Airline Jobs & Employment Application

Companies
 Air New Zealand Application
 AirTran Application
 Alaska Airlines Application
 Allegiant Air Application
 American Airlines Application
 Asiana Airlines Application
 Boeing Application
 British Airways Application
 Cathay Pacific Airlines Application
 Continental Airlines Application
 Delta Airlines Application
 Emirates Application
 Etihad Airways Application
 Frontier Airlines Application
 Hawaiian Airlines Application
 Japan Airlines Application
 JetBlue Airways Application
 Korean Air Application
 Lufthansa Airlines Application
 Malaysia Airlines Application
 Northwest Application
 Qantas Airlines Application
 Qatar Airways Application
 Singapore Airlines Application
 Southwest Airlines Application
 Spirit Airlines Application
 Thai Airways Application
 United Airlines Application
 US Airways Application
 Virgin America Application

Industry Outlook

The airline industry does not only comprise of pilots, but also the crew, which, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics comprise around 33 percent of all jobs in this industry. There are also a lot of other jobs like baggage handler, engineers and technicians and ticket agents. They also form an important part of the airline industry without which the everyday functioning cannot be performed at all. Then there is also the administrative support staff despite that the airline is a big or a small company. These include secretaries, data entry personnel and many other positions. There are also people from the management who hire individuals for their regular and overseas operations. The airline industry is increasing, according to the reports compared to the scenario a few years back.

Perks & Benefits

The airline employees enjoy a lot of perks compared to non-airline jobs. They do have the common things such as sick leave, medical, vision and dental compensation, life insurance benefits, schemes for retirement plans, accidental death as well as dismemberment coverage, vacation packages, obviously. On top of these, they enjoy free airfare for themselves and their immediate family members on company, airline and discounted airfare on other company airlines. Most of these benefits can be enjoyed from the first day of your job and many additional benefits might be added as time passes by and as your positions matures. They usually include parking and other bonuses.

Positions & Jobs

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The best jobs in the segment are those of pilots and their crew on board. If you really like travelling this just might be the job for you.  The flight attendant and administrative jobs come second to the pilots and they earn the second best in class income in this industry. Then there are avionics engineer, operations agent, ground controllers, regional sales manager, passenger service agent, and flight dispatcher. These all follow in an order for the number of competing jobs in the airline sector.

Flight Attendant Jobs

Job Duties

The first and foremost responsibility of a flight attendant is to ensure that the passengers are safe, and the next thing is to provide esteem customer service.

Job Qualification

The Labor Statistics Bureau of the US aggregates a record of 515,000 employees comprising the total aviation industry and around 20 percent of them are flight attendants. Thus, college degree is helpful.

Salary & Compensation

Thus, it is the first most sought position depending on the number of positions available. The salary estimate is $20k on an average excluding all the above benefits.