DUBAI: Emirates has announced new executive leadership appointments for its operational, commercial and international affairs functions.
Adel Al Redha is appointed Chief Operating Officer, Adnan Kazim is Chief Commercial Officer and Sheikh Majid Al Mualla is divisional Senior Vice President, International Affairs.
His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive Emirates Airline and Group commented: “Adel, Adnan and Sheikh Majid are all experienced members of the Emirates leadership team with strong expertise in their respective areas and proven leadership abilities. Each brings deep and diverse experiences from different areas of the airline business, and I am confident that they will continue to drive the airline’s future growth and strengthen Emirates’ presence, agility, and focus across the globe. These roles are strategically important to growing our customer base and developing our commercial strategies, delivering the best experiences across customer touchpoints, and progressing our business objectives through engaging with governments, regulators and key industry bodies around the world.”
In his role as chief commercial officer (CCO), Adnan Kazim is responsible for worldwide commercial operations, e-Commerce, the Emirates Skywards loyalty programme and Emirates SkyCargo. Kazim will continue to lead the airline’s Strategic Planning and Revenue Optimisation teams, which are critical functions that support the airline’s commercial success. Kazim joined Emirates in 1992 and has successfully led the airline’s commercial operations in major markets such as the UAE, Switzerland, Pakistan and East Africa.
Sheikh Majid Al Mualla, who previously held the position of divisional senior vice president, Commercial Operations-Centre, is appointed divisional senior vice president, International Affairs. In his new role, Sheikh Majid will drive the airline’s government, industry, public policy, regulatory, environment and international affairs agenda. He will also lead teams that represent Emirates in government negotiations and air services talks, as well as various aviation industry bodies of which Emirates is a member