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Gulf Air appoints first Bahraini female country manager – to Addis Ababa

Posted 8 July 2019 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has appointed Shams Al Doseri as a country manager for its Addis Ababa office.

 

This appointment makes Al Doseri the first Bahraini female to run a Gulf Air station. With eight years of airline sales experience in Gulf Air’s hub station in Bahrain,  Al Doseri was selected to represent Gulf Air in Ethiopia and manage the airline’s office in its capital.

The airline operates flights to and from Addis Ababa in Ethiopia since 2011 and with this appointment, Al Doseri will take on the challenge of further strengthening Gulf Air’s growth in Africa.

“I am very proud and delighted to take this challenge and be the first Bahraini woman in Gulf Air to represent the national carrier outside the Kingdom,” saod Al Doseri. “This assignment is of a national nature to me as I will not only promote my airline but also promote my beloved country to the world by encouraging more passengers to fly Gulf Air to or via Bahrain.”

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