Atlantic Aviation Employee Reviews in United States

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Like any other FBO in job type. Horrible management.
LINE SERVICE TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) –  Salt Lake City, UTJuly 14, 2016
I went into the job wanting to stay a few years as I went through schooling and possibly move up in the company. Then I met management. They are a micromanaging, anti-schooling, controlling bunch that will do anything and everything to put limits on everything you do for no reason. Changing their minds on rules from one moment to another. Tips are a huge thing for working at an FBO, management would steal them from us and lie about it. Horrible place to work.
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one of the best place i've worked at
Dispatcher/Ramp Agent (Former Employee) –  Las Vegas, NVJuly 3, 2016
you learn something new everyday at this place. everyday is exciting. not boring. you learn the different aircrafts. good team player. excellent service.
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Nice place but overworked and sometimes understaffed
Line Service Technician (Former Employee) –  Boca Raton, FLJune 27, 2016
Come in early to relieve the previous crew, and depending on season it could be hectic or a very slow day. Supervisors are there to help however the management seems to only think of you as workers not as employees.
Pros
free food, tips, good hours
Cons
no breaks, every odd job you could think of from dish washing to picking weeds
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A very pleasant place to work
Customer Service Representative II (Former Employee) –  Birmingham, ALJune 20, 2016
Atlantic Aviation is a FBO (Fixed Base Operation) for company's and persons owning their own aircraft. It is a fast paced business where you developed a personal relationship with the clients. I handled hotel and car reservation along with handling client concerns
Pros
Meet all kinds of people
Cons
no dislikes
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IT level 2 support
Troubleshoot Mac OS on an executive level (Former Employee) –  Frisco, TXMay 23, 2016
Duties included IT support on all levels for corporate office and flight bases across America. Day to day duties included PC build outs, high end software troubleshooting and technical documentation. Maintained the technical IT infrastructure on a second and third level support platform.

• Extensive Hardware/software troubleshooting on a second and third level capacity
• Troubleshoot Mac OS on an executive level
• Configured iPad operating systems for our various line technicians
• Heavy information gathering and technical documentation
• Implementation and installation of Kaseya, Forefront Endpoint Protection and SCCM on new PCs
• Troubleshoot base network internet/network outages as necessary (including 24 hour on-call rotation)
• Worked as a group with the rest of our various IT departments to improve existing infrastructure
• Worked closely with various vendors for hardware and printer needs
• Configuration of VoIP Avaya and firewall
Pros
Great comp[any to work for
Cons
Company was sold
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Negatives overshadow good work experience
Network Support Analyst (Former Employee) –  Plano, TXMay 20, 2016
Gained great work experience while there. From a helpdesk role, I got to touch a lot of different technologies. Although, I was very disappointed in how the advancement process took place. Qualified individuals weren't even given the chance to interview for positions, instead friends were given favor. Management can also tend to micromanage. The company does a lot of cool things for their employees, though. Free meals, interoffice drawings, and company outings are just to name a few.
Cons
Shady hiring within management
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Exciting Upbeat Professional Environment
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  Wheeling, ILMay 12, 2016
Day to day can change at a moment's notice, depending on weather and airport conditions. Everyone is respectful and courteous. You have to put in a few years with the company to be considered for advancement or you have to relocate. However, relocating is generally not an issue and Atlantic is expanding rapidly.
Pros
Get to meet alot of great people
Cons
Low traffic and slow days are mind numbing
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its a pretty fun workplace.
Fueler (Current Employee) –  Orlando, FLMarch 11, 2016
a typical day at work is always busy, you always find something to do. i learn a lot from aviation thanks to atlantic, i learn how to deal with airplanes, management is ok, some of my co workers are awsome. there is really no hard part of a job if you enjoy what you doing.
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Fun work ruined by low pay and poor management
Flight Line Supervisor/Shift Lead (Former Employee) –  Bethany, OKMarch 2, 2016
Anyone with a slight interest in aviation would get a kick out of working as a line service technician (as long as they don't mind being out in the elements all day.) I learned a great deal about aviation and customer service while working here. During most of my time there, the co-workers were great. The unpredictable nature of the job kept it interesting. Unfortunately this company puts management in place that has no real experience working the ramp. They try to promote safety culture, but the growing number of policies get in the way and are counterproductive, often causing brand new safety issues. The employees are left feeling like they have no say in how their job should be performed. Couple these issues with the low pay and it creates a high turn over rate.
Pros
Fun work, random free lunches, great intro to aviation
Cons
low pay, poor management, undervalued employees
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Great Atmosphere to work in
Line Service Technician (Former Employee) –  Santa Ana, CAFebruary 25, 2016
At the FBO In which I was employed, all of the employees and management we great to work with and friendly. The work you perform is fast paced and demanding. Important to keep track of the comings and goings through out the day.
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Felt unappreciated
line crew (Former Employee) –  Corpus Christi, TXDecember 29, 2015
Management didn't seem to care about us and our welfare. We were always understaffed. We often didn't have proper equipment for the job. More and more work was assigned to each person with very little notice.
Pros
co-workers were nice
Cons
Working conditions were miserable
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GREAT company
Line Service Technician (Former Employee) –  Teterboro, NJDecember 24, 2015
Wonderful company to work for. Management wasn't so good. but the job was fun. getting to mingle with crew members. Marshal-ling planes in.
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Productive
Line Supervisor (Former Employee) –  Phoenix, AZDecember 21, 2015
Good entry level job. Solid coworkers and a great management team. Had the ability to move up very quickly. Think if you looking to start out its good.
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Long work days but you will learn something new everyday.
Line Service Technician (Current Employee) –  Oklahoma City, OKDecember 19, 2015
Overall great place to start a career in aviation. Like any other company there are some coworkers that need to be terminated for just sitting around and playing on their phones or won't help out. Every once in a while management will buy lunch for everyone with is a plus. ex.(pizza, sandwiches, BBQ etc..) If you work line you will have working lunches which at times you will not have a chance to eat until 6 hrs in your shift.
Pros
free lunches, people you deal with
Cons
working lunches, pay, lazy coworkers.
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Interesting place to work
Line Service Technician (Former Employee) –  Jackson, MSDecember 13, 2015
I learned alot about the aviation industry while working here. I would recommend Atlantic Aviation to anyone interested in working in the aviation industry
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High pace environment
Site Trainer (Safety/Training Manager) (Former Employee) –  West Palm Beach, FLDecember 7, 2015
Specializing in ground support services for general aviation flights. Great company with supportive management that fostered personal growth and development.
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Excellent company to develop the skills necessary to become a productive professional.
LST Supervisor (Former Employee) –  OklahomaSeptember 28, 2015
Great place to work with excellent benefits. You get to spend each day around all different class of aircraft. It is a challenging environment, but it will develop your skills that will be necessary to becoming a true business professional. Atlantic is a company that promotes from within, and with over 70 bases located in the US, there are many opportunities for any individual that puts the work in.
Pros
Great exposure to high profile clientele and private aviation
Cons
Pay is lower than you would like and the days can be long
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life changing
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  Cleveland, OHSeptember 22, 2015
in any aviation business its always a never the same kind of day!
this job was deffenitly worth the knowledge and understanding of all that's put into this type of career..
Pros
new expierences everyday
Cons
schedules
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not a great place to work
Service Line Technician/Fueler (Former Employee) –  Kenner, LASeptember 2, 2015
Wasn't a great place to work, management didn't value your work and didn't hired enough employees to handle to work load. Way over worked
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Too busy at front desk in summer for 1 person to handle, became very stressful.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  Addison, TXJuly 16, 2015
See above, could be fun, very friendly people came through there. Branch Manager was not always great, very intimidating. CRS manager was nice and helpful but she was under appreciated in my opinion.
Pros
Fun to meet all the customers.
Cons
Not enough hands and ears to handle 8 things at same time like expected for 1 person.
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