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Gulf Air appoints New Vice President Information Technology

Travel News Asia Friday, 2 June 2006

Gulf Air has appointed Pauric Doyle as its new Vice President Information Technology.

Mr Doyle, who has more than 20 years of IT experience in the airline industry, will take over his new post in August 2006.

In his new position he is hoping to provide new thrust to Gulf Air's IT infrastructure through his strong technical background and commercial acumen gained over the years.

Rising from the ranks of Air Lingus, Dublin, where he joined as a senior programmer and worked in various capacities, Mr Doyle moved to the Emirates Group, Dubai in 1998 as senior IS Manager, where he is now VP Technology Services. 

Coming originally from an application development background he has progressed rapidly to a senior management level, amassing skills in software development, business analysis, project and programme management, all of which has involved managing large teams of both technical and business staff.

Mr Doyle has vast experience in planning, implementing and delivering successfully a sophisticated and complex IT portfolio.

During his tenure with the Emirates Group Mr Doyle introduced major changes and upgrades to the organisation's IT infrastructure, which resulted in significant cost savings to the airline.

Hailing from Ireland, Mr Doyle has a bachelor degree in Economics and French from University College, Galway and a graduate diploma in Applied Computing from University of Limerick. He has also studied for his MBA at University College, Dublin.

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