Fueler/ Tanker (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 14, 2018
It was a lot of heavy lifting, which I didn't mind but while my direct supervisor was great, his manager was not. His manager wanted tried to write me up for being late and termed me before I even got the write up because he didn't like me. Then our "union rep" did nothing to fight for my job,
Aircraft Fueler (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – December 23, 2017
very low paying job for what you do, management will add extra shifts to your schedule all the time, double and sometimes triple shifts are a norm and it is definitely not safe to be operating a fuel truck on a flight line with less than 4 hours of sleep because you been working for 22 hours straight.
As a truck driver I'm learn to ,any things. working for Disney guest resort. delivery the bags pick up and drop off. As a dispatcher making email report. daily report, tracking trucks at the computer with the GPS tracking.
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee) – Guam – November 18, 2017
High turn over rate. Lazy supervisors. Admin is a hot mess-rarely in the office. The moral needs to be improved. The supervisors treat employees like slaves. Supervisors need to be replaced: joanie, jennye, mike, and john john
passenger service agent (Current Employee) – jfk – November 6, 2017
Enjoyable work place and accomodated employees. A typical day is highly energetic and very quick paced. Job tasks are time sensitive and sometimes physically demanding. However, every completion of a day is rewarding. A big plus is that there is always opportunity to improve. I just wish the pay is better.
Passenger Service Agent (Current Employee) – Newark, NJ – October 26, 2017
A typical day of work is very fast paced environment. The hardest part of the job would be the flights leaving the airport on time. The workplace culture is very interesting because you meet so many different people from across the world.
Fuel Technician (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 5, 2017
I liked my position at this company it gave my good hours. Fueling was kick back but then again it was quick paced at night. I wasn't a whole lot to learn but you just had to learn the right way to do the job.
Lead (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 2, 2017
A lot of opportunity to learn how to work on a large variety of aircrafts and use various aviation equipment that most standard airlines and ground handling companies don't offer or use. Downside you have to find an employee willing to train you personally because upper management will have you waiting and asking for months.
There were a few good managers/employees that tried to help the company running smoothly. Favoritism is HIGH especially depending on the department you work for.
Starting pay rate & Lack of annual increase verse the work load is horrible. The job isnt hard once you learn what you need to know, but the long hours and extra work due to lack of employees they should pay more starting. After the loss of multiple contracts the starting rate for the work load/number of employees now is probably perfect.
If you can not handle working outside in various weather conditions, doing heavy lifting, fast pace environment with random up/down times, driving equipment this is not the field for you.
learning exprience, employees make work fun and interesting
Aircraft Fueler (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 20, 2017
This place is a zoo. Absolutely no work ethic by most of its employees. Extremely low wages that are truly an embarrassment for such a huge responsibility. If most people had any clue as to what was fueling the aircraft they were about to travel in, they would cancel flights by the thousands. all of the KIDS working here are eligible for some type of public assistance. Crying Shame!