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Air Wisconsin flights & tickets

Air Wisconsin, a regional commercial carrier based out of Appleton, WI flies passengers under the American Eagle name as a regional shuttle carrier for American Airlines. Air Wisconsin is known as the largest privately owned regional airline in the United States serving about 70 destinations in the U.S. and Canada and boasting about 500 departures every day. The company has acquired several regional carriers over the years and had been affiliated with United Airlines and US Airways in prior times during its 50-year history.

Being one of the largest regional carriers in North America, Air Wisconsin airlines is very busy with its flight schedule. The airline has hubs in Washington D.C. (Reagan) and Philadelphia., which allows Wisconsinair to cover a lot of territory in the Midwest, South and East. Air Wisconsin flights take about 6 million passengers every year to places like Detroit, St. Louis, Ottawa, Montreal, Newark, Pittsburgh, Columbus, Nashville, Charlotte, Birmingham and Memphis, just to name a few.

Air Wisconsin flights are executed on a fleet of 67 Canadair CRJ-200 regional jets, all used on behalf of American Eagle. All of the jets hold a maximum of 50 passengers each.

Why Fly With Air Wisconsin

Air Wisconsin Baggage Allowance

As Air Wisconsin is a shuttle carrier for American Airlines under the American Eagle band, all baggage information for Air Wisconsin flights is handled through American Airlines and American Eagle. Because of the small regional jets, the baggage policy for Air Wisconsin should be followed closely. Air Wisconsin, through American Airlines, allows one checked bag of up to 62 linear inches and 50 pounds free of charge for passengers involved in various frequent-flyer programs. All other passengers regardless of fare will pay $25 for the first bag and $35 for a second checked bag.

Carry-on luggage is limited to a purse or laptop plus one baggage item of up to 45 linear inches, with no weight limit As long as the bag fits under the seat or in the overhead bin it may be carried on regardless of weight. Bags that are too large will need to be checked. Musical instruments, by the way, are OK as carry-on luggage provided it fits within the required dimensions and it is not in addition to a carry-on item.

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