Southwest Names New Station Manager

2nd May 2003

Southwest Airlines recently announced Mark Grigg as the new Station Manager at Indianapolis International Airport. In his new position, Grigg will be responsible for ensuring the safe operation of all flight activities in Indianapolis.
“I am excited about the exciting challenges my new job will present,” said Grigg. “I plan to serve the Indianapolis community with the same dedication to excellence that is the hallmark of Southwest’s success.”
Mark began his career at Southwest Airlines in July 1994 as a ramp agent in Las Vegas. During his tenure with the Company Mark has held the positions of ramp supervisor in Las Vegas, assistant manager of ramp and operations in St. Louis, and manager of ramp and operations in Nashville. Most recently, Mark served as the assistant station manager in Nashville. Mark also is a 2002 graduate of the Manager in Training program, an intense four-week course designed to help prepare individuals for Southwest leadership roles.
“Leadership and dedication to Southwest Airlines will make Mark a great asset to our Indianapolis team,” said Warren Diessner, Southwest’s regional director of ground operations. “We congratulate him on his new position.”
Southwest began service to Indianapolis International Airport in 1989 with 11 daily nonstop departures to Detroit and St. Louis. Today, Southwest operates 16 daily nonstop departures to 10 cities including Baltimore/Washington, Chicago Midway, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Orlando, Phoenix, and Tampa Bay with additional direct or connecting service to 34 cities.



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