Hawaiian Airlines hiring in anticipation of new aircraft, flights

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Hawaiian Airlines is gearing up for a major hiring push.

The company tells us it’s hiring pilots, mechanics, and flight attendants.

It helps if flight attendant applicants can speak and read Japanese, Korean, Cantonese, or Mandarin.

“Whether you’re a flight attendant, a mechanic, or a pilot, Hawaiian is a really fast-paced industry. It’s exciting,” said Alex Da Silva, external communications, Hawaiian Airlines. “We’re always announcing new routes, new products, new initiatives.”

“We have an amazing legacy of flight attendants at Hawaiian who I would say are the best in the industry,” said Robin Sparling, vice president of in-flight. “They take care of our guests in a way that no one else does. We’re looking for candidates who can continue that legacy.”

The airline is getting ready for the arrival of a new A330 aircraft as well as a new fleet of A321neos which will add more flights to the West Coast.

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