SilkAir yesterday promoted Chin Yau Seng to be the new CEO, replacing Mike Barclay who decided to retire from the airline. Chin will start the new position on March 26 and is currently the VP-planning and fuel for Singapore Airlines, of which SilkAir is a wholly owned subsidiary. Chin has worked for the Singapore Airlines Group since 1995 and has headed the planning and fuel department since 2004. "With SilkAir's recent order of 11 A320 family aircraft, as well as options for another ...

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