Hawaiian Airlines Names New VP of Customer Service

Hawaiian Airlines has appointed Louis Saint-Cyr to the position of vice president of customer services.

Saint-Cyr has served as Hawaiian’s vice president of inflight services since May 2004. In his new role, Saint-Cyr has management responsibility for the company’s largest employee group and the growth of Hawaiian’s airport operations system-wide.

Prior to joining Hawaiian, Saint-Cyr held senior-level positions managing various aspects of inflight services for Air Canada from 1998-2004.

A native of Ottawa, Saint-Cyr graduated from the University of Concordia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science, before earning a Masters of Science degree in industrial relations from the University of Quebec.

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