Aloha Air Cargo appoints director of safety

By Rebecca Jeffrey

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Hawaiian Islands-based Aloha Air Cargo has appointed Randy Medina as director of safety.

Medina previously worked as a quality assurance auditor with the airline from August 2010 until June 2014, and again from June 2019 – continuing alongside his present role.

In the past he has also worked in operations roles for Hawaiian Airlines and Island Air.

Aloha Air Cargo operates a Boeing 767 and Boeing 737 fleet to ship time-sensitive products safely into and throughout the Hawaiian Islands.

With regular flights six days a week, Aloha services major airport destinations within the State of Hawaii, including Honolulu, Kahului, Lihue, Hilo, and Kona, as well as locations in Los Angeles and Seattle. 

Aloha Air Cargo is part of the Northern Aviation Services, LLC Family of Companies

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