Singapore Airlines appoints new GM

Singapore Airlines appoints new GM
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Singapore Airlines has appointed David Lim as the new General Manager for its Indian operations. He will be taking over from his predecessor David Lau effective April 3, 2016. Lim will be overseeing all India operations of Singapore Airlines. 

Singapore Airlines has appointed David Lim as the new General Manager for its Indian operations. He will be taking over from his predecessor David Lau effective April 3, 2016. Lim will be overseeing all India operations of Singapore Airlines.

Lim, a Singaporean, began his career at Singapore Airlines in 1988 after graduation from the National University of Singapore. With over 27 years of experience with the company, he has worked in various capacities within passenger and cargo service operations. His overseas assignments span across Berlin, London, Copenhagen, Zurich, Hong Kong and more recently Tokyo.

David Lau, the outgoing General Manager India, will move to Tokyo as General Manager for Japan operations. Singapore Airlines started operations to India in 1970, with the launch of services to Chennai. It currently operates 51 weekly flights from six cities in India.

SilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines, is a full-service airline that currently operates 41 weekly flights from eight cities in India. Singapore Airlines and SilkAir combined schedule feature 92 weekly flights from 11 cities in the country.

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