Asia Pacific Airlines president retires, VP to succeed

BY LARA OZAKI

Journal Staff

Robert S. Walker, who has served as general manager and president of Asia Pacific Airlines, a Tan Holdings company, will retire this month after 49 years in the cargo industry. Adam Ferguson, vice president, will succeed him as president from July 1.

Walker joined Asia Pacific Airlines in March 1998 as general manager, after Tan Holdings Group acquired an aircraft to move tuna from Micronesia for connection at Guam and launched Aero Micronesia Inc., to do business as Asia Pacific Airlines.

“Through the next 19 years, we have expanded from one B727-200 . . .

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