Becoming an Aircraft Baggage Handler and Airline Ground Crew
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Becoming an Aircraft Baggage Handler and Airline Ground Crew

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Loads and unloads baggage, directs planes, positions staircases, fills aircraft fuel tanks and performs other aircraft ground services to ensure aircraft operations run efficiently. Registration or licensing is required.
Training time - No data available -
Avg. weekly wage $1,146
Employment prospects Moderate
Employment size 1,600

What does an Aircraft Baggage Handler and Airline Ground Crew do?

  • driving plant to worksite
  • driving and manoeuvring plant on site
  • selecting and fitting attachments to plant
  • manipulating controls to operate attachments mechanically, hydraulically and electrically, and to move materials
  • monitoring operation of plant directly and by referring to instruments
  • monitoring condition of plant, performing minor repairs and reporting mechanical faults

Specialisations

  • Ramp Agent