The air at Gulf Air’s salmon-pink headquarters building in Muharraq was thick with speculation yesterday as rumours hit the market that airline President and CEO James Hogan had put in his resignation.
According to sources, Hogan is said to have resigned on Thursday night and will be moving to another top aviation industry post, “not necessarily in the region.”
However, Gulf Air’s public relations officials, when contacted by the Tribune, refused to confirm the news, calling it “speculation” at this stage.
“We consider this news pure speculation at this stage and as company policy we do not comment on speculation,” said the airline’s PR
consultant, David Baker, speaking from Dubai.
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