Regional Airline Air Wisconsin is Hiring First Officers (150 Positions)
- Minimum of a Commercial license with instrument and multi-engine rating – FAA.
- Minimum of 800 hours of total flight time with 100 hours in multi-engine aircraft.
- First Class Medical Certificate issued by the FAA and updated annually for pilots under the age of 40: every 6 month for those aged 40 to 65.
- Proficiency check in a simulator two times per year with recurrent ground school training.
- Must be able to read, write, understand and fluently speak the English language.
- Previous turbine experience.
- Airline experience preferred.
Air Wisconsin Airlines is accepting pilot resumes in anticipation for potential hiring in winter and spring 2011.
Starting pay for first officers is$25.27 /block hour and after one year is$37.00/block hour. Per diem is at $1.60/hour.
Besides competitive pay, Air Wisconsin pilots are offered a benefits package including: Medical/dental insurance; life insurance; short/long-term disability; flexible spending accounts; paid vacation/sick time; 401(k) with 4% company match and a company contribution of 3% of compensation; uniform, headset and medical exam allowances; world-wide travel and jump seat privileges; minimum of 12 days off/month; 75 hour pay guarantee and competitive duty and trip rigs
70 CRJ 200’s
Washington DC-DCA Raleigh/Durham, NC-RDU Philadelphia, PA-PHL Norfolk, VA-ORF LaGuardia, NY-LGA
Indoctrination is held at Air Wisconsin’s corporate headquarters in Appleton, WI and the remaining training is held in Charlotte, NC at the Flight Training Center. We do not require a training contract or pay for training program. Lodging and transportation are provided along with 2.5 block hours of pay.
Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation operates as the largest privately held regional airline in the United States. Founded in 1965, Air Wisconsin works in partnership with US Airways, and United. As a US Airways Express carrier, Air Wisconsin provides flying services to approximately 70 cities throughout the eastern region of North America with their fleet of 70 CRJ 200’s. They schedule approximately 500 departures per day system-wide to about 30 states and two Canadian provinces. With service North America, Air Wisconsin carries nearly 7 million passengers per year. In addition, Air Wisconsin provides ground handling services for United over 20 cities throughout the country.
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