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Etihad Airways appoints new country manager for Sudan

Posted 15 May 2017 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways has appointed Ali Ghanim Hadi as its new country manager for Sudan.

Based at the airline’s Khartoum office, Hadi will be responsible for leading Etihad Airways’ commercial operations in Sudan, one of the airline’s longest-established markets.

With over four years of experience at the airline, he has developed excellent contacts with the travel and tourism industry in the Gulf and further afield.

He has moved from head office in Abu Dhabi where he worked as a Sales Manager responsible for managing a mixed portfolio of accounts for both local and federal government.

Daniel Barranger, Etihad Airways Vice President Global Sales, said “We are delighted to have Ali lead the team in the Khartoum office, where he will continue to drive commercial success in Sudan, one of Etihad Airways’ oldest markets.

“Ali’s promotion is recognition of his hard work and Etihad Airways’ commitment to develop and nurture Emirati talent to take up leadership roles both in Abu Dhabi and overseas.”

 

 

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