Hawaiian Airlines Promotes Randy Medeiros to Senior Director - North America Stations

HONOLULU – Hawaiian Airlines has promoted Randy Medeiros to senior director - North America stations. In his new role, Medeiros will lead and direct all airport customer service operations at the airline’s 11 North American gateway cities. He fills a position that was previously held by Linda Srabian, who was recently promoted to managing director - Honolulu hub.

“Randy has done outstanding work in his many years with us and this promotion recognizes his efforts,” said Louis Saint-Cyr, Hawaiian Airlines vice president - customer service. “His excellent operational and customer service skills will help him lead our 11 North American stations as we continue our growth on the U.S. Mainland.”

Medeiros first joined Hawaiian Airlines as a ramp agent in 1974 and has 40 years of experience working in airline operations. During his tenure, he held several positions within the organization, including assistant station manager and senior ramp manager at the airline’s Honolulu hub. For the past 12 years, he served as Hawaiian Airlines’ station manager at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport. He also assisted the airline’s station staff in Maui, Kaua‘i and San Diego with safeguarding top operational performance and providing quality customer service.

Medeiros was born and raised in Līhu‘e, Kaua‘i and graduated from Kaua‘i High School.

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