AviationSIA makes several changes at the top

Ex-boss given parental leave to re-join Scoot

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Campbell Wilson returns to Scoot after a period working with SIA
Campbell Wilson returns to Scoot after a period working with SIA

SINGAPORE - Campbell Wilson is back in charge of Singapore Airlines’ fully owned, low-cost subsidiary, Scoot.

Wilson, who held the role of CEO of  Scoot from 2012 to 2016, then took on the role of acting SVP sales and marketing at parent company SIA.

His appointment is among several top management changes announced by Singapore Airlines.

Mak Swee Wah, executive vice president commercial, will assume the post of executive vice president operations. He will be responsible for SIA’s cabin crew, customer services and operations, engineering, and flight operations divisions.

Lee Lik Hsin, CEO Scoot, will return to SIA and be promoted to executive vice president commercial. He will be responsible for the cargo, customer experience, marketing planning, and sales and marketing divisions, as well as the sales regions.

Tan Kai Ping, senior vice president marketing planning, will be promoted to executive vice president finance and strategy. In his new role, he will oversee the corporate planning and finance divisions.

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