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Ingram takes CFO role at Hawaiian

Hawaiian Airlines has announced the appointment of Peter Ingram as the company’s chief financial
officer, effective December 1, 2005.Ingram succeeds interim CFO Steve Jackson, who has filled that role since
August 2004.
  Mark Dunkerley, Hawaiian’s president and CEO, said, “Steve has been a
valued leader during his time here, and we thank him for his many
contributions.  In Peter Ingram, Hawaiian gains another strong leader whose
wealth of airline experience in financial planning makes him ideally suited to
navigating the increasingly dynamic business environment in our industry.”
  Ingram is joining Hawaiian after spending the past 11 years with AMR
Corporation, parent company of American Airlines and American Eagle Airlines.
Since 2002, he has served as vice president of finance and CFO for American
Eagle Airlines. Before that, he spent eight years in finance-related
management and director positions for American Airlines.
  Ingram earned a Masters of Business Administration from Duke University in
1994, graduating in the top 10 percent of his class.  He did his undergraduate
studies at the University of Western Ontario, earning a Bachelor of Arts in
Business Administration in 1988.