FLIGHT ATTENDANT AND PASSENGER SERVICE AGENT (Former Employee) – Whitehorse, YT – 22 October 2018
Such a good employer. Every day brought something new and exciting. Not a 9-5 job. It allowed me to have some great experiences that I never would have been able to have otherwise. If you enjoy talking with people and engaging in conversation with the added benefit of travel then this is the place to work.
Ramp Service Agent (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – 26 March 2018
Typical day on the ramp involves periods of heavy lifting and rushing for deadlines, followed by roughly equal periods of down time. Ramp workers work outside in all weather (except thunderstorms), so you can expect heat, cold, and (in Vancouver especially) wet. Avoid this job if you have a bad back.
This company has better-than-average training, and is improving their training system by developing organized classes for new employees.
DUTY MANAGER (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 14 January 2018
You never really know what to expect on any given day, but thats just life at the airport. I started as a ramp agent and made it to a Duty Manager in less then two years. It is a young and fun team, definitely disorganized. Learned a lot about time management and had to have good problem solving skills.
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Vancouver Airport – 2 September 2017
Challenging and rewarding job! Great team, exciting hours. Sometimes stressful when interacting with passengers. Many co-workers to depend on, lots of opportunities for flexible hours and difference jobs within company.