Sam Mendenhall is the new VP- Operations at American Airlines Cargo

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American Airlines Cargo has announced the induction of Sam Mendenhall, who has been appointed as Vice President of Operations.

Mendenhall joins the American cargo team with 22 years of experience at the airline, where he most recently was responsible for all Crew Scheduling at the American Integrated Operations Centre.

In his more than five years leading Crew Scheduling, Mendenhall and his team worked constantly to ensure American’s crew members were in the right place at the right time, as well as ensuring these crew members were taken care of while away from home.

The appointment follows the retirement of former Operations Head David Vance after an impressive 34-year career at American Airlines.

“David is leaving an incredible legacy for the Cargo team, as well as American as a whole. He will be missed, but we are excited to welcome Sam to the team to lead the operation moving forward,” said Jessica Tyler, President- Cargo and Vice President- Operations, Innovation and Delivery at American Airlines.

“Sam’s fresh perspective and proven leadership, combined with the cargo expertise of his team, will be a recipe for great things to come.”

Mendenhall will begin transitioning to his role immediately and report directly to Tyler. Meanwhile, reporting to Mendenhall will be cargo veterans Tim Paliganoff, Eric Mathieu, and Elzbieta Kizer who will continue to support the global operations team.

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