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Abubakar Dahiru Mangal named Max Air CEO

Management of Max Air Limited has approved the appointment of Alhaji Abubakar Dahiru Mangal as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Company. The…

Management of Max Air Limited has approved the appointment of Alhaji Abubakar Dahiru Mangal as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Company.

The announcement was contained in a statement by the management on Monday.

 Alhaji Abubakar was appointed as the CEO to fill in the vacuum the death of his Uncle Alhaji Bashir Barau Mangal had created.

Until his new appointment as CEO Abubakar has been the Deputy Director of Finance of the Airline.

He holds BA. Economics from the American University of Nigeria Yola, MSc International Business Salford University, Manchester UK, MBA Finance and Investment Bayero University Kano (BUK) and currently pursuing his Doctorate degree in business Administration at Apollos University in the United States of America USA.

The statement reads “The management of Max Air is optimistic that the new CEO will bring his wealth of experience in the Aviation Industry to boost the growth of the Company, focus on delivering exceptional customer service and expand
the global reach of the Airline.

“We look forward to Alhaji Abubakar’s leadership in driving the Airline’s growth and success” Max Air has been a leading Airline in Nigeria. Apart from dominating the domestic air operations in the country the airline also plays a very important role in annual hajj airlift by getting the highest number of seats of Nigerian pilgrims, similarly max air airlift pilgrims to Saudi Arabia from other West African Countries.

“Max Air which is also a global charter Airline was recently involved in the evacuation of Nigerians from Libya, Ukraine and other countries of the world.”

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