Flight Crew Of The Month – Captain Monica Mieles and First Officer Karla Mendez

Congratulations Captain Monica Mieles and First Officer Karla Mendez! You’re hard work, willingness to lend a helping hand, good customer reviews, positivity, communication, and commitment to the Safety Program are all reasons to celebrate you as exceptional crew members.

Thank you, Monica and Karla!

Ground School Postponed

March 23, 2020

In an ongoing effort to protect our employees, customers and family members, Air Cargo Carriers has
made the difficult decision to postpone our May 6th , 2020 Ground School. At this time no reschedule
date or plan has been made.

We have retained your contact information and will provide further details when they become available.
We have removed our pilot postings until further notice.

We appreciate your patience and hope everyone stays safe!

Air Cargo Carriers Administrative Team

We are Heading to the WAI!

Join us March 5th-7th at the Women in Aviation International Conference. We will be at booth 635 and would love to see your smiling face!

Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Somewhere over the rainbow a Shorts can be found on the island of St. Croix.

Thank you for the beautiful picture, Crewmember Patrick Mackinlay!

Happy New Years from Air Cargo Carriers

Happy Holidays from Air Cargo Carriers

This is why HR and your Recruiter Fly Behind The Desk

We’ll leave the flying to the pilots 🙂
Thank you, ABX, for this great experience!

Our Work with the Wisconsin DOT ACE Program

From Left to right: Steve – President of ACC, Job – Flight Operations intern, Anthony – Parts & Logistics, Tim – Parts Manager, Mohamed – Maintenance Help, Dan – Lead Mechanic

Air Cargo would like to thank Job, Anthony and Mohamed for the outstanding summer work! We were blessed to have such a great group of people participate in the ACE Program.

Air Cargo worked with the Wisconsin DOT, ACE program, a summer employment and learning opportunity for high school students in Milwaukee. ACE promotes aviation and space education and provides students with experiences in aviation-related jobs. ACE is the result of partnerships between industry, schools, and government.

Why is ACE important?

  • Promotes aviation/space education, including career opportunities.
  • Encourages students to succeed in school by making classwork more meaningful.
  • It gives students experiences in aviation-related jobs, which help them realize that aviation careers are within their reach.
  • Encourages youth to start planning their future, set career goals, and plan how they will get there.
  • Assists employers in developing the next generation of skilled workers in aviation.
  • Promotes collaboration with educators and schools in support of aviation initiatives.

You can learn more about the ACE program here: https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/doing-bus/aeronautics/education/ace.aspx

Happy Veteran’s Day!