Oman Air appoints Regional Manager Gulf, Middle East & Africa
Date: 11 Apr 2010
Oman Air has appointed Ejaz Khan as the Regional Manager - Gulf, Middle East & Africa based in Muscat. A highly motivated, results-oriented and energetic individual who leads his team through today’s business challenges, Ejaz has over 28 years progressive experience in international sales, customers’ service and airport operations in Aviation industry in various parts of Middle East, Africa and Pakistan, having worked with the leading European and regional airlines. Prior to this posting he was working as Country Manager for Oman Air in Pakistan based in Karachi.
Commenting on the appointment of Ejaz Khan as the Regional Manager, Gulf, Middle East and Africa, Abdulrazaq Alraisi, General Manager, Worldwide Sales, says:
“Oman Air is extremely pleased to announce the appointment of Ejaz Khan as Regional Manager to Gulf, Middle East and Africa. He has proven his mettle as the Country Manager for Pakistan where he rose to the challenges to achieve targets by successfully developing customer focused strategies. He is a well-rounded aviation management strategist and a team player with a proven track record and industry knowledge. He is sure to lead his team to new heights and achieve the targets as set forth by the management by lending his expertise to achieve this end.”
In his current posting, Ejaz Khan will be responsible to lead his team in meeting the sales target of all the stations in the Gulf, Middle East and Africa, optimising the revenue, identifying new markets, marketing and promotions, defining customer needs and other support services as required.
Ejaz Khan says on his appointment:
“I feel honoured to be appointed as the Regional Manager for Gulf, Middle East and Africa which proves the trust that Oman Air management has placed in me. Oman Air is currently on a steady path of expansion with newer destinations and increased fleet size, and of course the unmatched services and products. My most immediate and prime endeavour would be to join hands with whatever plans the Oman Air management has set forth for the forward trajectory of the carrier.”