Passenger Service Agent (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – May 30, 2016
Under staffed, favoritism, and very disrespectful to employees. Supervisors looked out for who they were friends with, counter productive practices one supervisor may say hey getting our flights out on time is the most important thing and another would say the plan cant leave unless every bag is on the plane that's suppose to be on the flight. Then they preach safety like its law but at the same time its hurry up we can't take no delays but you as a ramp agent I couldn't account for what happened in the other parts of the airport. Plus you would have the operation people in your hear like clocking you and reminding you of how much time you got left until the plane is scheduled to depart so basically rushing you
Flight Attendant/Instructor (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – December 30, 2017
When I started with Air Wisconsin, I could not ask for a better company to work for. They were considerate, thoughtful, and caring towards their employees. When the owner passed way, the overtakers of Air Wisconsin became thoughtless, careless, and greedy. We were all very disappointed, and to work for them became very stressful. They had little to no consideration for their employees. Poor salary for flight attendants. The disregard or care for their employees were non existent at this point. Very poor management. Air Wisconsin has very poor communication with employees. It has been a "max exodus" in the past three years. I had been too long with the company to leave and loose all my benefits, so I decided to stay, until I would find a better opportunity.
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Morrisville, NC – November 23, 2017
I worked as a Customer Service Agent and Ramp agent. I worked 8 hours a day with no lunch break, and many times no break at all. Its stressful, heavy lifting. My co-workers were unprofessional, as well as the manager.
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Washington City, DC – November 9, 2017
Facilitate communications between Customer Service, Ramp, and SOC departments Oversight of flight departures Gather and disperse information from/to several partner airlines Completion of daily Shift Reports Auditing and filing of paperwork Assigned delay code base on flight delay events Simultaneous use of multiple computer workstations and programs Use of E-mail, multi-line telephones, multi-channel ground-to-ground and air-to-ground radios for communication
Passenger service agent (Former Employee) – South Bend, IN – November 8, 2017
A typical day at Air Wisconsin would be sitting around on the couch watching tv and waiting for the next air craft to arrive. When the air craft arrives, we would load and unload the luggage from the plane.
Flight Attendant (Former Employee) – Appleton, WI – October 30, 2017
Loved my job and the management team. being a Flight attendant is what you make of it. if you make it hard it will be hard if you make it simple it will be simple. you learn and experience a lot every day it is what you make of it.
Lead Cleaner (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – October 13, 2017
Company moving out of state. I LOVE MY JOB. We typically would get 7 to 9 Aircraft's a night. 10 hour night shift. Clean inside the aircraft , cargo department and wax the exterior. Deep cabin cleans. Dump Lavatories nightly.
Customer Service Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Appleton, WI – October 9, 2017
Supervised and managed 100 plus gate agents Managed day to day gate functions and operations Assisted with budget and operational control cost and train new and old agents. Keeping track of everyone training records.
Mechanic (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 8, 2017
This used to be a great place to work, upper management destroyed that. They don't care at all about maintenance, it's all about the pilots. Old out of date CRJ's that are an embarrassment to aviation. Avoid this place at all cost, I don't care if you're just starting out there's other places to go. Shame on you Air Wisconsin!
Inflight Instructor/Flight Attendant (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – August 12, 2017
Air Wisconsin have given me a great opportunity, in different aspects of the airline industry, as well as working in different areas of In-Flight department. I like our Management, as well as my colleges. There are no "Hard Parts" of the job, simply do you job and watch out for each other. The most enjoyable part of the job, are the people I work with, and I have the up most respect for...