LONDON, UK – 26 June 2013 – Emirates, one of the world’s fastest growing airlines, recently announced new appointments to senior management roles within the organisation which mirror the company’s growth and expansion. Nabil Sultan, who has held numerous commercial roles in his 20 years with Emirates, has been appointed Divisional Senior Vice President (DSVP), Emirates SkyCargo. He takes over from Ram Menen, who retired from Emirates in early June. He previously served as DSVP for Revenue Optimisation and Distribution.
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