Garuda Indonesia will join the handful of major Southeast Asian airlines that will start 2015 with a new CEO, as it named the head of its low-cost subsidiary to take over the top job. Arif Wibowo, a well-known airline executive who is CEO of Citilink, will assume the leadership of Garuda. He will replace longstanding Garuda president and CEO Emirsyah Satar, who resigned Dec. 8. Satar had previously announced that he would be stepping down. Malaysia Airlines this month named Aer Lingus head ...

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