Hawaiian Airlines CEO to step down June 30

HONOLULU -- Paul Casey, the chief executive officer of Hawaiian Airlines, will leave the company June 30.

Casey, who also is vice chairman and president of the airline, said in a statement he is "ready to take some time off."

Hawaiian Airlines chairman John Adams will take over the chief executive and president positions until a replacement is found, the carrier said.

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