McGee Air Services surpasses IATA's '25by25' goal

McGee Air Services has soared beyond the IATA's “25by25” initiative that aims to increase the number of women in senior positions and underrepresented areas by 25% by 2025.

Women represent 33% of managing directors, 43% of directors, 32% of managers, and 30% of supervisors at McGee.

This accomplishment underscores
 their commitment to equal opportunity.

McGee Air Services, a subsidiary of Alaska Airlines in Seattle, employs 2700 people at eight airports in Washington, Oregon, California and Arizona, providing ground handling, aircraft cleaning, check-in/gate services, and airport mobility services.

“McGee is known for high standards in aviation services, and one of our core values is mutual respect – treat others the way we would like to be treated,” said McGee President Justin Neff. “While there’s always more work to do, I couldn’t be prouder of our team for exceeding our goals that underscore our commitment to fostering an inclusive workplace that champions diversity and respect at all levels.”



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