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Ethiopian Group CEO named ‘Airline Executive of the Year’ by CAPA

Posted 9 December 2019 · Add Comment

Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Tewolde GebreMariam has been recognised as ‘Airline Executive of the Year’ at the annual Global Aviation Awards for Excellence organised by Centre for Aviation (CAPA) in Malta on 5th December 2019.

 

GebreMariam won the title for his individual influence on the aviation industry, demonstrating outstanding strategic thinking and innovative direction for the growth of Ethiopian Airlines and the aviation industry at large.

GebreMariam said, “I am honoured to have received the award and I sincerely thank CAPA for the recognition. We at Ethiopian have achieved greater milestones as one family. I want to dedicate this award to my colleagues: more than 16,000 brave men and women around the world who always challenge themselves to soar higher with the mind-set that every step they take can become new history and milestone in today’s 21st century aviation business.”

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