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Etihad Appoints Pakistan Country Manager

Etihad Airways issued a press statement on Friday announcing the appointment of Amer Khan as the Pakistan country manger. Khan is based in Karachi and will be responsible for managing all of Etihad Airway’s operations in Pakistan. Previously Khan worked eight years for American Airlines as Regional Manager for the Middle East and Pakistan. Prior to that, he was employed by South African Airways as Business Development Manager. Etihad Airway’s 23 flights a week to Pakistan include daily flights to Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad and twice weekly fights to Peshawar.

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