Every day Air Canada connects the world, bringing people together across six continents. And it’s our team of Ramp Agents that make sure all our flights get safely off the ground. To join us at our main hubs – Vancouver (YVR), Montreal (YUL) or Toronto (YYZ) , you don’t need airport experience, there’s full training. What’s more, we believe in promoting from within, and as Canada’s largest airline that means a whole world of new places to take your career. Connect with your future in aviation.
People travelling, meeting up, moving. As a Station Attendant, working at the heart of this fast-paced hub, you’ll do much more than move luggage and freight. You’ll be out on the tarmac, whatever the weather, directing aircraft, driving ramp-servicing vehicles and operating loading equipment. We’re a very diverse crew that works closely together to make sure the aircraft are secure and ready to depart on time.
There’s no such thing as a typical day for our ground Station Attendants. But here are the kind of things we get up to.
Direct flight AC401 to the gate
Drive loading equipment
Move luggage into the aircraft
We offer a reward package with a wide range of financial benefits,like enrollment in the pension program from your first day, an annual Profit Sharing Plan and an Employee Share Ownership Program.
Enjoy one of the most generous employee travel programs in the industry. From day one, you, your family and friends can take advantage of special rates.
We value your wellbeing, which is why we offer a wide variety of benefit plans, including Health, Dental, Life Insurance and Disability coverage – for you and your family.
Choose how you’d like to work with us – full or part-time. You can also trade shifts with other Station Attendants, giving you some flexibility in your shift pattern.
We’ll help you build your career in aviation. You’ll learn the ins and outs of the airline business and can connect with opportunities across one of North America’s largest airlines.
Take a look at what our team thinks of life as a Ramp Agent. And read how some of them have gone on from here to build a career in aviation.
“Although I only started this year, I love my job. The atmosphere at the airport is exciting and being around the planes is a special privilege. This is the perfect job if you enjoy being part of a team and keeping active.”
“I have worked as a Station Attendant for 24 years with Air Canada. One of the biggest challenges is working outdoors all year round. Despite the weather, I love my job and am proud to work for Air Canada.”
“I began my career in Toronto 39 years ago as a Station Attendant. Over the years, I’ve worked in different positions across Air Canada. Today, I’m Vice President, Airports, North America, leading a team of over 10,000.”
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