System Operations: Flight Follower (Part 135) (Former Employee) – Hyannis, MA – December 12, 2012
I started out knowing practically nothing but they taught me everything. I loved working for them and had no problem logging overtime, up to 60 hours a week. I felt like everyone in the company was an extended member of my family and I was one of theirs.
flight benefits, overtime available, health insurance for same sex couples, industry innovator.
poor management, low pay grade, not enough foresight into the near future.
Part Time - Ticket Office Agent (Former Employee) – Quincy, IL – October 19, 2017
I worked alone on the phones each day making reservations and answering customer questions - I learned a great deal about the airline business - the hardest part of the job was getting things done in Puerto Rico the most enjoyable was helping people. Unfortunately, the company switched to weekends required and I no longer was interested in working there.
Station Ops Coordinator (Current Employee) – SJU – June 22, 2017
The lack of management's presence contributes to a high margin of error. Poor communication between management personnel highly affects employee performance it's a my way or the high way hostile type of environment.