GE Aviation appoints Isam Moursy as MEA General Manager

GE Aviation appoints Isam Moursy as MEA General Manager
November 14, 2011 at 08:11am

Isam Moursy, General Manager at GE Aviation for Middle East and Africa (MEA) markets

GE Aviation has appointed Isam Moursy as General Manager for its Middle East and Africa (MEA) markets. A veteran of GE with over 20 years of experience, Moursy will focus on strengthening the aviation business of the company by building long-term strategic partnerships, training, service and localization.

According to David Joyce, President & Chief Executive Officer for GE Aviation, the aviation sector in the Middle East and Africa markets is witnessing phenomenal growth with investments to the tune of about US$100 billion, of which nearly US$86 billion are for expanding the aviation infrastructure in the Middle East alone.

In his new role, Moursy will drive the growth of GE Aviation in the MEA markets by developing and expanding customer relationships and long-term public and private partnerships across the region. He has a diverse background in general management, sales, service and engineering, and has worked as Pole Manager for GE Aviation in Africa.

Moursy was previously General Manager for GE’s Enterprise solutions in Middle East and Africa. He was leading the GE Healthcare business in Africa, and has spent 15 years in Energy in various commercial positions, including as Regional General Manager of GE Energy services. Moursy holds a B.S.c in Electrical Engineering from Cairo University, Egypt and a Masters degree in business administration from the American University in Cairo.

3 Comments

  1. Sharmeen says:

    Hi Isam Congratulations . It was wonderfull working with you and I am sure the Aviation team will enjoy it as well . Regards Sharmeen

  2. middleeast says:

    Thank you, Sharmeen!

  3. Hassan Alanazi says:

    Congratulation Mr. Isam, All the best. I am an electrical engineer with experience in oil and gas, solar power and customer service Waiting for a job since 2011 from GE

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