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Program managers implement, coordinate, and report for airport programs or contracts.
Aviation logisticians oversee activities including purchasing, shipping and transportation, inventory, warehousing, and delivery.
Avionics technicians are often needed to analyze and solve complex electronic problems.
Cargo and freight agents facilitate shipments of goods through airline, train, and trucking terminals and shipping docks.
Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors may also assist and brief passengers on safety and emergency procedures.
Aviation and airport civil engineers work occurs in and on airport property and working hours may include day or night shifts depending on the project.
An electrical engineer designs, tests and develops products and systems that are powered by electricity.
New aircraft designs undergo years of testing before they are put into service because the failure of key parts during flight can be fatal.
A fixed base operator (FBO) is a retail firm that sells general aviation products or services at an airport. The FBO Manager may supervise one or two people, or as many as one hundred workers.
Airline companies are required by law to employ flight attendants for the safety and security of passengers; corporate flight attendants may work alone in a plane's cabin to ensure the safety and