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6 Airline Internship jobs found

  • Lift baggage, boxes, or cargo weighing up to 70 lbs. when loading/unloading aircraft, carts, and containers
  • Loading/unloading may require lifting over 100 items for a single aircraft
Posted 7 months ago
  • Serve as an internal consultant, providing business analyses to the management of various operating divisions on challenges and opportunities facing the airline
  • This may include one or more of the following: strategy, innovation and process improvement initiatives, performance analysis and data visualization, baggage performance, change management, safety and regulatory compliance, and station operations planning
Posted 7 months ago


  • Friendly and knowledge-sharing environment
  • Working in a multinational team supporting LHT facilities worldwide
Posted 8 months ago

Werkstudent:in Sustainability🇩🇪

Lufthansa - Norderstedt, SH


  • Unterstützung des Innovationsmanagementprozesses in Bezug auf Nachhaltigkeit
  • Vorbereitung der internen Kommunikation
Posted 8 months ago


  • Den hierfür notwendigen Austausch sowie anfallende Arbeiten koordinierst du selbstständig und verfolgst deren Umsetzung.
  • Deine erarbeiteten Ergebnisse bereitest du entsprechend auf und stellst diese dem Team vor.
Posted 8 months ago
  • The role is a part of the Revenue Engineering Team within our Revenue Management group.
  • This role is responsible for developing and driving improvements in Revenue Management and Network Planning systems by building automation forecasting and optimization engines that are responsible for increased performance and revenue for all flights in the American Airlines network.
Posted 8 months ago
United Airlines
Ramp Service Employee + $10000 Sign-On Bonus!
United Airlines - Posted 7 months ago
$20/hour  + Equity
*high salary
*Based on 0 Ramp Agent salary records


San Francisco, CA

no experience required
Company size
84k employees

Airport:  San Francisco Intl

Ramp Agent Job description

There’s never been a more exciting time to join United Airlines! We’re on a path toward becoming the best airline in the history of aviation. Our shared purpose – Connecting People, Uniting the World – is about more than getting people from one place to another. It also means that as a global company that operates in hundreds of locations around the world with millions of customers and tens of thousands of employees, we have a unique responsibility to uplift and provide opportunities in the places where we work, live, and fly, and we can only do that with a truly diverse and inclusive workforce. And we’re growing – in the years ahead, we’ll hire tens of thousands of people across every area of the airline.

Our careers include a competitive benefits package aimed at keeping you happy, healthy, and well-traveled. From world-class benefits like 401k and space available travel privileges, United is truly a one-of-a-kind place to work. Are you ready to travel the world?

The Ramp Service Employee (RSE) is responsible for processing baggage, boxes, and/or cargo between baggage/cargo areas in the airport facilities and aircraft, as well as receiving and dispatching aircraft. We pride ourselves on being an on-time airline and are seeking dedicated individuals that understand a fast-paced environment while maintaining high-quality standards of operational safety and customer service.

Key Responsibilities

  • Lift baggage, boxes, or cargo weighing up to 70 lbs. when loading/unloading aircraft, carts, and containers
  • Loading/unloading may require lifting over 100 items for a single aircraft
  • Push/pull loaded and empty carts and containers during loading/unloading operations
  • Couple/uncouple carts and/or cargo container dollies
  • Ascend/descend jet-way stairs while carrying baggage
  • Bend/stoop and crawl to move and stack/unstack cargo in aircraft and containers
  • Complete safety checklists for motorized equipment
  • Drive and operate motorized equipment (e.g., conveyor belt)
  • Read and interpret aircraft load sheets, checked baggage tags, and cargo labels
  • Count baggage/cargo being uploaded/unloaded during operations
  • Use signaling devices to communicate with co-workers or flight crew
  • Ensure compliance with United and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations and policies


What's needed to succeed (minimum requirements)

  • High School Diploma, GED, or education equivalent
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must possess a valid state-issued driver’s license
  • Acceptable driving record
  • Must pass a background check
  • Must be eligible to acquire and maintain credentials vital for the position
  • Position-specific clearances include but are not limited to FAA, TSA, Port Authority, U.S. Customs and U.S. Postal Service clearances
  • Must pass a pre-placement physical abilities test, hearing and vision tests, and drug screen
  • Available during day and night shifts, weekends, and holidays; mandatory overtime may be required based on operational need
  • Able to read, write and speak English fluently
  • Can lift up to 70 lbs
  • Able to perform a variety of physical activities including bending, stooping, climbing, and working in tight spaces
  • Work outdoors in all temperatures and weather conditions
  • Work where there will be exposed to high noise levels
  • Must NOT have lived outside of the United States in the past 3 years for any period longer than six months, with the exception of military duty or government-approved exceptions
  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States for any employer without sponsorship
  • Successful completion of interview required to meet job qualifications
  • Reliable, punctual attendance is a crucial function of the position

What we provide

  • Competitive benefits
  • Discounted travel
  • Career advancement opportunities