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Oman Airports CEO voted as ACI vice president for two years

Posted 7 August 2019 · Add Comment

On its 59th annual meeting in Hong Kong, the World General Assembly of the ACI World has voted collectively on assigning Oman Airports CEO, Aimen bin Ahmed Al Hosni, as vice president for ACI World for two years.

 

This is for his contributions and accomplishments in enhancing the development of airports performance in Oman, in both administrative and operational levels.

It also comes as an acknowledgment for his useful contributions and participation’s in as a Board member of ACI Asia-Pacific for the past two years.

This assignment comes in alignment with the distinguished performance of Oman Airports and its continuous initiatives as an active member in ACI World/ Asia-Pacific committees, regional and global. ACI is a worldwide organization that consists of 5 main Councils,  and its headquarter located in Montreal, Canada

Oman Airport’s CEO has also been assigned as a Board member of the ACI Asia-Pacific in 2016 and shortly was selected to be a Board member in ACI World in 2017 and that highlights the active presence of Oman in this industry as well as the keen interest and support that Oman devotes to develop the civil aviation sector.

Al Hosni, Oman Airports’ CEO, said: “‏I would like to express my sincere thanks to the ACI General Assembly and dear ACI Board members for their trust.

“It is my pleasure to contribute to ACI through this role and perform duly to meet the set objectives and goals.” He added:” Throughout this Annual Meetings, Oman Airports has proven its competency and excellence in many aspects reflected with its wide participant in different committees of the 2019 ACI Asia-Pacific/ World Annual General Assembly Conference & Exhibition. This participation comes in the stream with our national strategies of Oman’s Government that keenly supports and promotes the aviation field as a main contributor of the national development plans, inspired by the insight and insightful vision of our wise Leader, H.M. Sultan Qaboos, May Allah bless him with prosperity and wellbeing. We work jointly with our strategic partners to stand out as a key factor of growth and development on the regional and global levels, utilising the strategic significance of Oman’s geographical location. “ 

Al Hosni, concluded: “Oman Airports staff and myself are looking forward to contributing effectively to the growth and welfare of Oman in all the regional and international events as it deserves.”

The ACI World is considered the umbrella of all organisations in the civil aviation industry. It was established in 1991 to perform a supervisory and administrative role in different aspects related to HSE, energy, environment, and technology related to this vital sector of the nation's economy. The ACI’s Headquarter based in Montreal, Canada and it has regional headquarters in Asia-Pacific, North and South Americas, Africa and Europe.

It aims at promoting worlds’ airports and enhancing their performance through a safe atmosphere of solid cooperation's between the airports across the globe along with the other related organisations and businesses that support the aviation to ensure safe and efficient air traffic and experience. The ACI includes 597 members that run more than 1679 airports in 177 countries across the world.

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