airways

Posted 17 May 2017 · Add Comment

Ibrahim Al-Khuzam has been named as the new CEO of Kuwait Airways. The flag-carrier has formally disclosed the appointment as part of a revised management line-up.

The airline has also named Sami Fahad Al-Rushaid as its chairman, succeeding Rasha Al-Roumi who was credited with masterminding the modernisation of the Kuwait Airways' fleet with Boeing 777-300ERs, part of a broader renewal which includes the Airbus A320neo and A350.
 

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