Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation Names New Director of Systems Operation Control

Mark Niebauer promoted to the position of director of systems operation control.


APPLETON, Wis., June 7. Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation today announced it has promoted Mark Niebauer to the position of director of systems operation control (SOC) reporting directly to Managing Director of SOC and Crew Resources, Jeff Joy. In his new role, Niebauer will assume leadership responsibility of the Dispatch group, where he will be responsible for daily operational control for all decisions relevant to the US Airways Express operations.

"Mark has excelled in a progressive range of positions since he started with Air Wisconsin in Appleton, Wisconsin over 30 years ago," noted Joy. "With his tremendous knowledge and dedication to quality and consistent operational performance, Mark will have a strong impact on the operation with an emphasis on service and safety, while fostering positive collaborations with US Airways."

Since joining Air Wisconsin in 1977 as a customer service agent in Elkhart, Indiana, Niebauer has assumed increasing responsibility in the positions of dispatcher, dispatch coordinator, dispatch supervisor, and most recently, SOC duty manager in Appleton, Wisconsin. Niebauer earned a dispatcher's certificate from Sheffield School of Aeronautics in Miami, Florida.

Air Wisconsin, the largest privately held regional airline in the United States, operates as US Airways Express, scheduling nearly 500 departures per day to approximately 70 cities in 26 states and two Canadian provinces. The fleet includes 70 Canadair Regional Jets. Additionally, Air Wisconsin performs ground-handling services for United Express at over 20 locations throughout the country.

Additional information can be found at www.airwis.com

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