RoyalJet names Mohammed Husain Ahmed as new CEO

posted on 17th August 2022 by Eddie Saunders
RoyalJet names Mohammed Husain Ahmed as new CEO

RoyalJet has announced the appointment of Mr. Mohammed Husain Ahmed as the new CEO.

Mohammed brings with him a considerable experience in the aviation industry with more than 25 years of experience across both the government and the private sectors in the UAE.

A committed leader with strong, proven management and organizational skills fostered in a military and civilian environment, he is an accomplished aviation expert with a solid history of achievement in the industry.

“We are delighted to have Mohammed join RoyalJet as CEO,” said His Excellency Sheikh Mohammed Bin Hamad Bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, Chairman of RoyalJet.

“RoyalJet’s role in the UAE economy and regional aviation sector is well known and with Mohammed ’s expertise and experience, we are at the dawn of another era of success and brilliance.”

Prior to joining RoyalJet, Mohammed served as the General Manager of Abu Dhabi Airports, overseeing the planning, implementation and evaluation of the organization’s programs and services.

He also supported in the development of a vision and strategic plan to guide the organization ensuring that it meets the expectations of its clients, board, and founders.

Previously Mohammed worked at Global Aerospace Logistics (GAL) for almost 12 years, where he served as the Vice President for Commercial and Government Affairs in the final phase of his service at the organization.

Mohammed hold an international license in Air Traffic Control operations from the Airways Corporation of New Zealand.

With an eye for detail, and a far-reaching vision, Mohammed is a confident trainer, coach and mentor with the ability to deliver operational excellence and high standards of performance against operational and organizational goals and targets.

“I am absolutely thrilled to be part of this pioneering and visionary organization and look forward to driving RoyalJet to greater growth and success,” Mohammed said.