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If you are still in the job hunting process, we have good news for you. Airport jobs have various open positions you can apply to.
To make an airport operate as better as possible, it takes a huge number of workers. Passengers depend on mechanics, pilots, ticket agents, security, and clerks to create a safe transportation center.
A job working with an airport is a good alternative to working with an airline. Although travel opportunities are fewer, airport employment offers much of the same excitement.
Airport work can also be a stepping stone to airline jobs, if that is your ultimate goal. Once you have aviation industry experience, it will give you an edge when applying for airline positions later on.
THESE ARE THE BENEFITS YOU CAN COUNT ON:
Airlines offer excellent benefits to its employees:
- Sick pay
- Vacation pay
- Comprehensive medical
- Basic life insurance
- Flexible spending accounts
- Retirement plan
- Discounts for employee and his family
LIST OF AVAILABLE AIRPORT JOBS
Airport Representative, Aircraft Fueler, Cabin Agent, Airport Services Supervisor, Customer Service Agent, Baggage Handler, Line Service Technician, Ramp Agent, Flight Dispatcher, Reservation Sales Agent, Airline Flight Instructor…
Airport Operations Office – $16.72 per hour
Customer Service Representative – $12.19 per hour
Ramp Agent – $10.50 per hour
Transportation Security Officer – $15.34 per hour
Airport Operations Supervisor – $19.40 per hour
Maintenance Technician – $13.85 per hour
LARGEST US AIRLINES
With a combined market cap of nearly $130B, the top seven domestic airlines carry an enormous majority of air passengers in the U.S. They service hundreds of destinations all over the world, flying more than 740 million revenue passenger miles.