Royal Jordanian Airlines (RJ) President and CEO Amer Hadidi has stepped down after less than two years in the posts. Chairman Nasser Lozi now also will be president/CEO. Hadidi was appointed chief executive in July 2012, succeeding Hussein Dabbas who had served since August 2009. Hadidi’s resignation was consensual and expected. He already had resigned several months ago but the board of directors asked him to stay on during the search for a replacement. Hadidi’s departure comes ...
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