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PrimeFlight Aviation Employer Reviews

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terrible company, low pay, no raises, bad management
baggage handler/wheelchair (Former Employee), phlNovember 11, 2013
Pros: no pros
Cons: too many to list
This company sucks, management is clueless never no help from this company
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Primeflight in Tulsa is a terrible place to work.
Supervisor (Former Employee), Tulsa OklahomaAugust 2, 2013
Pros: nothing
Cons: management is awful, pay is terrible, almost never leave on scheduled time off.
Very little pay for the work you do, management is terrible, and are severly understaffed making everyone do three times their work load. Management does not listen to their employees issues and concerns and is also very disrespectful to their employees. There are better places to work than here.
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Fun atmosphere
Cart Driver (Former Employee), Humble, TXJuly 31, 2013
Pros: meeting celebrities
Cons: management
Primeflight is a provider of inter-terminal transportation for disabled passengers. Meeting new people made this job exciting.
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THEY DO TO OFFER HEALTH BENEFITS AND 401k!
Open (Current Employee), OpenMay 6, 2013
Im annoyed that everyone seems to think they do not offer benefits and they most certainly do! If you didnt know this, then management must not have been clear with you from the beginning!
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fun job good crew to work with.
shycap and ron cleaner (Current Employee), Little Rock, ARMarch 9, 2013
Pros: meeting different people all over the world
Cons: no healthcare
ewasy going day learn process of working in a airport. rules change weekly u coworker are good working people with good work sense doing alot of lifing of luggs i like to get paid.
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Good job experience
Wheelchair Agent (Former Employee), College Park, GADecember 5, 2012
Co-workers were professional which made the job experience very easy
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before 9/11 it was a great place to work
Supervisor (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAJuly 17, 2012
one of the best job in my whole life being a supervisor for as many as 25 or more people at the international airport was the best things i could ever do. i love doing security work and at the time i was hired to work for this company i it was call ITS and everything was in order and the management was great the co-worker was great. the office was well – more... taking care of. at the time when i was there i was happy just to be apart of so much learning and safety and fun. this job gets a five star indeed. the hardest part was trying to get paid more because of the type of job we was doing at the time. guns, bombs,all types of weapons just the safety of your life.

now its TSA one star indeed. – less
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productive at times
Passenger assitance (Current Employee), Queens, NYJuly 10, 2012
Very productive at times, sometimes its not enough work to do, the customer service is a major part of the job.
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WHEELCHAIR/BAG RUNNER (Former Employee), CMHJune 20, 2012
Cons: very low wages, terrible management
DO NOT WORK FOR THIS COMPANY..VERY LOW WAGES..3.85 HOUR PLUS TIPS..IF YOU DO NOT MAKE THE REQUIRED AMOUNT OF MONEY TO ADD UP TO 7.70 A HOUR YOU WILL BE WRITTEN UP..THIS COMPANY DOES NOT WANT TO PAY U ANYMORE THAN 3.85 A HOUR. THE EMPLOYEES FIGHT LIKE DOGS TO GET A 5 DOLLAR TIP..THE MANAGEMENT IS THE WORST I HAVE EVER SEEN..YOU WORK 2 WEEKS AND GET A – more... CHECK FOR 240.00, ..DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR ENERGY WITH THIS COMPANY..SUPERVISOR PAY 8.15 A HOUR.... – less
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Fast pace work environment from time, to time
Passenger Assistant (Former Employee), Houston, TXJune 19, 2012
Pros: tips
Cons: alot of work, very little pay
The job was all around easy, there really wasnt too much to complain about. Overtime was available as needed, Advancement was almost impossible to obtain. Everything was ok.
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Lots Of Work With Low Pay
Aircraft Cleaner (Former Employee), Houston, TXMay 1, 2012
Pros: respectful
Cons: no raises, no benefits (medical or dental), no sick days
Working together as a team, and meeting the expectations of the passenger as far as cleanliness and speed of performing tasks
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Busy and Fun
Wheelchair Attendant (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAApril 27, 2012
Pros: meeting people from all over, and seeing celebrities
Cons: delays of flights
A typical day at work would be very busy. With the flights coming in and having to pick up the passanger and push them in a wheelchair to get their baggage. also taking them to meet their flights on time.

What i learned was how to interact with customers better also better my communication skills.

The management was excellent they stayed on top of – more... everything at all times. they also come help the wheelchair attendants when short on staff.

My co-works were great as well we all worked as a team and helped one another when someone needed help.

The hardest part of the job i would have to say pushing passengers up the ramps.

The most enjoyable part is meeting people from all over the world and hearing the stories they have to tell about their lives. – less