Lots of Opportunity, Small Business Pains
Station Manager (Current Employee) – Denver and Surrrounding – April 23, 2017
First thing you have to realize is its a startup airline, one of the few in the last 30 years. The CEO is an original Google guy, so there are strange things we do sometimes, and some quite revolutionary things.
As a PT customer service agent, its usually PT with a lot of extra hours, if you want, especially come bad weather or irregular maintenance. If you're willing to stick it out, and possibly relocate, you can move up very quickly.
That doesn't appeal to everyone, but BTQ does have some growing pains that a small business transitioning to a medium business has. Its stressful, but its also optimistic, exciting. You can make suggestions, sometimes your CEO responds directly to you and takes them! I very much feel that as a whole, the team is very supportive, and helpful.
The FT benefits package is amazing, the pay is OK, the opportunities are incredible, the coworkers are phenomenal, and the company is truly the best I've ever worked for. I'm a part of a bigger picture, which is more than you can usually say at a job.
Flight benefits, health benefits, opportunity
If you want a regular 9-5, probably not for you. That's very, very standard in aviation though