Subscribe Free
in People

New senior vice president of IT for Oman Air

Posted 23 July 2018 · Add Comment

Oman Air is to introduce Ghaith Mohammed Al Darmaki as the new Oman Air Senior Vice President of the IT department. He joins the airline at a vital time of network and fleet expansion.

 

Al Darmaki, an Omani national, has a strong track record of proven success in leading teams across many effective platforms in previous IT roles. His new position will focus on ensuring the correct use of information technology across Oman Air, and developing the IT strategy in alignment with airline’s overall business strategy.

Al Darmaki said: “I am delighted to be joining Oman Air at such an exciting time. So much has already been achieved in 2018 alone, with the opening of the new airport terminal in Muscat and the ambitious fleet expansion. I am proud to accept the position of Senior Vice President of the IT department and I am confident I have the right industry experience to deliver success. I look forward to working with the Oman Air team and contributing towards the dynamic development of the airline.”

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Advertisement
Latest News

Play it, SAMI

A huge new player has emerged in the aerospace defence world. Alan Warnes finds out more.

Satcom Direct names Evgeniy Pashkov regional director EEMEA

Satcom Direct, the business aviation solutions provider, has appointed Evgeniy Pashkov as regional director for EEMEA.

USD 1.8 trillion global investment needed for aviation infrastructure modernisation by 2030

The required modernisation of aviation infrastructure expansion, development, and modernisation to cater to anticipated increase in passenger and freight air traffic demand will reach USD 1.8 trillion by 2030.

Jetex now the exclusive dealer in the region for hi-tech new HondaJet

Jetex is bringing the next-generation in advanced private jets to the Middle East after striking an agreement with Honda Aircraft Company to become the exclusive authorized dealer for the region.

Five Middle East States to share aviation security info

Following their presentation of a working paper entitled 'Sharing of Aviation Security Information Between States' at the Second High-level Conference on Aviation Security (HLCAS/2-WP/2), Egypt, Jordan, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan

Somon cracks the EU code

Somon Air and AtlasGlobal are forging deeper ties in a bid to help the Tajik airline grow sustainably. Martin Rivers reports.

TAA SK0902311218
See us at
Aviation Africa BT0607280219AIME19BTA3005120219MEBAA BT1004121218SaudiAirshowBT0711140319