(01 September 2022, 11:08 +07) Three members of Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) have joined IATA’s Advisory Councils for the 2022-2025 term.
Marwan Niazi, Vice President Commercial Saudia Air Cargo; Mohammed Alsaied, General Manager Strategies and Legal Compliance – Saudia Airlines; and Dr. Saleh Bukhari, General Manager Sales and Distribution Strategies – Saudia Airlines have joined the following three councils: Cargo Advisory, Legal Advisory, and Distribution Advisory, respectively.
Three members of Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) have joined IATA’s Advisory Councils for the 2022-2025 term.
Through these prestigious appointments to three of the nine IATA Advisory Councils (IACs), members from Saudia will be responsible for the strategic formulation and execution of airline policy and will advise the Board and work closely with IATA management on all matters referred to it by the IATA Director General and related to each of the three Advisory Councils.
As a Board of Governors Member in IATA, the Director General of Saudia Group, Engr. Ibrahim Al-Omar, said, “I would like to take this opportunity to say that I could not have wished for a better group of people to represent Saudia amongst the industry’s best and brightest. I am confident that they will prove invaluable members of the IATA Advisory Council through their experience, expertise, and dedication to uplifting and empowering the industry.”
IACs members are appointed by the Director General based on nominations from member airline CEOs and following review by the Chair Committee and the approval of the Chair Committee and the Board.
In-person council meetings take place at least twice a year at IATA’s offices in Montreal, Geneva, Singapore, Miami or Madrid.
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