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6 days ago

Operations Center Coordinator - Honolulu, HI (Food Services)

United Airlines Honolulu, HI

Travel subject to service charges/restrictions. Bonuses awarded only under terms of United's policies. NO AGENCIES PLEASE Please note that this… United Airlines

4 days ago

Transportation Coordinator - Mandarin Speaking - Houston, TX (Food Services)

United Airlines Houston, TX

Please note that this position will be hired under the subsidiary Continental Airlines divisional work rules until joint work rules are obtained… United Airlines

5 days ago

Coordinator - Airport Operations Station Support - Lihue, HI (Airport Operations

United Airlines Lihue, HI

Assists managers and supervisors by performing administrative activities and functions associated with scheduling, payroll, accounts payable, report… United Airlines

4 days ago

Senior Analyst – Cargo SalesForce.com Administrator - Chicago, IL (Cargo)

United Airlines Chicago, IL

United Cargo is seeking an experienced SFDC administrator to act as a central resource providing ongoing development, support and implementation for… United Airlines

7 days ago

Senior Analyst - eCommerce Requirements and Messaging - Chicago, IL (Marketing)

United Airlines Chicago, IL

The Senior Analyst, eCommerce is responsible for creating best in class customer experience by empowering passengers with rich, real-time information… United Airlines

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    Current Employee - Flight Attendant in Newark, NJ
    Current Employee - Flight Attendant in Newark, NJ

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    The best part about working for an airline (other than the travel benefits) is that there is always room to grow. If you are burned out from flying there are office opportunities that you can compete for. If you feel you need more of a challenge while in flight, you can apply to be a service manager. You never feel "stuck" like you have to do the same thing for the rest of your life.


    Reserve sucks. It takes so much out of you. They really need to change the reserve system because straight reserve for years is not healthy at all!

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    Please consider changing the reserve system. You are losing many brilliant flight attendants to Delta for this reason alone.

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