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SOURCE Hawkair Aviation
TERRACE, BC, Oct. 11, 2013 /CNW/ - Hawkair is proud to announce the
formation of its Women in Leadership Executive Development Program that
supports the development of women in leadership roles within Hawkair.
"This program combines three causes that we're extremely passionate
about; women in aviation, women in leadership and continuing education"
said Jay Dilley President of Hawkair. "We are grooming the next
generation of Executives and are proud to be part of changing the
The program is open to women in leadership roles or being considered for
leadership roles within Hawkair who have been nominated and have
accepted to be part of this rigorous 24-Month program. Those selected
for the program will focus on developing their own leadership style and
preparing for various leadership roles within the organisation.
Through being paired with a mentor from outside of the organisation,
participating in conferences, taking academic courses uniquely crafted
for their situation and taking on leadership assignments the program
participant gains valuable exposure to all areas of the business
through theoretical and practical experiences.
Hawkair operates a fleet of four DeHavilland Dash-8 aircraft with
seating capacity from 37 to 50 passengers. Its route network includes
four cities, including Terrace-Kitimat, Prince Rupert, Smithers and
Vancouver. All aircraft offer passengers the highest level of comfort,
with onboard amenities including lavatory, galley and flight attendant.
Hawkair's friendly, helpful staff and full in-flight service including
complementary beverage and snacks has earned Hawkair "Customer Service
Company of the Year" awards from local Chambers of Commerce.