Malaysia Airlines Berhad’s (MAB) new chief strategy officer (CSO) Bryan Foong is set to play a key role in guiding the next phase of the carrier’s restructuring efforts. Foong was appointed Aug. 1 in a move that represents his return to the airline; he was head of strategy in its previous incarnation from 2007 to 2011. Foong succeeds Philip See, who became CEO of MAB subsidiary airline Firefly. The new CSO will be “responsible for translating the … vision of the ...

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