Yau takes over Dragonair

THE man who managed the successful implementation of Cathay Pacific’s new, innovative Hong Kong cargo handling terminal is the new chief executive of sister airline Dragonair.
Algernon Yau takes over at the carrier with effect from this summer. 
Since July 2011, he has been chief executive of Cathay Pacific Services, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Cathay that operates the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal at Hong Kong International Airport.
Patrick Yeung, the current chief executive of of Dragonair, is to become the group’s general manager for Taiwan and Korea, overseeing the business and operations of both Cathay Pacific and Dragonair in these two locations.
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