Andy Wirth – Squaw Valley CEO Elected Chairman of Regional Air Service Corporation

Andy Wirth has another impressive accomplishment to his long list of impressive accomplishments. He is now the elected chairman of the Regional Air Service Corporation, which promotes air service into the Reno-Tahoe International Airport and promotes flights throughout the world.

The Reno-Tahoe airport has plenty of opportunity for individuals looking to travel to and from the Lake Tahoe area. This airport is a crucial component of how individuals from outside of the Lake Tahoe area are able to travel there for vacation.

This brings together expertise and marketing money to increase the quality of air service in the area. His expertise has served him well as he worked to make the ski area a top destination for people looking to go on vacation. His work has also extended beyond the Lake Tahoe region, to Utah, Colorado, and Canada.

Andy Wirth is also an avid skydiver, who was nearly killed when he was once forced to land in a vineyard. This meant that when he jumped out of the airplane, a pole in the vineyard cut his arm off.

He was hospitalized for 3 months as a result of his accident.  Learn more about Andy Wirth:

He is a firm believer in community service and protecting the environment. His skydiving accident motivated him to start a Wounded Warrior Project team that raises money for the Navy Seals Foundation. This is because the accident gave him another appreciation for life that many people in the military are faced with on a daily basis.

Andy Wirth also made an appearance on the hit TV Series “Undercover Boss” which featured him doing many of the tasks which ensure that the guests have a great experience.

He was able to fill the shoes of his employees and look for opportunities to recognize the hard work which goes into his organization. The tasks which he performed on the show include shoveling snow and interacting with guests. He was even able to see all of the great aspects of working in a ski resort.