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This is to inform you that we do have the job openings in the aviation industry for the Airline Jobs Baggage Handler
Baggage and cargo handlers must load and unload passenger baggage, mail, food supplies, commercial freight, or other cargo into or out of the aeroplanes cargo hold.
Handlers often operate baggage conveyors, forklifts, and various freight vehicles.
For security reasons, baggage and cargo handlers are required to wear company uniforms and picture identification.
At some airlines, the baggage and cargo handlers also de-ice the aircraft, clean the aircraft interior and exterior, and perform other pre-flight tasks.
Generally, the smaller the airlines, the less specialized the positions will be, including baggage and cargo handlers.
This is also true for corporate aircraft and some regional airlines or charter aircraft companies.
The primary challenge for baggage and cargo handlers is the physical demand of the job. Depending on the airport's location, the weather may also be challenging.
Working at an airport in Denver means working in freezing cold winter temperatures.
In Phoenix, summer temperatures can soar into the triple digits.
Regardless, the handlers must work quickly and efficiently.
Handlers must also ensure that the loads are properly secured within the hold to prevent them from shifting during the flight which can be very dangerous.
Handlers must make sure that baggage and cargo are routed to the correct location and onto the right plane.
When problems arise, the handler may have the frustrating job of tracking down lost baggage. Handlers often work long hours, on weekends, and through the night.