Strategic Meetings Summit London, 26 September,
September 29 2022, Kimpton Fitzroy London
Friday 30 September 2022, JW Marriott Grosvenor
GULF AIR is to gain a new president and chief executive later this year. Present incumbent Australian James Hogan, departing at the age of 50, joined the airline in May 2002 after 12 years with Hertz and latterly British Midland, returning Gulf to a profit two years later. The new president and chief executive is expected to be in place beforeMr Hogan leaves to ensure a smooth leadership transfer. James Hogan is particularly accredited with the ”Project Falcon” programme, which re-established Gulf Air as a major force in the Middle East.