Airframe and Powerplant Technician (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – February 6, 2017
Typical private/corporate aircraft repair facility Nothing special at all. Lots of inspections on small piston engine planes, and some corporate jet repair/inspections. Very cliquish culture, where all but myself had been working there more than 10 years.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – March 13, 2017
While I was there management was very difficult to work with. Upper management manipulated employees and would not hold interviews for unattractive females. Favoritism was extreme. Corporate did not care or listen.
Avionics Manager (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 6, 2016
This company had high expectations with invested programs that were grossly underbid after the realization came apparent the decision to cut a huge amount of the workforce without notice during the Holiday Season was made.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – February 8, 2015
Loved working there. Very friendly staff aside of the drama from some of the employees, but management interferes to avoid any issues. The customers are great with the staff, hardly ever had any issues with any customer. Company focuses on pleasing the customer and i love that.
High energy all day long very fun place while learning something new everyday.
Line service Technician (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 14, 2015
A typical day for me consist of fueling an average of 10-25 different aircraft's, towing 3-5 aircraft's, keeping radio communication throughout a ten hour shift with my co-workers and management as well with customer service agents in the front desk. Keeping track of inbound/outbound aircraft with quick turn needs and servicing all their needs. Potable water, Lavs, Fuel, Coffee, ice, paper's, and keeping them comfortable enough to which we maintain them as a customer.
Line Tech (Former Employee) – El Paso TX – August 17, 2014
Watch your back. Too many lifers there to move up. Fear for your job. Train you in safety then make you do everything you learned not to do. Station manager wants to run it as if still in the military. Manager makes up rules that don't make sense.
Ramp Agent / Fueler (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 24, 2014
I was at Cutter aviation to learn how to fuel and also pack airplanes. These airplanes were all smaller aircrafts. After a while i left to Swissport so I can learn how to fuel bigger airplanes. I worked my way from a Skycap to an Aircraft Refueler. I do not have anything bad to say about Cutter, they helped me in my goal in what I wanted to do.
Line Service Technician (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – June 25, 2013
Good company to work for at entry level...difficult to move around other than occasional supervisor position in another state. If you like airplanes, or pretty ladies, this is a good spot to lock down employment.
Avionics Supervisor (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – February 2, 2013
Typical work day starts with a review of the previous days work orders to see what is still in work. Check schedule for new work and assign personel to work these aircraft. Field questions and reqests for quotes. Solve problems that may arrise. Try to work into larger jobs so that they meet scheduling requiements. My co workers are patient as they know I could have to attend to other matters at any time. The hardest part of the job is keeping personel motivated during a long installation. The most enjoyable part of the job is interfacing with the customers.