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Maher Al Musallam officially instated as Gulf Air CEO

Staff writer |
Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain - May 18, 2016, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain - Gulf Air announced the instatement of Maher Salman Jabber Al Musallam in the position of chief executive officer.

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Mr. Al Musallam Al Musallam joined Gulf Air as the Deputy CEO after completing his 35 year career with the Royal Bahraini Air Force (RBAF).

During his tenure at the RBAF he has held a number of high-ranking positions including Squadron Commander and Wing Commander where he was responsible for the daily management and emergency deployment of over ten operational units including flying, maintenance, logistics and administration.

Mr. Al Musallam holds a commercial helicopter pilot and instructor’s license, as well as a maintenance test pilot license from the Federal Aviation Administration.

In addition to his extensive flying qualifications, Mr. Al Musallam has also attended several military and civilian commercial and operational training programs in the United Kingdom, the United States of America and Jordan. â– 

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