Malaysia Airlines CEO quits early

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The German picked last year to turn around Malaysia's ailing flag carrier will quit as CEO in September before the end of his three-year contract, the airline said Tuesday.

Christoph Mueller, Malaysia Airlines' first foreign boss, had previously initiated a rescue plan at Ireland's Aer Lingus that involved hefty job cuts.

"I am proud of what we have achieved as a team in such a short time and that the hard work of all of our employees is already showing the first signs of success," he said in a statement issued by Malaysia Airlines.

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