Aircraft Service International
2.5 of 5 30 reviews
www.asig.com Orlando, FL 150 to 499 Employees
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$100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Rather than soaring through the skies, the company (dba Aircraft Service International Group, or "ASIG") offers flight support services to commercial planes on the ground. It provides refueling, as well as ground handling services, including baggage and cargo handling and transfer, cabin and lounge cleaning, and other related services. Technical services include de-icing and jetway maintenance. ASIG operates at about 70 airports worldwide, primarily in the US and the UK, but also in Europe, Central America, and Asia/Pacific. Sister company Signature Flight Support serves... More

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Keith P. Ryan

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Fueler

 Current Aircraft Fueler in Denver, CO

Pros: The management was easy to talk to and deal with. The people I worked with everyday whether it was another Fueler or a Dispatcher made the job fun and worth while. I looked forward to going into work and seeing everyone there. If you had a problem… Full Review

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Accepted OfferReviewed 5 weeks ago

Interview Details – Apply online and then you will be contacted by someone in corporate usually saying there will be an in person interview. The in person interview lasts usually less than 10-15 minutes. If you are selected the next thing that will happen will be a drug test and then working with a driver to see if…Full Interview

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Questions usually are just about where you have worked and the type of equipment you have driven before. Answer Question

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