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Ali Ahmed Alnaqbi, elected as chairman of International Business Aviation Council

Posted 28 October 2019 · Add Comment

Currently holding the position of the Vice Chairman since 2017, Ali Ahmed Alnaqbi has been elected as the Chairman of the Governing Board - IBAC.

 

In a recently held meeting at Las Vegas, the IBAC Board elected Alnaqbi, who will hold this position for a period of three years effective January 1st, 2020. Alnaqbi is the first Arab ever to be at the helm of affairs of the International Business Aviation Council. He had earlier served as the Treasurer of the IBAC for three years.

The IBAC Governing Board serves the diverse needs of business aviation across the globe and is involved in all ICAO forums that affect business aviation, in addition to directing the council.

“I am honoured for this trust by the IBAC Board in being elected as the Board Chairman,” said Alnaqbi. “This opportunity to guide the business aviation sector not only in the MENA region but also globally is a big responsibility and it is also a perfect synergy with my passion for the industry and previous achievements. No doubt we have long way ahead of us and I look forward to driving the industry forward through IBAC in the next three years in this role.”

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