Ramp agents perform the handling of cargo (mail, express, baggage, freight, and company material) on and off aircraft, carts, containers, and trucks. Read and fill out legibly, cargo documents and forms necessary to the operational requirements of the airline. Includes ability to perform data entry.
The cleaning and servicing of aircraft interiors, including cabin cockpit and lavatories: checking, handling, assembling, removing and installing passenger service cabin furnishings and supplies according to list specifications. Transporting furnishings and supplies to and from aircraft interiors.
External servicing of the aircraft including lavatory, potable water, external electricity, air start, and pre-conditioned air. Deicing of aircraft including filling de-icer with measured amounts of appropriate chemicals and water as needed. Arrival and departure activities of aircraft including cleaning aircraft windshield; pushing, towing, and related guide person functions.
About GAT Airline Ground Support:
The Company, originally General Aviation Terminal, Inc., was formed as a branch of a fixed-based operation in Mobile, Alabama in 1963 to provide aviation ground support. Since then, the Company has grown into a quality-driven airline service company, developing successful business relationships with major carriers across the United States. The Company provides a broad range of airline support services including ticket counter and gate passenger processing, ramp operations, cabin services, skycap, cargo handling, charter screening, GSE maintenance, janitorial and security screening services in 28 locations nationwide. The Company's management philosophies include a high degree of owner and senior management involvement, innovative safety strategies, positive employee relations as well as focused operational and service responsiveness.
The Company is a WBENC certified Women Owned Business.
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