Aircraft Line Service (Current Employee) – YYZ – 9 June 2018
Exceptional training, extremely knowledgeable team, excellent pay, excellent work environment. Very organized. Many benefits and job perks. Advancement encouraged especially if you posses skills that can be developed. Not ideal for inexperienced aviation workers.
Many incentives and opportunities, intense training, morale of employees important
Long hours, lots of walking, weather conditions can be a challenge. Very time sensitive.
PASSENGER SERVICE AGENT /MISHANDLED BAGGAGE AGENT (Former Employee) – toronto pearson – 26 February 2014
• Issue and check tickets and travel documents handle money (i.e. cash, credit card, traveler's checks and foreign currency) and process travel vouchers. • Operate a computerized passenger ticket terminal. • Ensure that cabin seats or space is available and verify passenger count. • Check in baggage and direct passenger to designated area. • Respond to telephone inquiries. • Handle passengers requiring special assistance, such as disabled passengers, parents with infants, etc. • Take lost and found reports and Log and store baggage left over from flight. Maintain log of all unclaimed baggage • Great traveler’s guests while handling assistance requests. Manage gate procedure and also ensure safe traveling. • Highly skilled in greeting and checking-in passengers • In-depth knowledge of providing passengers with general travel information • Customer focused and good attention to detail • Able to give accurate and detailed information regarding flight schedules • Demonstrated ability of verifying passenger departure documents • Comprehensive knowledge of making reservations, prepare and issue tickets and journey, calculation of fares and issuance of refunds
• Effectuer les travaux de maintenance suivants: remplacement, installations, inspections, ajustements des différents moteurs, équipement et systèmes (Hydraulique, pneumatique, fuel, air climatisé, portes, landing gear, flight control). • Assurer la maintenance des avions avant et après le vol. •
Seasonal Flight Attendant (Former Employee) – Toronto – 21 February 2013
Long hours but a dream job, I learned how to serve in the air and be safe at the same time. To use all my training and be accepted as an equal with all the employees. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the long hours and medical emergencies while in-flight. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to be in control of your position at hand and work well with others.
being treated as an equal and working your training in the real world