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Habiba Laklalech named CEO of Moroccan Airports Authority

Posted 15 February 2021 · Add Comment

King Mohammed VI has appointed Habiba Laklalech, CEO of Moroccan Airports Authority (ONDA).

She replaces Zouhair Mohammed El Aoufir. Habiba Laklalech was deputy CEO of Royal Air Maroc.

She is an X-Telecom graduate from Paris and holds a DEA in electronics. She started her career at Procter & Gamble in 1995, before joining Meditel in 2002.

Habiba Laklalech  will henceforth head ONDA during a complex context . After a record year in terms of air traffic in 2019, ONDA is expected to record a drastic drop in its turnover and an increase in its debt in 2020 due to the Covid-19 crisis. 

 
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