• Ramp Agent (HNL)

    Job Locations US-HI-Honolulu
    Job ID
    Fleet Services
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    The Ramp Agent is responsible for all of the below wing operations of various air carriers. The work environment is fast paced and team based. Working conditions are outside, in the ramp area of the airport where you can expect to encounter the elements of working outdoors. It is a physically demanding position, requiring regular and continuous lifting up to 70lbs, as well as operating different equipment/vehicles on a regular basis.  Individuals who want to thrive in a fast paced environment and enjoy physical work will be successful on our FST Team. There is an emphasis on strict adherence to airport ramp and safety procedures.


    • Portray a positive company image and engage in professional and friendly communications with all team members and customers
    • Operate equipment and service the aircraft according to the company’s safety standards
    • Marshaling aircraft in and out of gate areas
    • Work in the bag room, organizing and accurately sending incoming and outgoing baggage to the correct aircraft or arrival baggage carousel
    • Operate various ramp equipment such as tugs, belt loaders, ground power units (GPU), water carts, air-conditioning (AC) units, push back tractors, container loaders, and lavatory carts or trucks
    • 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 are mandatory
    • 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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