Captain Nasser started his career with Gulf Air in 1988 as a cadet pilot, following his training in Oxford, UK. In 1989 he returned to Bahrain and commenced flying duties on the B737.
He moved to the Airbus fleet in 1992 and progressively worked his way up through the ranks spending time as A320 First Officer, A320 Captain, A320 Training Captain and A320 Designated Examiner.
Captain Nasser took on his first management role as Assistant Chief Pilot in February 2002, and went on to become Manager A320 Fleet Training, Chief Pilot A320 Fleet, Acting Head of Flight Operations, Acting Vice President Flight Operations and then Chief Pilot.
In November 2008 he became Director of Flight Operations and has recently taken over as Chief Operating Officer.
During his tenure with Gulf Air, Captain Nasser has attended several specialist management training courses and currently holds a valid license to operate on the Airbus A330/A340.
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