Reno-Tahoe Regional Air Service Corporation Experiences Tremendous Growth under Guidance of Andy Wirth

Andy Wirth is the current chair and president of Reno-Tahoe Regional Air Service Corporation (RASC). Besides his new position at RASC, Wirth is the Squaw Valley/ Alpine Meadows’ chief executive officer. RASC usually promotes Reno-Tahoe airport’s air services. The corporation also develops new prospects for the airport’s flights. When asked about the news, Wirth said that he was humbled to be elected as a leader of a multinational corporation. He mentioned that the new appointees would help RASC to grow when it comes to the provision of air services. He also believes that the future of the corporation is filled with opportunities. Wirth pointed out how air service will boost the economies of Lake Tahoe and Reno-Sparks regions.

Wirth’s Work Background

Wirth’s expertise largely lies in resort management. He has held executive positions for several airlines across Quebec and Colorado. In 2013, he served in the RSCVA board, and his primary job was to ensure that both Reno-Sparks and Lake Tahoe areas were enjoying uninterrupted flights. He also believes that air services are a key determinant of the growth of modern ski industries. As RASC’s new president, he hopes to increase the number of flights in the Lake Tahoe region.

Andy Wirth has participated in numerous developmental activities that involve airports. He participated in the launch of Alaska Airlines. He contributes to community development and environmental initiatives in Lake Tahoe region. As a skydiving enthusiast, Wirth is a co-founder of the Wounded Warrior Support. This organization usually honors Navy soldiers and carries out fundraising activities to support the Navy Seal Foundation.

Wirth’s views on the Gondola project

The powder.com interviewed Andy Wirth last year regarding his company’s new Gondola project. Both Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows are renowned as the leading ski resorts in Lake Tahoe region. They were merged when KSL Capital Partners, which owns Squaw Valley, bought Alpine Meadows in 2011. The gondola was scheduled to join the two resorts that lie on two mountains that are adjacent to each other. Wirth said that the connection between Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley would bring joy to both local and visiting snowboarders and skiers.

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