Hong Kong Airlines (HKA) has appointed ex-director Zhong Guosong as its new chairman as a move intended to turn around the company’s fortunes. Guosong will hold around 27% of the company, while Chinese private equity firm Frontier Investment Partner holds around 34% and 29% is held by HKA. It has been revealed that two controlling shareholders have appointed a group of directors including Zhong. In a statement, Hong Kong Airlines said: “The recent dispute among the company’s shareholders has seriously disrupted the order and operation of our office. As a result, we had to hire third-party security personnel and lawyers
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