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A senior Hokkaido Prefectural Government official was tapped Wednesday to become the next president of the troubled domestic carrier Hokkaido International Airlines, commonly known as Air Do.

Michimasu Ishiko, 60, is currently in charge of watching over Hokkaido’s public corporations. His appointment is expected to be finalized by the Air Do board at a shareholders’ meeting in mid-February.

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