Aimen Al Hosni | Chief Executive Officer
Oman Airports

Aimen Al Hosni, Chief Executive Officer, Oman Airports

Aimen Al Hosni is a visionary and well recognized personality in the aviation and travel industry across the globe. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Oman Airports, Transom Ground Handling and Cargo SATS. Aimen Al Hosni had a major contribution in leading the historical transition and airport opening of Muscat, Salalah, Duqm and Sohar airports within only three years from 2015 to 2018.

Under his leadership, Oman Airports transformed into one of the world’s leading airport operators managing 7 airports in Oman. Oman Airports is providing an exceptional travel experience reflecting Omani hospitality resulting in passengers recognizing Muscat Airport to be the “Most improved Airport in 2018 and 2019 in Middle East by the Airport Council International and Salalah Airport being rated the first 5-Star Regional Airport in the Middle East by Skytrax.

In November 2021, Aimen Al Hosni was voted as the Chairman of the Airport Council International World Governing Board, which came in effect in January 2022 for a two years term. He is as well member and advisor of the ACI Asia Pacific Regional Board which has the mission to promote and maximize the strategic position of airports within the aviation industry enabling sustainable growth in the Asia-Pacific region.

In addition to his current role at Oman Airports, Aimen Al Hosni holds also executive positions in numerous international companies. He is currently board member of Omantel Telecommunication, Chairman of Oman National Investment & Engineering and Chairman of Oman Cargo Sats.


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last published: 15/Aug/22 09:25 GMT

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