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ACI Asia Pacific Elects New President

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 Mr. Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad Abdul Majid, Managing Director of Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad has been elected as President of Airports Council International (ACI) Asia Pacific Region for a two-year terms.

Other members of the ACI Asia-Pacific Executive Committee have been elected as follows:

First Vice President: HH Prince Turki Faisal Al Saud, Vice President, International Organization Affairs, General Authority of Civil Aviation, Saudi Arabia

Second Vice President: Dong Zhiyi, Chairman, Beijing Capital International Airport Company Limited, China

Second Vice President: Kosaburo Morinaka, President & CEO, Narita International Airport Corporation, Japan

Secretary-Treasurer: Dennis Chant, Managing Director, Queensland Airports Limited

The newly elected Regional Board Directors are:

Russell Balding, AO, CEO, Sydney Airport Corporation Limited, Australia
PS Nair, CEO, Delhi Airport International Airport (P) Ltd, India
Serirat Prasutanond, President, Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited, Thailand
Robert Daniel Waloni, Executive Vice President of Commercial & Business Development, Angkasa Pura II, Indonesia

Mrs. Maggie Kwok, Regional Director of ACI Asia Pacific said, I wish to welcome the new members of the Executive Committee and the new members of the Regional Board. I truly look forward to work closely with the Board. I am sure the new board members will be bringing their wealth of experience to the board and together well be able to bring more value and quality services to our members.

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