Air Wisconsin Airlines has announced its pilots have ratified a new three-year extension to the collective bargaining agreement, the company said.
The agreement will be implemented in the coming months in coordination with Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) while certain provisions, including an initial wage rate increase, will take effect immediately. Additionally, the new agreement will continue to provide Air Wisconsin pilots with an unmatched combination of quality of life, work rules, benefits and pay.
Pilot career progression is extremely important for today´s professional pilots; notably in February 2018, Air Wisconsin became an exclusive United Airlines Express carrier through a long-term capacity purchase agreement with United Airlines.
Operating as a regional airline in the United States since 1965, Air Wisconsin Airlines performs flying services exclusively for United Airlines as United Express. Their fleet of 64 CRJ-200 regional jets carry an estimated 5 million passengers each year and unite the world by connecting passengers from hometowns large and small to United Airline´s hubs which provide a gateway to countless global travel destinations.