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Gov’t names new Airport Authority chairman

He will succeed Jack So.

The government has named Airport Authority CEO Fred Lam as the body's new chairman. He will succeed Jack So, who has led the Airport Authority Hong Kong since 2015. 

Secretary for Transport and Logistics Lam Sai-hung acknowledged So for his contribution to leading the authority over the past nine years, specifically his role in major areas such as the planning and construction of the three-runway system, the development of Airport City, the expansion of intermodal transport networks, and the enhancement of air services.

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Before this development, Lam was part of various government advisory and statutory bodies. 

Aside from Lam, the government appointed Dorothy Chan, Ann Kung Yeung, and Perry Yiu and reappointed Sabrina Chao and Edwin Tong as board members.

The newly-appointed officials will serve for three years starting 1 June.

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