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Monday, 2 July 2018

EgyptAir gets new boss; Abbas Kamel sworn in as intelligence chief

MOVES- Civil aviation minister appoints new heads of EgyptAir, EHCAAN, Cairo Airport Company: Civil Aviation Minister Younes El Masry tapped Ahmed Adel as acting EgyptAir Chairman. Adel, who most recently served as deputy chairman at the national carrier, replaces outgoing chairman Safwat Musallam. El Masry also appointed Tarek Fawzy as head of the Egyptian Holding Company for Airports and Air Navigation, succeeding Mohamed Salam El Moselhy. Ahmed Abdelazim has also been selected as the new chairman of the Cairo Airport Company, replacing Magdy Ishak.

MOVES- Abbas Kamel was sworn in on Thursday as head of the General Intelligence Service, according to an Ittihadiya statement. Kamel had been acting chief since replacing Khaled Fawzi in January.

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