Cathay Pacific appoints long-serving executive Ronald Lam as next CEO – ET TravelWorld

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Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd said that long-serving executive Ronald Lam would take over as Chief Executive from January 1, with current boss Augustus Tang set to retire, as the pandemic-hit airline rebuilds capacity.

The specific arrangements will allow inbound tour group travellers who are received by licensed travel agents and have pre-registered their itineraries to enter designated tourist attractions and dine in designated catering premises. The government will also explore the permissibility of allowing such travellers to undergo fewer nucleic acid tests while balancing the epidemic risks.

Lam, 50, who joined Cathay in 1996, was previously the airline’s Chief Customer and Commercial Officer and viewed by analysts as the most likely successor to Tang, 64, at an airline where the Chief Executive’s tenure is usually around three years.

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