LINE TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) – Adelanto, CA – 15 February 2018
Awful pay for such a hazardous job. Direct Aircraft, Maintenance and Fuel, Work as a team to maintain excellent customer service relations Able to be on your feet all day and able to work in all weather conditions Janitorial and light maintenance duties related to FBO facilities, hangars and equipment. Customer service desk duties in the absence of the CSR Fuel farm and fuel truck inspections and record keeping Aircraft lavatory services
Line Service Technician (Current Employee) – Kiln, MS – 26 November 2017
Million Air is a good Fixed Base Operator that caters to General Aviation aircraft and Military Training. Good work environment and friendly staff and coworkers. Management is understanding and helpful went needed.
Customer Service Representative Manager (Current Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – 21 September 2017
The coolest part of the job is what you see everyday...the different types of planes. They ranges from private to military air crafts. Depending on weather will determine whether it will be a busy or slow day at the FBO.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – 6 August 2017
Learn about aviation in a fun atmosphere! Management is organized. Mainly clerical and customer service duties as well as invoicing, upselling, data entry and hotel, transportation, and catering reservations. Meeting so many interesting people from around the world is the best part of the job!
Great Company to work for. They really take care of their own. Training is always available and Safety is # 1 priority. Its a real team environment and some of their employees have been there since the company has started.
Lineman/shift supervisor (Former Employee) – Alexandria, LA – 7 September 2016
Management needs a lot of work. They play the employees against each other instead of bonding and working as a team. The pay is good and they advance you quickly...which is part of the problem; too many chiefs. There is no benefits available though for such a dangerous type of job and you are expected to do more than what your job duties require without pay.
Ramp Lead (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – 4 April 2016
I would come in and prepare for arrival of privately owned aircrafts. We would range from 20 to 40 aircrafts a day, depending on the day or event going on in the area. In the early mornings, check the quality of the jet fuel and prepare for the day. I got along with well with my employer,employees and especially with the customers. When company would get a new franchisee, if company needed somebody to go and train new employees to the new culture I would be one of the employees they would send. I enjoyed my job being able to be around airplanes that not a lot of people have seen or heard of in the world.
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – 24 March 2016
Typical day at work: Come in the morning/ afternoon. Check equipment, vehicles. Check airplane fuel order, pull orders. Rest. repeat. What I learned: Airport operation.
The company knows that pilots are willing to do anything for the aviation experience. Thus company takes advantage of them with low compensation (minimum wage), and arbitrary work shifts. However Co-workers will generally have same interest as you. So they will be easy to work with.