The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) has confirmed the latest appointments to its governing board of executive directors during a recent board meeting in Orlando, Florida. Ali Alnaqbi, founder and chairman of the Middle East and North Africa Business Aviation Association, will serve as chairman of the IBAC governing board for a second term; Juergen Wiese, chairman of the European Business Aviation Association, will serve for a second term as vice chairman; and Cynthia De Oliveira, managing operations director at Lider Aviação and member of the Brazilian Association of General Aviation, will assume the role as treasurer from Sudhir Nayak of the Business Aircraft Operators Association of India.

“We continue IBAC governance with board executives that represent the global business aviation industry, said IBAC director general Kurt Edwards. I appreciate Ali Alnaqbi and Juergen Wiesefor continuing their leadership roles on the governing board. Many thanks to Sudhir Nayak for his contributions over the last several years and his dedication to business aviation. IBAC welcomes Cynthia De Oliveira as the incoming treasurer and looks forward to working with her and the entire board over the next three-year term to meet the needs of a vibrant and growing industry.”

IBAC was established in 1981 and serves as an international voice for the business aviation community. Its governing board includes representatives from each of its 15 member associations across the globe.


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