SkyJet Airlines Appoints Its New Chief Executive Officer

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SkyJet Airlines Appoints Patrick Tan As New Chief Executive Officer

SkyJet Airlines, known as the Philippines’ Boutique Airline, recently shared a good news for everyone. SKYJET announced the appointment of Patrick Tan as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Patrick Tan New CEO of Skyjet Airlines
Patrick Tan New CEO of Skyjet Airlines

Patrick Tan is an aviation veteran. His impressive record includes being the President and Chief Operations Officer (COO) of SEAIR International and President and CEO of Tiger Airways Philippines. He was also the Vice President of Commercial Concurrent, VP Operations and later on CEO of SEAIR, Inc. He was also responsible for the growing SEAIR revenues from P200 million per year to a staggering P4 billion per year.

Tan was also the Vice President for External Affairs and Trustee of Boracay Foundation Inc., an influential business group for the conservation of the famous island and summer destination. Currently, he is holding the title as the President of National Athletic Committee (NAC) Philippines which builds up and introduce the sport of bodybuilding in the country to many people.

He also serves as the consultant to the board of the Flying Medical Samaritans and is one of the sailing members of the Manila Yacht Club. A certified private pilot, Tan is also a member of the Aircraft Owners and Pilot’s Association (AOPA – Philippines).

The new SkyJet Airlines CEO earned his Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics from the Ateneo de Manila University. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major in Marketing, diploma from the De La Salle University.

For his new position as the CEO of SkyJet Airlines, he will now lead the boutique airline as it seeks to grow its brand, to expands its current operations and to build new markets internationally.

Skyjet Airlines
Skyjet Airlines

Today, SkyJet Airlines have multiple flights a day and direct from Manila to Coron, Siargao, and Batanes with its fleet of 80 and 92 seaters British Aerospace Jets, also known as the official aircraft of Queen Elizabeth and the British Royal Family. To know more about the airlines, visit

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