HCMC – Phan Dinh Tue, former deputy CEO of Sacombank, has been chosen as chairman of Bamboo Airways in the 2023-2028 term.
The privately-held airline issued a resolution on February 5 to pick Tue as the chairman of the Board of Directors (BOD). This leadership change is part of the airline’s strategy to meet new development goals and expedite its restructuring process.
Tue initially joined Bamboo Airways as a BOD member in June 2023 and later served as the BOD vice chairman. He had served as deputy CEO at Sacombank since 2012 but remains a board member at Sacombank.
Bamboo Airways has recently undergone a leadership reshuffle. Its former chairman, Le Thai Sam, now serves as vice chairman of Bamboo Airways, with a 50% stake.
The current BOD of Bamboo Airways has five members: Phan Dinh Tue as chairman, Le Thai Sam and Le Ba Nguyen as vice chairmen, and Nguyen Ngoc Trong and Le Thi Truc Quynh as members.
The airline aims to break even by 2025. In the 2026-2028 period, it plans to expand its domestic and international flight networks by increasing its fleet from 30 to 50 aircraft.