Congratulations and welcome to the to company. You might want to check the books "Maverick" and "Worst to First" out of the library. They would give you a pretty good background of the airline and where the corporate philosophy is today. Did they tell you where you would be going for your training?
Yeah but good luck getting a seat. Those planes are absolutely booked full 11 months out of the year and you have to be extremely careful or you will get stuck. All I can say is thank goodness for the jumpseat.
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Does each ramp agent have the opportunity to work them all?
He sure will. Even at the hubs you can get delegated to the RJ
's if they need help or to the mainline, minus the wide bodies, if they are short there.
Warm winds blowing, heating blue skies, and a road that goes forever. I'm going to Texas!