Chief Executive Officer
The Chief Executive Officer of Arabian Airlines is Mahmoud A. Fadli. The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the overall management of the airline, and the CEO is the first and final authority in the company. The CEO is responsible for overseeing the airline’s growth and facilitating a profitable and safe business enterprise. Working closely with the operations staff, the CEO ensures that the airline meets all of the regional business regulations.
Chief Operations Officer
The Chief Operations Officer of Arabian Airlines is Karan Khanna. The Chief Operations Officer is directly responsible for all operations of the airline. The COO prepares operational plans, executes directives from the CEO regarding airline expansion, and is the airline’s second in command. The COO oversees all operational aspects of the airline and has wide discretion to implement operational programs to guarantee the airline is operating safely and efficiently in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
To Be Announced
Chief Financial Officer
The Chief Financial Officer provides both operational and programmatic support to the airline. The CFO supervises the finance unit and is the chief financial spokesperson for the organization. The CFO reports directly to the President/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and directly assists the Chief Operating Officer (COO) on all strategic and tactical matters as they relate to budget management, cost benefit analysis, forecasting needs and the securing of new funding.
Director of Human Resources
The Director of Human Resources of Arabian Airlines is Mostafa Salem. The Director of Human Resources plays a vital role in the day to day management of Arabian Airlines. Tasked with the responsibility of ensuring all NDAs are signed and filed, the Human Resources Director is the first line of legal defense for the airline.
Director of Technology
The Director of Technology of Arabian Airlines is Mohammed (Syam) Haque. The Director of Technology is responsible for maintaining the airline’s entire technical infrastructure, and works closely with the Executive Management team to grow the company through the use of technological resources. The Director of Technology will direct the airline’s IT department to attain the Airline’s goals established in the Airline’s strategic growth plan.
Director of Public Relations
This position is currently open. Public Relations are the heart and soul of an airline’s image. At Arabian Airlines, the Director of Public Relations is among the most important and demanding staff positions. Working closely with the airline’s CEO, the Director of Public Relations pushes the airline’s image out into the world and interacts with pilots and staff alike in keeping the airline’s high class profile intact.
A32S Chief Pilot
The Airbus A32S Chief Pilot of Arabian Airlines is Captain Daniel Desjardins. The A32S Chief Pilot is directly responsible for the technical operation of the A319, A320 and A321 fleet. Tasked with producing aircraft manuals, company aircraft minimums, and performance calculations, the A32S Chief Pilot works closely with the Chief Operations Officer to guarantee that the airline’s fleet successfully accomplishes each mission safely and reliable. The A32S Chief Pilot is also in charge of producing a list of minimum requirements for pilot operational conduct, including the administration of the A32S First Officer and A32S Captain (PIC) examinations.
The Project Developer of Arabian Airlines is Jakob Bohme. Arabian Airlines spends a large amount of its monetary resources investing in scenery development for the VATSIM Network. The Queen Alia International Airport scenery, funded by Arabian Airlines and developed in cooperation with VATSIM Jordan, falls under the direct responsibility of the Project Developer. Future projects include Aqaba International Airport (OJAQ).