Search for Emirates chief narrows

October 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;10/13/2006, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the slim chance of Gulf Air general manager for Australia Cramer Ball to replace retiring Emirates Airlines chief Eddie Lim. Other possible replacements include Barry Brown, chief commercial officer of Colombo-based Sri Lankan Airlines, and Steven Pearse, United Airlines country manager for Australia.


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