Air Wisconsin Airlines Joins HireVeterans.com!

Air Wisconsin Airlines, founded in 1965, operates nearly 350 departures per day system-wide to 26 states and 3 Canadian provinces with American Airlines and United Airlines, serving nearly 6 million passengers per year. They will be exclusively flying under the United Express livery by March of 2018.

At Air Wisconsin, the safety of their customers, crews and coworkers matter most. Every employee takes responsibility for promoting safety in all aspects of his/her work. Their safety record is exemplary and they continuously look for ways to enhance their safety programs.

The company takes pride in striving to build a stable airline within an industry that’s traditionally filled with highs and lows. Rather than focusing on the fast dollar, they focus on the future. They evaluate the risks and the benefits of every business opportunity and take the time to make decisions that support the long-term interests of Air Wisconsin and its people.

Air Wisconsin employees are courteous, respectful and helpful to both customers and coworkers. By supporting one another through teamwork, they create a company people want to work for and do business with.

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