Pacific Coastal have a very specific way of doing things, and they don't really have a lot of patience for anybody who doesn't fit into that mold. They are not flexible regarding schedule, work-life balance, or vacation time. Compensation was adequate but not competitive. Management is polite, but much more interested in you as a cog in their machine than in who you are as a person.
You will be expected to track and report everything you do very closely, work indefinite unscheduled overtime in the event of delays, and pay for half of your mandatory uniform. The guest/passenger experience is explicitly secondary to meeting performance metrics.
I worked with some very nice people, at least two of whom should be headhunted by bigger airlines where their talents can be put to better use.
Polite Coworkers, Unique Job Challenges
Unsupportive Management, Delayed Flights, Lost Bags