Lead Ticket Agent (Former Employee) – Romulus, MI – April 24, 2016
I was overjoyed to come to a new environment and even happier when I received a promotion within just six months. This made me excited to come to work each day and help passengers to have a great start to their trip.
fuel farm is low key pressure not like fueling airlines
fuel farm operator/accounting associate (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – April 21, 2016
A typical day at work is gathering all tickets and board sheets and making sure everything is input correctly and making proper corrections when needed. Then I print out reports and sales info to the airlines as needed on a daily basis. When everything is done and checked out properly then it is sent to financing and billing is checked on a daily basis for certain airlines. Then I go out to the fuel farm and check that the daily paperwork is filled out correctly and filed properly for auditor's from various airlines and the FAA. I do security checks and fuel testing when topping tanks. I was a fueler for a number of years so when there is a problem out on the airport with fuel trucks I sometimes take the initiative to help out so they do not delay flights.
work without any pressure from management or supervision
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Dulles, VA – March 17, 2016
Love working in aviation but ASIG and BBA will take the love right out of it. They care only about profit rather than investing in there employees. Treat all emplyees like robots and expect nothing less.
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – March 2, 2016
Processed reservations, coordinated stand-by and monitored cabin availability. Issued travel and hotel vouchers for passengers on overbooked and cancelled flights. Instructed passengers on all safety and emergency procedures and answered any questions. Responded politely to passenger complaints regarding ticketing and baggage handling.
flexible hours, you had to be in your p & q, learn to multitask
very short breaks, poor management, lack of communication, lifting bags that you were not initial to do that was not part of what you sign up for
Asig as a whole is a very great company to work with.
passenger service agent (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 20, 2016
A typical work day at asig is not your average work day you meet new people everyday. I learned how to compute documents into the computer. The management are very nice and they want you to be great at what you do. The co-workers are a joy to be around if you need any help you can count on your co-workers. The hardest part of the job is learning how to put all the information into the company database to receive the passengers boarding passes. The most enjoyable part of the job is all the help you receive from your team and the experience to just work with great people.
Aircraft Fueler (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – December 29, 2015
Its a suitable job if you are interested in aviation. The people are great and you get to learn a lot about how the airport functions down on the ramps and runways. However, the pay does NOT justify the work! There are no benefits offered, turnover rate is ridiculously high, and there is absolutely no room for advancement in pay or rank.