Airman Trainee Program
Air Wisconsin’s Airman Trainee Program provides the opportunity for cadets to work part-time as an Air Wisconsin salaried employee while building the required flight hours to become a commercial airline pilot.
The Airman Trainee will be committed to qualifying for an ATP license. While actively participating in Air Wisconsin mandated events, the cadet can also qualify for the opportunity to participate in the Air Wisconsin CTP Training Course.
Participants must have their commercial certificate with instrument rating to apply to the program.
Pilot Career Pathway Potential*
Cadet Program Highlights
Mentorship from current pilots and management
Start building seniority and longevity
Travel benefits with partner airlines
In-house CTP course
Cadet Program Benefits
- Mentorship from current pilots and management
- Start building seniority and longevity
- Travel benefits with partner airlines
- In-house CTP course
Access to Major Airlines*
- American Airlines
- United Airlines
*Denotes partnership, but eligible regional pilots may also flow to other major airlines.
About Air Wisconsin Airlines
Founded in 1965, Air Wisconsin currently operates for United Airlines throughout the mid and eastern United States and carries an estimated six million passengers a year. The Airlines pillar values include safety, smart choices to create long-term success, and superior success. Starting in 2023, Air Wisconsin will transition to its new partner airline, American Airlines.
Learn more at https://www.airwis.com/.
Updated February 2023