Bahrain’s parliament yesterday voted to replace the entire Gulf Air board, which was only appointed last month, and tear up the contracts of two consultancy firms recruited by the airline, a report said.
Five MPs had submitt
The board of directors of Gulf Air yesterday accepted the resignation of the airline’s chief executive officer Samer Majali, submitted earlier this year.
Majali will remain in his position until the end of 20
Gulf Air, Bahrain’s national carrier, today assured passengers and employees that as discussions continue between the kingdom’s government and parliament on the airline’s funding requirements, the airline&rsqu
Gulf Air, the national airline of Bahrain, has denied reports that its chief executive Samer Majali has submitted his resignation.
It followed claims by MPs who yesterday demanded a Bahraini be appointed to replace Majali, from Jordan, ami
Gulf Air chief executive officer Samer Majali will spearhead discussions among leading global aviation professionals at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Majali will chair the Aviation Travel and Tourism Governors Annual Meeting 2011 in
Gulf Air yesterday strongly denied rumours that its chief executive officer Samer Majali had resigned or had been asked to leave just five months after being appointed.
An airline official told the Gulf Daily News, our sister newspaper, th
Gulf Air, Bahrain’s national carrier, is passing through difficult times, having taken a major hit from the high oil prices, global downturn and severe regional competition.
Questions have arisen over the airline’s future as its mounting
The new chief executive of Gulf Air should cut costs to reduce the losses of Bahrain's state-owned carrier, but laying off nationals in large numbers remains off-limits, members of parliament said on Monday.
Samer Majali, former chief exec
Gulf Air, Bahrain’s national carrier, has appointed a new chief executive officer following Björn Näf’s decision to leave the business to pursue other interests, the airline said.
Samer Majali, former CEO of Royal Jordanian, will take over