TIGER Airways Singapore has kicked-off a recruitment drive to find a replacement for managing director, Stewart Adams, who will be leaving at the end of the year to pursue personal interests.
Adams, previously the managing director of British Midland Airways Regional, took over from Rosalynn Tay as Tiger Airways Singapore chief in January 2011.
“Stewart joined Tiger Singapore at an important stage in its growth,” said Tiger Airways group CEO, Chin Yau Seng, who will also be stepping down to make way for Koay Peng Yen on August 10 (TTG Asia e-Daily, July 6, 2012).
“Since then, (Adams) has led his team through one of its most difficult periods, strengthened the airline’s operations and brought it back on track to achieving profitable growth.”
Adams said: “My immediate focus is on achieving a successful and smooth relocation of Tiger Singapore’s operations from the Budget Terminal to Changi Airport Terminal 2 come September 25. I will also ensure that there will be a seamless transition to the incoming MD.”