Gulf Air CEO Majali Resigns Over Disagreement On Airline’s Future

In a long-expected move, Gulf Air CEO Samer Majali has resigned his position but will stay until the end of the year while the Bahraini carrier finds a successor. The airline did not elaborate on Majali’s reasons for leaving, but industry sources tell Aviation Week he has disagreed with the carrier...

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