Majed Al Joker appointed as chief working officer at Dubai Airports


Majed Al Joker

Dubai Airports has appointed of Majed Al Joker as its chief working officer (COO).

Dubai Airports is the operator of each of Dubai Worldwide (DXB) and Dubai World Central (DWC) airports within the emirate.

Previous to his promotion, Al Joker served as the manager vp of company affairs for Dubai Airports.

His new position will mix key operational capabilities at Dubai Airports together with terminal service supply, airside service supply, airport operations management centre, safety, and security and sustainability right into a single enterprise unit.

Al Joker joined Dubai Airports in 2008 as vp of Terminal Operations earlier than he was promoted to the place of senior vp of operations.

Previous to becoming a member of Dubai Airports, he served as deputy director of Airport Operations at Abu Dhabi Airports Firm (ADAC). He started his profession within the aviation house with Emirates airline, the place he labored because the outstation airport companies supervisor at a number of locations and was later appointed because the airline’s regional supervisor for airport companies masking 24 stations in West Asia. He holds a Grasp of Science Diploma in Worldwide Enterprise Administration from Heriot-Watt College within the UK.

“As somebody who has held senior positions throughout the enterprise and efficiently led groups in delivering key goals for the organisation over practically a decade and a half, Majed brings a wealth of expertise to the position. His expertise, data of the enterprise and management abilities will play an vital position for Dubai Airports as we put together to ramp up our technique for development and growth in a submit pandemic world,” mentioned Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports.

DXB returned to 100 per cent working capability having opened the ultimate section of Concourse A at Terminal 3 in December. All terminals, concourses, lounges, eating places and stores at the moment are open.

Learn: Dubai airport again at ‘100% working capability’

Dubai hosted 7.28 million worldwide in a single day guests between January and December 2021, representing a 32 per cent year-over-year development and leading to a major development in passenger numbers at DXB.

Learn additionally: Dubai acquired 7.28 million in a single day guests in 2021


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