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KAC participates in 10th ‘British Trade Exhibition’

Yousef Al-Jassem, former KAC president Sami Al-Nusif with Ahmed Al-Jarallah and other guests at the Kuwaiti pavilion

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 28: Kuwait Airways Corporation (KAC) participated in the 10th British Trade Exhibition which is being held in Sheraton Hotel, Kuwait. According to a press release, the exhibition is being held under the auspices and in the presence of His Highness Sheikh Nasser Al-Mohammad Al-Sabah, as well as in the presence of the British Ambassador to Kuwait Michael Davenport.

KAC has its own pavilion at the exhibition where it showcases the latest services offered to its customers. The three-day exhibition is being held in light of the celebration of 120-year Kuwait-Britain friendship and solid relations, which is characterized by the constant cooperation and development in various fields.

Also present at the exhibition was the Chairperson of the Board of Directors of KAC Yousef Abdul Hamid Al-Jassem, Assistant Chief Executive Officer of KAC Customer Service Fawzi Khorshid, and Editor-in-Chief of Arab Times and Al-Seyassah newspapers Ahmed Al-Jarallah.

Meanwhile, Kuwait Airways Corporation (KAC) denied the information being circulated that claim State Minister for Economic Affairs and Acting Minister of Finance Mariam Al-Aqeel fired a number of employees of KAC, and appointed others.

In a press release, KAC insisted that none of the employees, pilots or engineers have been fired, clarifying that these tasks are part of the duties of the Board of Directors, which currently does not plan to end the services of any of pilots, engineers or employees. The KAC Board of Directors affirmed its commitment to preserve its employees’ job security, and deal with all the employees in line with the relevant laws and provisions

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