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Lim Kim Hai
Executive Chairman

Lim Kim Hai started his career as a Defence Engineer specialising in underwater warfare. After ten years he left to start his own business. Currently, he has a portfolio of investment and business interests in diverse sectors and countries. He is also the Chairman of a biomedical company in Singapore, Lynk Biotechnologies Pte Ltd.

Mr Lim obtained his Masters in Electronics Engineering from the prestigious 'Grande Ecoles' engineering colleges in France where he was awarded a French Government scholarship. He later returned to France to complete a Masters of Public Administration at the elite Ecole Nationale d'Administration in Paris on a Singapore Government scholarship. Mr Lim also holds a Masters of Business Administration from the National University of Singapore.

Mr Lim was one of the founding shareholders and directors of Rex in August 2002. He has been the Executive Chairman of the Rex Group of companies since July 2003.

  The Hon. John Sharp AM
Deputy Chairman and Independent Director

The Honourable John Sharp AM is an aviator, having been a licensed pilot of both fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft. Mr Sharp was a member of the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth Parliament for 14 years (1984 – 1998). He retired from the House of Representatives in 1998 and established his own high-level aviation and transport consulting company. Mr Sharp is a former Chairman of the Aviation Safety Foundation of Australia. In 2001, he became a director of Airbus Group, Australia Pacific, a position he retired from in June 2015. He has retired as Chairman of the Parsons Brinkerhoff Advisory Board, an engineering and design company operating throughout Australia and the region. He is Chairman of Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd and is also a director of Power and Data Corporation Pty Limited and a director of Lurssen Australia and a director of the Australian Maritime Shipbuilding Export Group.

Mr Sharp is a Trustee and Board Member of John McKeown House. He was Honorary Federal Treasurer, National Party of Australia from 1999 to 2017 and has retired as Chairman of Winifred West Schools Foundation. He has been a member of the University of Wollongong Vice Chancellor’s Advisory Board. He is also currently a director of the Tudor House Foundation. Mr Sharp was appointed a director of the Flight Safety Foundation following his receipt of the Foundation’s Presidential Citation for Aviation Safety, the first Australian to receive this award. He has been a director of the French, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Co-Chair of the Cancer Council of NSW Southern Highlands Branch. He is currently a director of the Climate Change Authority. Mr Sharp is a director of the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal, (FRRR), having joined the board in 2019.

Mr Sharp was named a Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to the people and Parliament of Australia, to the aviation industry, and the community during Queen’s Birthday Honours in June 2018.


Lee Thian Soo
Non-Executive Director

Lee Thian Soo has extensive international business experience and currently is the Chairman and owner of a company supplying specialty medical devices, systems and drugs to healthcare institutions in the ASEAN region.

Mr Lee was one of the founding shareholders and directors of Rex in August 2002.


James Davis
Independent Director

James Davis has a degree in Aeronautical Engineering and commenced his aviation career with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) before obtaining his Air Transport Pilot Licence. He subsequently flew with airlines in Australia and overseas for 26 years, accumulating some 12,500 flying hours. Mr Davis joined Hazelton Airlines in 1999 as Flight Operations and Standards Manager and later became Chief Pilot. He has been with Rex since its inception in 2002, occupying the positions of Executive General Manager Operations, Managing Director Operations, Chief of Staff of the Chairman's Office and Managing Director. Mr Davis is a former Chairman of the Australian Airline Pilot Academy Pty Ltd (AAPA) and a former Director of Rex Group company Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd. He is currently Chairman of the Regional Aviation Association of Australia (RAAA) and sits on the board of Airports Coordination Australia (ACA) Pty Ltd.


Professor Ronald Bartsch AM
Independent Director

Professor Bartsch has over 40 years’ experience in the aviation industry in a variety of senior operational, safety and regulatory roles. He was head of safety and regulatory compliance for Qantas Airways Limited’s AOC and manager of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Sydney Airline Transport Field Office.

Professor Bartsch is an experienced pilot and has extensive legal and regulatory experience. He has formal qualifications in law, education, philosophy and science, and is the author of the definitive legal textbook on aviation law. Professor Bartsch is an international aviation safety consultant and visiting Professor of International Aviation Law at the University of South Pacific and the College of Law at the Australian National University and a Senior Visiting Fellow with the School of Aviation at the University of New South Wales and the College of Law at the Australian National University. He is a former aviation specialist and Presiding Member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and author of several publications including Aviation Law in Australia, International Aviation Law and Drones in Society and contributing aviation author for The Laws of Australia. Ron's latest publication, The Corona Dilemma: 20-20 Thinking for the Next Normal, will be released in 2020. 


Lincoln Pan
Non-Executive Director

Lincoln Pan is a Partner of PAG Asia Capital, a leading Asia-based private equity fund managing over US$12bn in capital, and a member of the fund’s Investment Review Committee. Lincoln works closely with many of PAG’s overseas investments, including Craveable Brands, Joyson Safety Systems, Cushman & Wakefield, Lexmark International, Home Credit China, Fenix Technologies, Food Union Group, The Cheesecake Shop and Young Toys. He is on the public board of Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK) where he chairs the Nomination & Governance Committee and is a member of the Compensation Committee. Prior to joining PAG, Lincoln was Regional CEO, Greater China for Willis Towers Watson, managing multiple business divisions and geographies. He previously worked with Advantage Partners, the leading private equity firm in Japan. He has also worked with GE Capital, McKinsey & Company and Simpson Thacher & Bartlett. Lincoln holds a JD from Harvard Law School and a BA from Williams College. He has previously qualified to practice law in the State of New York.

Mr Lincoln Pan joined Rex Airlines on the 31st March 2021.