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Swiss appoints new Riyadh head

Swiss has appointed Sajid Abdul Kader as its station manager for King Khalid International Airport.

Swiss has appointed Sajid Abdul Kader as its station manager for King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh. Abdul Kader has worked with Swiss, and formerly with Swissair, since 1996. Prior to his new role, he was the deputy station manager in Jeddah, with responsibility for supervising of check-in, arrivals and departures, as well as ticketing and reservations.

“I had always wanted to work in the aviation field, and working with Swiss, is a dream come true. I am thoroughly enjoying my new responsibilities and look forward to continuing my career with Swiss,” said Abbul Kader.

Rolf Koller, Swiss’s area manager for Saudi Arabia added: “Swiss always looks to grow employees and develop their career paths. Sajid Abdul Kader has been with Swiss since its inception, almost three years ago, and has proved his capabilities and loyalty, in the implementation of new policies and service to our passengers.”

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