• Cabin Appearance Team (HNL)

    Job Locations US-HI-Honolulu
    Job ID
    Fleet Services
    Regular FT/PT
  • Overview

    The Cabin Appearance Team (CAT) member performs the cleaning and servicing of aircraft interiors. Cabin cleaning is done using specified cleaning chemicals, materials and equipment. The CAT is responsible for cleaning seatback pockets, seat cushions, tray tables, overhead bins, cabin cockpit, galley, and lavatories. The Agent is responsible for stocking supplies onboard the aircraft which include toilet paper, sanitary products, drinking cups, napkins, and condiments in galley areas and lavatories. Remove and dispose of trash from work areas. Keep ramp area and supply areas clean and free of debris. Complete all work assignments within specific time constraints. Communicate with supervisor to ensure timely reporting of any lost items found on aircraft left by a customer as well as any identifying any damaged items in the work area or aircraft cabin.  No prior experience necessary.  Paid on the job training.


    • Portray a positive company image and engage in professional and friendly communications with all team members and customers
    • Vacuum aircraft hallways, corridors, seat areas, other areas as assigned
    • Perform customer specific duties such as replacing magazines, water, seat covers, etc.
    • Empty trash receptacles, seat pockets, and trash left in other areas
    • Wiping down tray tables, and other areas as assigned
    • Restocking blankets and pillows
    • Cleaning and sanitizing of aircraft laboratories
    • Other duties as assigned (may include work in different departments under special circumstances)


    • High school Diploma or GED equivalent
    • At least 18 years of age
    • Valid driver's license and clean abstract
    • Flexible schedule including weekends and/or holidays preferred
    • Authorized to work in the U.S.
    • Must pass pre-employment drug-test
    • Must be able to obtain an AOA Badge and other airport requirements
    • Must be able to work in a team-oriented environment


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