Skyway Airlines, which
operates as Midwest Connect, has filled two key positions in the
organization.Dennis L. Malloy has been appointed vice president of customer
services and interline affairs. He has responsibility for all of Skyway’s
customer service-related functions, the airline’s dining services centers
in Milwaukee and Kansas City, as well as facilities and aircraft grooming.
He will also lead the Pass Bureau, which coordinates travel services for
employees of Skyway and Midwest Airlines - the parent company of Skyway
Airlines. An airline professional with 15 years of experience, Malloy
joined Skyway from Independence Air (formerly Atlantic Coast Airlines)
where he spent the last five years. Most recently, he served as senior
director, responsible for that airline’s Washington Dulles operations. He
also served as director of service performance and director of customer
service and interline affairs. For 10 years prior to that, Malloy held a
number of other positions for Midwest Airlines, including city manager for
Washington, D.C. operations. Malloy holds a bachelor’s degree from the
University of South Carolina, Columbia, where he serves on the Board of
Governors of the Alumni Association.
Kerry Sandberg Scott has joined Skyway as director of human resources.
She is responsible for overall recruitment, hiring and staffing, and the
development and management of employee benefits and training programs.
Sandberg Scott has served as a human resources specialist for Bell Atlantic
and as the director of Human Resources for Adelman Travel Group. More
recently, she worked as a human resources consultant for a variety of
companies including Miller Brewing Company, Johnson Controls and
JohnsonDiversey. During her career, which spans more than 10 years, she has
helped companies develop successful recruitment and retention programs.
Sandberg Scott earned her bachelor’s of arts degree in political science
from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She also holds certification as
a senior professional in human resources and has advanced training in