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Topic: AS In DEN, MCI, MSP, STL
Username: ridgid727
Posted 2012-11-13 19:40:53 and read 1407 times.

In DEN, MCI, MSP, STL does AS have their own ticketing and ground service staff? If not, which arilines provide ticketing and who provides ground services?

Topic: RE: AS In DEN, MCI, MSP, STL
Username: BMI727
Posted 2012-11-13 19:48:19 and read 1407 times.

I think in St. Louis it's taken care of by Delta, but I could be wrong.

Topic: RE: AS In DEN, MCI, MSP, STL
Username: Tomassjc
Posted 2012-11-13 19:54:26 and read 1407 times.

DEN is the only one of the 4 mentioned where AS has it's own Customer Service staff.

Tomas SJC

Topic: RE: AS In DEN, MCI, MSP, STL
Username: as739x
Posted 2012-11-13 19:56:45 and read 1407 times.

The stations are staffed by a AS Station Manager only. The rest of the staff is contracted. Some stations will share a Station Manager. MSP manager use to over-see another station in the beginning.

Topic: RE: AS In DEN, MCI, MSP, STL
Username: FlyASAGuy2005
Posted 2012-11-13 21:08:45 and read 1407 times.

Quoting ridgid727 (Thread starter):

DL does the above and below wing work for AS in MSP. They park on the F, odd side. I forget which gate but it's a low number. Maybe 5 or 7.

Topic: RE: AS In DEN, MCI, MSP, STL
Username: OOsnowRat
Posted 2012-11-14 06:25:16 and read 1406 times.

AS outsources all of its below-wing work in the Lower 48, including SEA.

Topic: RE: AS In DEN, MCI, MSP, STL
Username: NWAESC
Posted 2012-11-14 06:53:37 and read 1406 times.

DL handles both above & below wing functions for AS in MSP & STL. Not sure about DEN or MCI...

Topic: RE: AS In DEN, MCI, MSP, STL
Username: KingAir200
Posted 2012-11-14 07:35:48 and read 1406 times.

Quoting NWAESC (Reply 6):
Not sure about DEN or MCI...

DL has MCI too. DEN is a contract handling company on the ramp, as I recall.

Topic: RE: AS In DEN, MCI, MSP, STL
Username: Tomassjc
Posted 2012-11-14 08:32:59 and read 1406 times.

Quoting as739x (Reply 3):
The stations are staffed by a AS Station Manager only. The rest of the staff is contracted. Some stations will share a Station Manager. MSP manager use to over-see another station in the beginning.


Stations with outsourced Customer Service functions now have a CSL (Customer Service Lead) which is a AS union position. They basically handle supervisory functions. This frees up the Station Manager to possibly oversee another station as well.

Tom SJC

Topic: RE: AS In DEN, MCI, MSP, STL
Username: C767P
Posted 2012-11-14 09:06:11 and read 1406 times.

Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 4):
I forget which gate but it's a low number. Maybe 5 or 7.

Usually F3.


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