Christoph Mueller, who is now CEO of Aer Lingus, has been selected to helm Malaysia’s future national airline. Malaysia’s state investment fund, Khazanah Nasional, announced the decision on Dec. 5, following months of speculation regarding who may be hired to attempt the turn around of the airline. Mueller had previously been named as one of the candidates, but was in competition with internal executives. Mueller will replace Ahmad Jauhari Yahya on March 1, 2015, at the ...

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