Air Wisconsin Airlines makes senior leadership changes

Air Wisconsin Airlines Corp. has made changes and promotions within its senior leadership team, the company said.

Captain Bob Frisch has been named to the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Laurie Martin to Vice President — Inflight and Customer Service and Chris White to Vice President — Safety and Security.

Laurie Martin is promoted to the position of Vice President – Inflight and Customer Service and will report directly to the Senior Vice President and COO. In addition to her current role of leading the Inflight department, Martin will be responsible for all customer service functions of the airline and will also lead the flight administration department.

Chris White is promoted to the position of Vice President — Safety and Security and will continue to report directly to the President and CEO. Along with his current role of leading all Safety functions for Air Wisconsin, White will additionally be responsible for all Security functions throughout the organization including liaison and interface with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

Air Wisconsin Airlines, founded in 1965, operates approximately 450 departures per day system-wide to 26 states and three Canadian provinces in partnership with American Airlines. With service to 70 cities throughout North America, Air Wisconsin carries nearly 6 million passengers per year operating as American Eagle. Additionally, Air Wisconsin performs ground-handling and customer service functions for several carriers at 13 airport locations within the United States.