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Dunkerley signs new contract with Hawaiian

written by | May 28, 2010

Hawaiian Airlines CEO Mark Dunkerley has signed a three year contract extension which will see him continue to work with the airline while it undergoes a major fleet renewal program.

Dunkerley joined Hawaiian in 2003 as the company’s chief operating officer, and has overseen the airline through the collapse of its rival Aloha Airlines, and most recently set forward plans to transition to an Airbus widebody fleet, with the first A330-200 recently arriving at the airline’s Honolulu headquarters recently.

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