HK Express has appointed new president

HK Express has appointed a new President, Li Dianchun, who was previously chief commercial officer of Hong Kong Airlines.

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HK Express has announced its latest appointment of Li Dianchun as President of HK Express, with immediate effect.


In his role as President, Li is responsible for leading the day-to-day management of HK Express.  Li will also work closely with Zhong Guosong, Executive Chairman, to develop and determine strategies and policies for the airline’s business and operations.


Among the priorities for Li in his new role is strengthening communication between staff and management, as well as enhancing management efficiency and operational stability. Under Li’s leadership, HK Express will continue its mission to serve the Hong Kong public with value-based travel and service quality, in its unique role as the only low-cost carrier based in the territory.


Li brings substantial experience in the aviation industry to this role, having worked in a variety of senior positions in network planning, market operations and management for 20 years. Prior to joining HK Express, Li was the Chief Commercial Officer of Hong Kong Airlines.



About HK Express

Independent flight statistic monitoring website has recognized HK Express for its top On-Time Performance (OTP) rate. The airline has become a leader in the Hong Kong aviation industry by concentrating on best-in-class on-time performance and safety while revolutionizing air travel throughout the Asia market. The airline also received a “7-star safety rating” – the highest ranking possible, as well as recognition from, an independent, industry-respected research group, for being one of the world’s 10 safest low cost carriers. HK Express flies to 28 of the most popular destinations in Asia. It is expected to launch the routes of Kumamoto in Japan (16 November 2017). With its fast-growing fleet and enticing number of destinations, HK Express has flown over 9 million guests since converting to an LCC – a major achievement that attests to the popularity of the airline. HK Express is also one of the founder airlines of the world’s first LCC alliance, U-FLY Alliance, and is a partner member of reward-U as well as U-FLY Holidays.

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