Tag: Women in Aviation

The Wāhine Who Work Hawaiian Air Cargo
Since Hawaiian Airlines became the first to take scheduled cargo service to the skies in 1942, its business – and worker demographic – continuously evolved to meet the needs of the time. As women’s entry into the workforce increased over the decades,...
‘She’s the Kind of Captain I Hope To Be One Day’: Captain Kendall ‘Kiki’ Culler Retires After 38 Years of Service
Capt. Kendall "Kiki" Culler spent much of her childhood with her face pressed against the backseat window of her father’s Apache twin-engine aircraft, watching life, time and the Hawaiian Islands pass below. She grew up in and around planes, setting the stage for an exciting career that included a 38-year stint as one of Hawaiian Airlines’ most celebrated pilots.
Honoring the Women who Paved the Way
When Mae Krier and Marian Wynn, both 95, arrived at our Honolulu maintenance hangar to speak to members of our Women in Aviation employee resource group and other female mechanics and engineers, they were also observing 80 years since their lives...