Not much to it, open the door then close the door. My favorite part is closing the door cause then they're all getting the f*$& outta my face
Working in a hub city is tough, work 4-5 flights a day out of your gate...its been said (at least for us at AirTran) that any ATL agent could be a supervisor or manager in an outstation...its 100% true.
Push one flight to Miami turn around 5 minutes later and catch a plane from Boston to turn a flight to Dallas 25 minutes later.
I can't count the number of nights I've had dinner on my jetway waiting for a plane to come in, or that I've had to sit in the cold to eat because there is no where else to go.
To add to all of that I'm a GSC in Atlanta, which gives me added things to do on top of the normal work as an agent.
Thinking over everything, I wouldn't trade this job for anything, except maybe something else in the industry.