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Aerodynamics Inc.

ADI is a full-service FBO based at the Oakland County International Airport in Waterford, MI (PTK). The company opened as a general aviation FBO in 1959 selling Piper aircraft, and later became a Beechcraft dealership. Over the years,ADI's major business areas have expanded to include aircraft interior refurbishment, a Raytheon and Pilatus factory authorized aircraft and avionics service center, aircraft sales & line service, aircraft management & charter services, and corporate shuttle management.

We currently manage and operate 17 aircraft for private owners, on-demand charters and scheduled corporate shuttles and are a certified Supplemental Airline under FAR Part 121 and an On-Demand charter operator under FAR Part 135. ADI operates 34 scheduled corporate shuttle flights per week on aircraft ranging in size from a Jetstream 41 to an Airbus 319.

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Our goal is not to be all things to all shippers, but to provide value-added, time-critical air shipment and aviation services to customers who receive unique benefit from what we do.

AirNet Systems, Inc. provides time-critical air transportation services for small package shippers and banking customers to more than 100 cities nationwide. We believe that our flexible and reliable air transportation network and demonstrated expertise in providing time-critical deliveries for over 28 years positions us to provide top quality express delivery service.

Highlights include:

    • Multiple Locations, Competitive Pay, Flexible Schedules.
    • Fleet: 100 aircraft including Barons, Chieftains, Caravans and Learjets. Fun, Challenging, Quality flight time.
    • Priceless flight experience: FAR 135 PIC, IFR, back side of the clock, tight deadlines, challenging weather.
    • 5 year progression: Prop Captain, Learjet F/O, Learjet Captain, 1000 turbine PIC.
    • Paid time-building program for low time pilots.
    • Live where your plane lives / Opportunity to be home every day plus other flexible schedules.
    • Paid training / housing provided during training / help with moving expenses.
    • Treated like a person and not just a number. Feel like Family.
    • Brand new, state of the art facility at Rickenbacker Airport, Columbus, Ohio.
    • Jumpseat privileges with 27 airlines.
    • Career path opportunities with Regionals, Nationals, Majors.

From AirNet Online

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Safety. At AWAC, the safety of our customers, crews and coworkers matters most. Every employee takes responsibility for promoting safety in all aspects of his/her work. Our safety record is exemplary and we continuously look for ways to enhance our safety programs.

Smart Choices. We take pride in striving to build a stable airline within an industry that's traditionally filled with highs and lows. Rather than focusing on the fast dollar, we focus on our future. We evaluate the risks and the benefits of every business opportunity and take the time to make decisions that support the long-term interests of AWAC and its people.

Superior Service. AWAC employees are courteous, respectful and helpful to both customers and coworkers. By supporting one another through teamwork, we create a company people want to work for and do business with.

From AirWis Online

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The American Eagle network is the largest regional airline system in the world, with over 1600 daily flights to more than 160 cities throughout the United States, Canada, the Bahamas, the Caribbean and Mexico. They take safety seriously, but also recognize the importance of having fun in a challenging, team-oriented family environment where each person can fully participate in achieving both career and personal success.

As a company, they take pride in meeting the needs of employees, customers, shareholders and partners alike. American Eagle also has a commitment to diversity, which is displayed through an award-winning Diversified Supplier Program and through numerous Employee Resource Groups, created to provide support and share experiences between employees.

From AmericanEagleCareers Online

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In 1984, ASA was selected by Delta Air Lines as one of the first partners in the Delta Connection program. Then, following 20 years of operation and 15 years of partnership with the mainline carrier, ASA was acquired by Delta in 1999. The acquisition by Delta marked the beginning of a period of unprecedented growth for ASA, as the airline grew its fleet by more than 100 aircraft and its employee base by more than 3,000 team members.

With success in its corner and a bright future on the horizon, ASA began the next chapter in its storied history on Sept. 8, 2005, when the airline was acquired by Utah-based SkyWest, Inc. Together with its new sister carrier SkyWest Airlines, ASA now is a part of the world's largest regional airline alliance.

From FlyASA Online

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Cirrus is a recognized global leader in the manufacturing of personal aviation aircraft that provide unprecedented levels of performance, quality and safety. Their popular SR20 and SR22 composite airplanes incorporate innovative advanced technologies into their design, including the unique Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS™). Cirrus has a direct sales force in North America with sales centers across South America, Europe, China, Australasia, South Africa, Mexico, and the Caribbean.

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Duncan Aviation is the largest family-owned aircraft support organization in the United States, offering service in more than a dozen states at more than twenty service locations. Over the years, customers have come to know them for the experience of their crews, the friendliness of their staff, the cleanliness of their facilities and their reliability and quality of service.

From Duncan Online

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With an employee base of over 7,000, the business has made extensive investments in human resources over the past decade. ExpressJet Airlines seeks to provide the most efficient and reliable regional jet service in all of its markets. In 2006, the business flew 8.9 billion revenue passenger miles, had a passenger load factor of 78 percent and a controllable completion factor of 99.84 percent.

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L-3 Avionics Systems has been a partner with Western Michigan University for years. In 2006, L-3 was proud to supply WMU's entire fleet with our SkyWatch® Collision Avoidance System. Adrienne Stevens, the company president, is a Western grad herself and an active member of the Board of Advisors for the College of Aviation. L-3 Avionics Systems supports the College of Aviation, the Women's Air Race Classic and the SkyBroncos, and encourages all graduating aviation enthusiasts to consider a career with us. To view current internship opportunities and full-time positions, please view our available positions. Go Broncos!

L-3 Avionics Systems has been providing industry-leading, safety-enhancing avionics technologies to aviation markets for more than 45 years. Headquartered in Grand Rapids, L-3 Avionics has facilities in Phoenix, AZ; Columbus, OH; and Ft. Lauderdale, FL. We're known for bringing cost-effective and advanced technologies to the industry and hold a position as one of the top avionics suppliers. We recently introduced the SmartDeck® Integrated Flight Controls and Display System, a next-generation avionics suite and the industry's most intuitive full cockpit system. Additionally, we continue to provide safety technologies, such as the GH-3000 electronic and J.E.T.® standby instruments, SkyWatch® Collision Avoidance System, Stormscope® Lightning Detection System and the IRIS™ Infrared Imaging System, while customizing the smartest GA flight system available, SmartDeck, for the next generation of aircraft.

From ExpressJet Airlines Online

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Founded in 1944, Mesaba Airlines is the longest-standing regional airline in the United States. Known throughout the industry for its commitment to the safety of its passengers and employees, the airline has successfully navigated through evolving times in an exciting industry. In 2007, the airline strengthened its future by entering into a relationship with longtime partner, Northwest Airlines. Now, as a wholly-owned subsididary of Northwest Airlines, Mesaba operates as a Northwest Airlink under service aggreements with Northwest.

The rapidly-expanding airline serves more than 75 cities in the United States and Canada from Northwest's three major hubs: Detroit, Minneapolis/St. Paul, and Memphis. Mesaba operates an advanced fleet of regional jet and jet-prop aircraft, consisting of the 34-passenger Saab SF340, the 50-passenger Bombardier CRJ200, and the 76-passenger Bombardier CRJ900 regional jet aircraft.

From Mesaba Online

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Pinnacle is a company of people who have tremendous passion for serving the needs of the airline industry. Their success in this competitive industry is the direct result of their commitment to take care of their people and empower them to operate a safe, reliable and cost-effective airline. It is their people and passion that makes them among the most prosperous regional airlines in the nation. They realize that they must continue to raise the bar in the delivery of excellent customer service. Their guiding principles provide the roadmap for our future success and ensure that they will continue to provide the kind of environment their people want to work in and a product their customers will want to purchase.

From Pinnacle Online

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