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Gulf Air appoints new country manager for Egypt

Posted 5 July 2017 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has appointed Wael Mattar as its new country manager for Egypt, effective this month, July 2017.

With over 23 years’ experience in aviation, Mattar has previously supported the airline’s commercial mission in all of marketing and sales, representing Gulf Air in the GCC region.

Ahmed Janahi, Gulf Air chief commercial officer said: “It is a pleasure to welcome Wael to his newest role with Bahrain’s national carrier. As a longstanding member of the Gulf Air family, Wael has amassed extensive industry experience and skills, making him the perfect candidate to further strengthen our presence in the Egyptian market and continue representing our airline in the Arab Republic of Egypt, a country we have proudly served since 1974.”

 

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