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Great company
Ramp Lead (Former Employee), Dorval,QCApril 24, 2012
My day at servisair consisted of offloading and loading passenger baggage . My duty's as a Ramp Lead were to make sure the Ramp Agents are performing their duty's in a timely fashion in a safety first environment. I had to also make sure the outbound flights had no delays.
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cool
Ramp Agent (Former Employee), San Francisco, CAOctober 14, 2014
fun to work with planes and fast paced environment, nice workers and managament
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great work team hard working and fun
ramp agent (Current Employee), Dublin, DSeptember 29, 2014
Cons: great hours
I love working in that envirement
I have learned a lots new things
my collegs are great and real team work
there is nothing is hardest part if you follow all the procidures
the most enjoyable part when we meet the dead line and all well and safe
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ServisAir
Fueler (Former Employee), DetroitSeptember 22, 2014
It was a nice job I liked the people in it I should have stayed there honestly
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Terrible
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Sarasota, FLSeptember 17, 2014
Very Poor Management. They also do not work well under pressure.
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servisair is a company whom does not recognize the value of its employees
Fueler - Fill (Former Employee), Rosemont, ILSeptember 14, 2014
a typical day consist of writing reports, fueling different types of aircraft and lots of driving.i'd learned alot form this company but the hardest part about this job is the mandatory overtime. the most enjoyable part was getting paid weekly.
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Smell like gas while working around airplanes that can suck you in and spit you out like gum.
Aircraft Fueler (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CASeptember 14, 2014
Pros: awesome co-workers
Cons: everything smells like jet fuel
You drive around in a fueling truck smelling of jet fuel while fueling the airplanes. You need to know some basic math skills like converting gallons to lbs and lbs to kilos. The supervisors are awesome and the co-workers are some of the best people I've known.The hardest part is trying not to smell like Jet fuel at the end of the day but the co-workers – more... make the job worth it. – less
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Fast Paced
Baggage Handler/Loader (Former Employee), Gatwick AirportAugust 23, 2014
Days varied from either working under the airport terminal sorting nd scanning the baggage and loading onto correct trailers for that particular flight then driving the load to the aircraft stand.

On a different day I would be loading to baggage/bins into the aircraft holds and unloading for transportation to the terminal.

It was important to have – more... a strong team ethic to ensure we got the bags to the aircraft or loaded them onto the aircraft within our time limits so to not cause costly delays in a safe manner while always being very alert for any security issues. – less
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Ramp Agent (Former Employee), Fort Myers, FLAugust 22, 2014
The managers are rude, the hours are long. You dont get to go home on your scheduled time. Only 8.50 an hour.
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Not a place to advance, not enough pay for the work done, too manny resposabilities, no benefits
passenger service (Former Employee), Orlando International AirportAugust 21, 2014
Pros: place to start if you want to escalade in the aviation business but not to stay for a long term
Cons: no benefits, not enough pay
I did enjoy learning the aviation systems, different airlines I worked for, different cultures, I truly enjoy working with people, my experience as a customer service was very pleasant, I enjoy helping others and solving problems over all ,, it was great to be reliable at all times, but unfortunately the benefits and pay could be better, specially after – more... being with company for more than 2 years of service, I got alone with everyone, hardly ever had issues with others, there was nothing hard about my job and duties, Management has to be more agressive in a good way, and focus on bringing persons who really help in the business, recognize the employees who work hard for the company more often. – less
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Everyday different
Passenger Service Representative (Former Employee), Manchester Airport, ENGJuly 31, 2014
Pros: used to be cheap travel abroad
Cons: very long hours and night work in a basically empty airport
Very good company providing no cut backs from airlines then staff needs reducing
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My Co-workers...
Jet Fuel Technician/ Acting Supervisor (Former Employee), Burbank, CAJuly 30, 2014
My Co-workers were the best group of guys I've worked with. You talk about a team that really knew what they were doing.
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Friendly place to work
Stand-up Operations Supervisor (Current Employee), Castle Donington, ENGJuly 8, 2014
Pros: working 4 days on and having 4 days off
Cons: long days
Working in the aviation industry every working day is different and you are always faced with new challenges on a daily basis, I am always learning new skills as I go in my current job and this has helped me to progress to being a stand up operations supervisor, When I am the shift supervisor I take great pride in doing the best I can to ensure that – more... all the staff are happy and that the work that both I and the staff undertake is to the highest standard possible. – less
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productive and fun workplace
Ground Handling Supervisor (Former Employee), trinidad and tobagoJuly 6, 2014
everyday is something different you would have to deal with, there was never a boring day
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Exciting and fast paced
Customer Service Agent (Current Employee), Grand Rapids, MIJune 22, 2014
Pros: friendly staff, fun at job.
Cons: no benefits, no advancement
Working at Servisair for Southwest is an exciting job opportunity assisting passengers with questions about their flight and luggage. Also working with passengers at the gate and assisting them with last minute needs is fast paced and the feeling of satisfaction from working around a multimillion aircraft with passengers is a good feeling.
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Incompetent Management
Operations/Deicing Manager (Former Employee), DFW AirportJune 20, 2014
Pros: networking possibilities abound
Cons: gm is a micro manager and has no ground handling experience
Micro-managing in ground operations is a recipe for disaster
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great opportunity
Fueling Manager (Current Employee), chicagoJune 12, 2014
very fast paced, challenging environment. something different to deal with every day.
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Good
Driver and Loader (Former Employee), Dublin, DMay 21, 2014
I've learned to operate the aircraft to operate and manage the airport machinery and equipment, managment was cool, they treated me very polite and nice staff a few exceptions, were also good, the hardest work was force-feeding and fine-tuning room, I'd like to thank this company for everything you did for me.
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customer services
Passenger Service Agent (Former Employee), London, ENGApril 30, 2014
Basic operation training. Arrivals and departures procedures
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Hard work for little pay
Fueler (Current Employee), St. Louis, MOApril 29, 2014
Pros: its a job
Cons: only 9.25 per hour to start. union dues are 63.00 month benefits (medical) very expensive
Only 9.25 per hour to start.
Union dues are 63.00 month
Benefits (medical) very expensive

About Servisair

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