The Gulf Air / EDS Change Control Board (CCB), which was established to monitor and control the changes to the airline’s network, and hard- and software, recently celebrated its first anniversary.
EDS Managing Director, Scott MacLaughlin (fourth from right) congratulated the group on its efforts.
“The team has come a long way. Everyone worked very hard to establish a quality IT change control program within Gulf Air,” said project leader, Judi Haire.
About Gulf Air
Gulf Air was founded in 1950. Today, it is owned by the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Sultanate of Oman and the United Arab Emirates, and is the only truly pan Gulf airline in the region. The airline’s network extends from Western Europe to Asia and covers 45 cities in 33 countries. The fleet is one of the most modern in the Middle East and comprises 33 aircraft.
The airline is in the second year of a three-year strategic recovery program, headed by President and Chief Executive, James Hogan. The airline’s aim is to further evolve by taking its renowned cultural strengths, which have been gained over more than half a century, into a global environment.