Hawaiian Air recruiting at Kona airport
Hawaiian Airlines said Tuesday it is seeking candidates who speak Japanese or English for customer and ramp service contract positions at Kona International Airport.
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Hawaiian Airlines said Tuesday it is seeking candidates who speak Japanese or English for customer and ramp service contract positions at Kona International Airport. Contract workers serve as Hawaiian employees who provide services to other airlines.
Customer service agents are responsible for checking in and boarding passengers, cleaning aircraft and handling baggage, cargo and mail. Ramp service employees load and unload cargo and baggage, pick up and deliver cargo, and clean aircraft baggage areas, among other duties.
Interested candidates should visit hawaiianairlines.com/careers.
The application deadline is June 21. On-site interviews will be in Kona on June 29.
Hawaiian began thrice-weekly nonstop flights in December between Haneda International Airport in Tokyo and Kona. Japan Airlines, which ceased service between Tokyo and Kona in October 2010, announced last month it will launch daily, nonstop service between Narita International Airport in Tokyo and Kona on Sept. 15.
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