MidContinent Airlines is pleased to announce that we will be showcasing our airline and operation at FlightSimCon in Windsor Locks CT, June 10-11 2017. Click here to check out the event page! We look forward to seeing you in June!
Effective immediately: The hub flight schedules and bid worksheet, and the 2016-2017 line bid submission sheet files have been updated to version 1.1 Changes: Correction to weekly flight total fields to correctly show hours in excess of 24. Added bid period total field Download from Crew Scheduling page.
We’re pleased to announce that Phase I of our crew scheduling bid is now open! Visit the Crew Scheduling page for instructions, hub schedules, and bid sheets. For this first round, bids are due by October 30th, effective November 1st.
Flight Operations Manual Rev 3 is now current. Change Summary: Added language for Aircraft Maintenance Log Procedures Added Runway Condition Assessment Matrix
We’re pleased to announce that our interiors group has completed work on N181MC and it is ready for revenue service in the downloads section just in time to show our support for Cancer Awareness Month.
All MidCon crews are required to review Flight Operations Alert 16-01 prior to October 1st, 2016. This alert covers upcoming changes to the way airport operators report airport surface conditions, and how the Federal NOTAM System will incorporate the changes. You can access the document under the Flight Operations Alerts section of the Electronic Library.
Click to download FSC Flight Dispatch Quick Reference
All of the non-aircraft specific course modules have been completed and loaded into the Flight Academy. The aircraft specific testing modules are underway and should be completed very soon. We’ll be beta testing the non-aircraft specific courses in anticipation of beginning our first new-hire class in quite some time this Spring. As a preview, the […]
MidContinent Airlines website will “go pink” for the month of October in support of Cancer Awareness Month. Crews are encouraged to show their support by wearing pink ties, scarves, pins with their uniforms.
There’s still a bit of work to do, but as you can see the new site is up and running. The operations components will be added back in soon, including the ACARS functions. Stay Tuned!