American Airlines today announced it has named Ron Olson as its new general manager of Las Vegas McCarran International Airport. He replaces retiring General Manager Rex Tolschin, who ran American's operations in Nevada for eight years, four in Las Vegas. Olson will have responsibility for the airlines' staff of 195 employees and for all operations at the airport.
He joined American in 1983 and has worked in a variety of positions, most recently ramp manager at San Francisco International Airport. A native of Morris, Minn., Olson graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Marketing.
American Airlines and American Eagle, its regional affiliate, operate 24 flights a day from Las Vegas, with nonstop flights to Dallas-Fort Worth, Chicago, St. Louis, Miami and Los Angeles.
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