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Our Leadership

Paul Byrne, flynas CEO

Paul Byrne

Chief Executive Officer - flynas

Paul Byrne is the CEO of flynas, a position he took up in November 2014 following a three month term as Commercial Advisor to the airline. 

With a career spanning more than 35 years in the aviation industry, starting with Aer Lingus in 1979, Paul brings a wealth of wide-ranging experience to flynas, focused mainly on private consultancy in both the emerging low cost and full service airline sectors. 

Prior to acting as Commercial Advisor to flynas, Paul undertook short training assignments in Jeju Air Seoul South Korea and Precision Air in Tanzania. Before that he worked with the RM Team at Pegasus Airlines in Istanbul, Turkey, where through the use of a more analytical approach the team is now delivering increased revenues and consistently excellent results. 

Previously Paul completed two terms working with Airphil Express (now PAL) in Manila, Philippines, where the focus is on delivering stronger more sustainable results. His contribution to Airphil’s success led to enhanced and more professional RM practices in the current Philippines Airlines (PAL). 

From April 2010 to May 2011, Paul worked as coach to the newly installed RM team at VIVA Aerobus in Monterrey, Mexico, achieving record levels of sales and yield. In this period there was also a brief training assignment with Webjet of Brazil to enable the RM team make the transition to the LCC model. 

Other assignments include Aero Contractors of Nigeria, where from March 2009 to April 2010 he led a team that developed revenue management, online sales, ancillary sales and onboard sales. From June to December 2007, Paul worked with Mandala Airlines in Jakarta Indonesia and prior to that with Air Deccan where the company went from 3% to 22% market share of the Domestic India market and ultimate takeover by Kingfisher Airlines. 

At the start of his aviation career with Aer Lingus, Paul held a large number of roles ranging from the cargo and passenger revenue accounts departments to interline billing and revenue management departments. 

Educated at Chanel College, Coolock, Dubin, Ireland, Paul holds an MBA from the Open University. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Independent Business International (IIBI) and was its first Chairman in Ireland.

Sulaiman Al-Hamdan

Chief Executive Officer - NAS Holding

Sulaiman Al-Hamdan brings an enviable mix of deep local knowledge and a broad international outlook to his role as CEO of Nas Holding.

A Saudi National, Al-Hamdan is one of the Kingdom’s most respected senior executives, having built a long career in the country’s banking sector. Al-Hamdan was the former Deputy Managing Director of the major Saudi banking giant, Saudi British Bank (SABB), where he was responsible for all customer facing departments, including Corporate and Commercial Banking, private banking, brand network and institutional banking.

Al-Hamdan previous work with the Saudi Fund for Development and success with the HR and Personal Banking arms at SABB have ensured an approach that is well grounded in local realities while being shaped by a worldly, cosmopolitan vision, making him the perfect man to transform Nas Holding into a modern and globally competitive aviation company.

Al-Hamdan moved into his current role as CEO of NAS Holding in 2008, and has led the company through a defining period in Saudi aviation history. He has been responsible for merging all subsidiaries flynas, NasJet, NASTECH and NAS Charter Aviation under one umbrella. Al-Hamdan holds a Master of Business Administration with a concentration on two majors: Management & Organisation, and Marketing from the University of New Haven, Connecticut, USA.