This is a good job to work if the company is good as well
Team Member (Current Employee) – Dulles, VA – February 28, 2017
I have to say that it is not a bad job unless your company is big enough to give u more hours and more work. Unfortunately I found myself in a new company with no full time or over time and am still stuck in part time. This would be fine if I was not in need of more income. Over all its still really good just not my company GSI in particular.
Baggage Service Agent (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – August 21, 2017
Poorly managed, terribly old equipment and incomplete training from the very beginning. Morning shift gets babied, midshift has to clean up after them and night shift is forced to do overtime almost every night to deal with late planes and other issues with less than a skeleton crew. There's no accountability for upper management and no understanding of the proper procedure to do any of the jobs.
Free air travel
Little chance to travel or even spend time at home
Ramp Agent/Baggage Handler (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – August 16, 2017
Dont work at Huntsville location. Managment is horrible , they always messing up schedule and you never get the small benefits you have in a timely matter. Long hours , no time off , no advancement , no fly benefits. The manager will throw you under the bus to save his job.
Corporate Regional Safety & Training Manager (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – August 16, 2017
A typical day is fast paced, but rewarding. Challenging on a daily basis , but rewarding at the end of the day. You work with different personalities , customers, airlines, TSA, FAA, OSHA, so you get a lot of experience to be successful.
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 15, 2017
You cleaned the different type of planes and went from one to the other. management was not that bad. taking the the cleaning things up on the plane. the most enjoyable part was talking with my co workers.
Operation Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Beech Grove, IN – August 7, 2017
A typical work is busy and never boring. Learning new and different things each day. The hardest part is not knowing from moment what may occur. The most enjoyable part of the job is learning new vendor.
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – July 29, 2017
As an aviation fanatic i was always excited to go to work and work on the planes. Management needed to be worked on as it was not the best. The hardest part of the job would have to be the heat and the belly of plane with lack of airflow.
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – July 29, 2017
This is a contract based company that works for airlines. This is a entry level job and it is low pay with little benefits. Take this job as one that can help you stay on your feet but this is not long term.
great experience and worked/met some great people.
Ramp Agent Lead (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – July 28, 2017
management was brought in from smaller airport and brought employees with them to fill manager and trainer spots while running the company like a temp agency and mirco managing everything including running off good employees and cutting and changing hours on no notice. Favoritism was obvious, short staffed, work loads not evenly distributed. New employees are brought in to fill part time gaps and never stay long and put a stress and everyone else. Request days off in advance just to be told they are under staffed while others finagle days off here and there. Is a great place to work just poorly managed, enjoyed most my coworkers and made some good friends. Never got to take advantage of flight benefits because I was full time and couldn't get days off.
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 27, 2017
ATS offers no real perks. has some medical and dental options but not much else. pay is weekly here which appeals to some. if you like planes and working outside this place could work for you. seek the more physical activities and it's like getting paid to go to the gym.
Passenger Service Agent/Baggage Agent (Current Employee) – Reno Tahoe International Airport – July 27, 2017
If you are looking for a job that is rewarding and challenging, but accommodating to most school schedules this is the job for you. This job has given me numerous skills pertaining to working in a team environment and under high stress situations. It has also given me the skills to think quickly on my feet and resolve complicated issues.
Crew Chief (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 26, 2017
I learned alot from the job. The pros and cons, in heat , the rain, and the cold weather and the risk of getting our ear drums destroyed. Management was great! They work with you and appreciate the work you done and notice it. This job opened up in so many different levels. I became crew chief lead and moved forward with my knowledge onto a desk.
If you are on this page and reading this to learn more about Airport Terminal services, beware the management is doing illegal things. They put their relatives and friends on desk jobs and send everyone outside in the sun, rain, and snow. you will never get promoted or get full time
racist managers, favoritism, too much pressure for little pay
Ticket Agent (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – July 21, 2017
The management sucks so much!! They pick and choose who they want to do favors for. When i got hired I told them about my trip 6 months in advanced I go on the trip i come back jobless. They tried to say I did a no call no show.
Ramp Agent (Current Employee) – Palm Springs, CA – July 17, 2017
I have been an employee at ATS in Palm Springs, CA for almost 5 years. It is definetly not the easiest job. We work all types of hours, in all types of weather, for not the best pay, but at the end of the day it is a satisfying job and we work as a team. The station managment recognizes hard workers and promotes from within. Bad workers typically weed themselves out.