The Expectations of Professionalism
Captain Paul Preidecker, Chief Flight Instructor, Air Wisconsin
Paul Preidecker is the Chief Flight Instructor/Examiner for Air Wisconsin Airlines. He has over 7500 hours of flying experience and holds an ATP Certificate with type ratings in the CL-65 and Do-328. He is authorized as a ground and flight instructor, simulator and line check airman, FAA Aircrew Program Designee, and FAA Designated Observer.
As Chief Flight Instructor, Paul oversees the pilot training program for Air Wisconsin. He also participates in the development and review of the operating procedures for the CRJ200 aircraft. He is a member of the company’s Aviation Safety Action Program.
He has served on a FAA Aviation Rulemaking committee and has made presentations at various aviaiton conferences and symposiums, including the National Transportation Safety Board, Regional Airline Association, and World Aviation Training Symposium. He is a member of the Flight Training Committee of the Regional Airline Association.
Prior to joining Air Wisconsin, Paul was a flight instructor and charter pilot at a local airport near his home in Madison, WI. He continues to be active in general aviation.