Saint-Cyr will oversee air operations for Mokulele Airlines, the Hawai’i-based subsidiary of Surf Air Mobility

Surf Air Mobility Inc. (NYSE: SRFM) (“Surf Air Mobility”,“Surf Air”,“the company”), a leading regional air mobility platform, announced today the appointment of Louis Saint-Cyr, an experienced senior leader in airline operations, to the position of President of Hawai’i Operations.

As President of Hawaii Operations, Mr. Saint-Cyr will oversee the entirety of Surf Air Mobility’s travel brand, Mokulele Airlines (“Mokulele”), including the air operations, safety and compliance, airport management, guest experience, state and local government relations, and community engagement.

Mr. Saint-Cyr joined Surf Air having previously served in operations and guest experience roles at Hawaiian Airlines, Air Canada, and, most recently, WestJet. He will be relocating to Hawai’i.

Mokulele is Surf Air’s largest operational region by passengers flown and is the largest inter-island commuter airline in Hawai’i. With an average of 112 departures per day, Mokulele’s air service currently connects 5 islands between 9 destinations on 10 routes.

“With more than eleven years at Hawaiian Airlines, Louis knows what it takes to run a successful airline within the unique needs and opportunities of the Hawai’i market,” said Deanna White, Interim CEO and COO of Surf Air Mobility. “He’s already proven himself incredibly effective as our Deputy Head of Airline Operations, and I look forward to seeing his success in his new role overseeing the entirety of Mokulele Airlines.”

“Mokulele is an incredibly important service and I’m excited to be returning to Hawai’i,” said Mr. Saint-Cyr. “We know that the communities and passengers we serve across the islands rely on our flights for everything from their daily commute to work, to shopping and medical appointments, to getting away on vacations, and we take the responsibility of serving them very seriously. Moreover, our interline partners Hawaiian, Alaska, United, and American depend on us to reliably connect their passengers through to the parts of Hawai’i not accessible by the larger commercial airports and I look forward to working with them to deliver excellent service to our passengers.”

Mr. Saint-Cyr will report to Jim Sullivan, the newly appointed President of Air Mobility recently announced in June.