Airline Companies

Since airline companies operate flights for different destinations at any hours, their workers have to do night or day shifts. Moreover, many airline personnel work on holidays and weekends. On the other hand, airline companies usually carry out rounds of hiring to incorporate new personnel into their staff. The airline employers are reservation ticket agents, service technicians, flight engineers and travel clerks. In regard to earnings, this industry pays good salaries to highly trained and experienced workers. For instance, a flight engineer can earn a salary of $150,480 per year.

Aviation Companies by Category

Airline Companies found 3

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  • American Airlines
  • American Airlines

    Many transnational airlines headquartered in USA schedule flights over the world around-the-clock. Without doubt, one of the most important airlines in this country is American ...

  • Delta Air Lines Inc
  • Delta Air Lines Inc

    Delta Air Lines is the largest airline in the globe; it operates in more than 50 countries and it offers more than 350 destinations. It started in 1928 with the name of Delta Air ...

  • United Continental Holdings, Inc.
  • United Continental Holdings, Inc.

    United Continental Holdings, Inc. was found in 2010, as result of the union of two of the best airlines: United Airlines with Continental Airlines. Thanks to this union, United ...


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