In October, the Central Wisconsin Joint Airport Board signed a long-term agreement to locate Spirit’s air medical transportations services at CWA in Mosinee. With this move, Spirit serves our region and beyond with 2 helicopters, 5 ground bases with 12 ambulances and intercept SUVs, and 1 fixed wing airplane.
Spirit comes to CWA with a highly trained crew consisting of first responders, nurses, pilots, and mechanics. The operation will be staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Construction of the nearly 75,000-square-foot hangar will begin in November, and Spirit management anticipates that the new facility will be fully operational in August of 2020. (Click the title for the full story…)
Did you know that on the other side of security, CWA serves early-morning travelers food starting at 4:15 a.m. and Bloody Marys starting at 6:00 a.m.?
CWA is celebrating its 50th anniversary throughout 2019, and there’s TONS that Airport Director Brian Grefe wants you to know! First, growth in air travel at CWA is up, which is great news for Central Wisconsin . . . You see, when seats fill up, the airlines get the message that they need to add more seats — and potentially more destinations — out of CWA. This growth helps drive CWA’s airline ticket prices down even further.
Get tips and tricks for flying local, learn about CWA’s art gallery and restaurant (both open to the public), and find out how to rent one of their affordable conference rooms for your next meeting in the full story. (Click the title for the full story…)
Take a look back at the famous visitors, odd happenings, and quirky questions our local airport in Mosinee has handled over the years.
With a new restaurant & bar, 3 free hours of parking, rentable conference rooms with unlimited wi-fi, an art gallery featuring the work of local artists, and more — there’s bound to be SOMETHING you didn’t know about today’s CWA.
Get the scoop on some fun facts & memorable moments at CWA, as well as how the airport has changed over the past 50 years as it works to ensure that the communities of Central Wisconsin have convenient access to the rest of the country and the globe — all within minutes of home. (Click the title for the full story…)
We owe our DEEP GRATITUDE to the many agency staff and volunteers who worked to ensure public safety at the October presidential event, including those from the U.S. Secret Service, WI State Patrol, Marathon County Emergency Management, Marathon County Sheriff’s Office, & Central Wisconsin Airport, to name just a few. Learn the “behind the scenes” details of this presidential visit in the full article. (Click the title for more…)