Warren Crotty Celebrates 20 Years with Trans States



Congratulations to Warren Crotty, who celebrated his 20 year anniversary with Trans States last Tuesday!

Warren has worn many hats during his years with the company.  He was hired in 1995 as Manager of Revenue Management, with responsibilities including managing the Trans World Express system (20+ markets), the American Connection system, and four analysts.  He later oversaw a successful implementation of PROS Revenue Management system software.

His current responsibilities include forecasting passengers and revenue, managing the company’s charter operation, and providing assistance to Crew Payroll.  He is also the Project Manager for the Trans States Airlines Expansion Project.  It takes a lot of coordination between various departments to take on 52 additional aircraft, and Warren is behind the scenes, facilitating communication and making sure that everything runs smoothly.

Of his years at Trans States, Warren says,

The last 20 years have been a pleasure, and it’s been a great experience to work alongside so many talented professionals! I am grateful to be part of the team that has grown our small regional airline into a large one, and look forward to more exciting times for our company.  As far as I’m concerned, the Trans States family of airlines and its employees are the best!

Before joining the Trans States team, Warren graduated from Embry-Riddle Daytona Beach with a degree in Aviation Business Administration.  After graduating, Warren worked for Trans World Airlines for six years, holding multiple positions, including Flight Deck Crew Scheduler, Aircraft Maintenance Router, Analyst, and Senior Analyst Bulk Pricing.  In 1992, Warren joined Atlantic Coast Airlines as Manager of Revenue Management & Pricing.

Outside of work, Warren enjoys home improvement projects, traveling, church, and choir.

Congratulations, Warren!  Thanks for calling Trans States home!

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