This is a Great company to learn how the airline business work, and what it takes to be able to load planes is all and any types of weather. You have to be able to lift at least 50 lb to be able to the job!
Great benefits but very stressful and terrible hours
STATION AGENT (Former Employee) – Bellingham, WA – July 28, 2018
I loved the benefits they gave, and I was greatful for that. However, the hours were terrible because there were not many flights in a day, each shifts were about 3 hours, and I had to pick up several shifts, and long breaks in between, and I wasted my entire day to work 9 hours. Cannot balance the work and life.
Operations Agent & Station Agent (Former Employee) – Clearwater, FL – July 4, 2018
This was a fast paced and detail oriented job. I was able to flourish using multitasking and innate knowledge of job requirements and the ability to take on new challenges. This fast growing company offered many avenues to grow and find your niche.
Flight Attendant (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – June 25, 2018
Working here is fine until you get hurt. then everything changes Management tends to stick together to black-ball employees. The most enjoyable part of this job is meeting new people from all over the world. This can also be the hardest part of the job as well. so many cultures, so many different attitudes and personalities.
The job itself is super easy. You have hard days where it gets to 90+ degree weather, or a complete downpour. Planes coming in too early, or a 4 hour delay. No 2 days will be the same. Only downside is management. They don't really care about you. Working 3 planes back to back without a break? Yea, that sounds about right.
Terrible management. they continuously leave their passengers stranded because they refuse to pay their pilots a living wage. Planes were ancient and always breaking down, figure that these are the same guys of the downed value jet in florida. but other than that it was a good place to learn the ropes of being a flight attendant. they have a awesome flight attendant group just wish they would treat them better.
Customer Service Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 17, 2018
We all work our hardest to bring the best customer service to our passengers. No matter the situation, we always hold ourselves up and continue to provide the best travel experience as a low cost carrier.
Lead Customer Care Rep (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 31, 2018
The asst mgr and supervisors like to sleep around with the employees and then they get promoted to higher roles. They allow their friends to get high in the parking lot and fix their punch times so they don't get points added to them. They have fired and lost a lot of great workers when the new management came in. The director yells at the reps and calls them stupid and idiots. They have no sense of loyalty with the senior reps and want them gone.They have created a horrible culture in the call center.
It was a great place at first. Now all you see is managers play favorites with the people on their teams. They write people up without warning, or give them a chance to correct the mistake. all the higher ups don't do a thing, you'll find them taking walks together throughout the parking lot about 5 times a day. They don't provide the proper training. The HR department is a joke. supervisor's are always on their cell phones managers shopping online at their desks people sleeping on the job in plan site managers always kissing butt, just to move up. they pass over all the qualified managers, but butt kisser always ends up on top. you see directors from the company hanging with managers, at parties, acting a fool.they promote who they like and are buddies with. they seem to keep all the slackers. and all the good people seem to leave because of the favoritism.
Some good people
supervisors, manager and director's low pay, no training
INTERNAL COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 26, 2018
I really enjoyed working with Allegiant. While most days were routine, there were many that threw wrenches in your bike wheels. Hurricanes, emergency landings, airport shutdowns, you name it, your day/week can change in an instant, so don't work here if you can't handle the unexpectedness of the airline business. I for one loved the challenges, so work here if that sounds like a great fit for you.