Company Overview of ExpressJet Airlines, Inc.
ExpressJet Airlines, Inc., a regional airline, operates scheduled flights to the United States, Bahamas, Canada, Cayman Islands, Mexico, and the Turks and Caicos Islands. The company was formerly known as Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Inc. and changed its name to ExpressJet Airlines, Inc. in January 2012. ExpressJet Airlines, Inc. was founded in 1979 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia. It has maintenance bases in Atlanta, Baton Rouge, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Knoxville, Newark, Richmond, and Shreveport. As of September 7, 2005, ExpressJet Airlines, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of SkyWest Inc.
100 Hartsfield Center Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30354
Founded in 1979
Key Executives for ExpressJet Airlines, Inc.
Vice President of Finance and Controller
Chairman of SkyWest Inc and Chief Executive Officer of SkyWest Inc
Vice President of Inflight Services
Vice President of Maintenance
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
ExpressJet Airlines, Inc. Key Developments
ExpressJet Airlines, Inc. Announces Executive Changes
Aug 21 15
SkyWest, Inc. announced the selection of Terry Vais as Chief Operating Officer of ExpressJet Airlines, Inc., effective Sept. 9, 2015. He will succeed Alex Marren, who has accepted a promotion as Executive Vice President at Hertz Corporation. As Chief Operating Officer, Vais will oversee ExpressJet's operations and activities, including Flight Operations, In-Flight operations, Maintenance, and partner relationships. Vais' most recently serving as ExpressJet's vice president of Operations, Planning and Support. Additionally, Brad Sheehan, currently ExpressJet's vice president of Flight Operations, will assume the role of senior vice president of Operations. In this position, he will oversee all of ExpressJet's Flight Operations, including the airline's Operations Control Center.
SkyWest Airlines, Inc. and ExpressJet Airlines, Inc. Announce Board Appointments
May 6 15
SkyWest Inc. announced the appointment of Andrew C. Roberts and Meredith Siegfried to the Board of Directors of its subsidiaries, SkyWest Airlines, Inc. and ExpressJet Airlines, Inc., effective May 5, 2015. Andrew Roberts is President and CEO of Align Aerospace, Holdings, Inc., and brings 38 years of professional experience in operations and manufacturing, with more than 25 years in the aerospace and commercial aviation sector. He held executive roles at Pratt & Whitney Co., Aviall and Northwest Airlines. Meredith Siegfried is President and CEO of Nordam Group, Inc., where she rose through the ranks from manager to CEO. She holds 20 years' aviation and aerospace experience, where she has filled executive roles. She has also served as a senior consultant in corporate finance and serves on numerous nonprofit Boards.
FAA Proposes $147,375 Civil Penalties Against ExpressJet Airlines
Jan 31 15
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposes two civil penalties totaling $147,375 against ExpressJet Airlines of Atlanta, Ga. for allegedly violating drug and alcohol testing and aircraft maintenance regulations. In the first case, the FAA alleges ExpressJet did not conduct required drug tests and receive verified, negative results before hiring or transferring four people into safety-sensitive positions. Furthermore, the FAA alleges ExpressJet failed to include one of these employees in its random drug and alcohol testing pool. Additionally, the agency alleges the company that ExpressJet hired to collect drug and alcohol testing specimens failed to properly ensure the completion of the custody and control or alcohol testing forms for tests on nine employees. ExpressJet also did not calibrate its evidential breath test device at proper intervals, the FAA alleges. The FAA discovered the alleged violations during an inspection in May 2014. The agency is proposing a $97,375 civil penalty in this case. In the second case, the FAA alleges that, in April 2014, ExpressJet failed to ensure that an Embraer EMB-145 regional jet underwent required testing and measurement of the aircraft surface in connection with the repainting of the jet. The FAA is proposing a $50,000 civil penalty in this case. ExpressJet is scheduled to meet with the FAA in mid-February to discuss the case.
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