Northeast Air
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About the company

  • CEO
    Henry Laughlin
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Airlines, Airports & Air Transportation
  • Link
    Northeast Air website
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Rating is calculated based on 18 reviews and is evolving.



General Aviation Fueler in Portland, ME
on September 23, 2021
No real issues with NEA other than being financially compensated for my time. I was hired for 15 an hr and within the first month 5 people up and quit. This was a huge hit to the company so they decided to increase base pay to 17 an hr. That's nice however knowing my work ethic, understanding my responsibilities, and being understaffed that number is too low. Knowing your worth is an enormous part of your life. My time is worth everything to me and my family and to be paid less than I feel I'm worth isn't acceptable, for anyone. NEA was and still is understaffed requiring OT which takes time away from family, pets, and friends. Ones social life is key for decompression and mental health. 17.00 an hr is better than 15 but still too low especially if I work 6 days a week.
Airplane Fueler in South Portland, ME
on November 23, 2021
It’s not the best place but just stay to yourself if you apply I messed up trying to be cool with people and the only reason they were nice In the Beginning is because I was new and they needed people . Overall it’s a okay job not here to complain just work your shift and leave that’s all I’m saying
Comercial fueler/GA in Portland, ME
on July 6, 2021
It hurts for me to say this isn't the place to go to get aviation experience. Whether you're working General Aviation(GA) or Commercial Fueling. If you love aviation run far far away, the management will ruin any chance of progressing in the industry and actively seek to keep you down.
Supervisor in Portland, ME
on July 5, 2021
Awful environment. Human resources sole function is to protect owner. Job and company appears cool, but that illusion quickly unravels. Berated in public and threatened. Anyone capable of working elsewhere leaves.
Deicer in Portland, ME
on December 9, 2020
This is a terrible company to work for. They don't recognize the employees that make the company what it is and make sure that you realize on a daily basis that you are simply number to them that can be replaced whenever they feel you are getting too expensive for them. You'll never hear any appreciation for your work and much more importantly never see any either. After having worked there for multiple years, there were still members of management that I would see on a daily basis that still didn't know my name. Probably one of the few employers you will find that have a fortune 500 company management structure with a mere 45 employees, extremely top heavy.The job however is a great opportunity to learn about aviation and learn the industry. The people you will work with, the daily grinders that make the company what it is are tight knit and often will hang out outside work, and enjoy working with one another. It is a great atmosphere to be apart of if you don't care about pay or career advancement. They do currently have a fair ETO plan in place (for now) when they aren't forcing you to pay it out for covid or the owners new planes not sure which one it was.Benefits for full time employees are "OK" at best. You'll have a nice ETO/PTO set up for 6 months after you get there. The health insurance is the cheapest thing out there that a company can probably buy for insurance (terrible coverage). There is NO overtime allowed anymore. Decent 401k plan.Morale is often shot everyday. During the COVID-19 pandemic, most companies that were deemed essential were helping employees with raises for those kept on or giving bonuses to those they could. While the owner at this company brought people into a conference room, explained to them that they're up a % from last year, and felt that instead of giving it back to the employees that busted their you know what all summer during COVID to make that increase in profit a reality and keep the business going on a skeleton crew, they decided that buying two planes and making those employees work on them daily would be a better decision. Just so those people would know every day what is important to them. I'd also add beware of other reviews on Indeed. Pay attention to the who posted the review, as they do ask current employees to post "puff" pieces online to improve their image. A good example of this is during the Covid 19 pandemic, managers that had been there for years were given the boot to cut costs. Of course you would need to fill those positions within as whomever is underneath them are doing the same job for far less money. They can't hire out for those positions as no one else would do it for the pay that they're currently paying their "managers".To put it plain and simple, this is good entry level job with little to no opportunity for any career advancement. But if you do happen to be one of the "chosen" few that they think are good enough to become a supervisor, they will not pay you accordingly. At the end of the day all they care about is how much money they can make, they do NOT care about their employees.

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