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New chairman and CEO for Tunisair

Posted 8 January 2021 · Add Comment

Olfa Hamdi has been appointed chairman and CEO of Tunisair.

Image:  Tunisair

 

Hamdi has now replaced Elyes Mnakbi.

 

The national airline saw its passenger traffic and its turnover fall by approximately 75% during the first three quarters of 2020. A restructuring plan had been announced by the Tunisian authorities last year, including a recapitalisation and layoffs.

 

The airlines describes Hamdi as a global expert in capital project strategy.

She is an American-trained engineer, inventor, and Silicon Valley entrepreneur-Founder and CEO of Concord Project Technologies.

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