no two days the same, controllers would assign us jobs. It was down to us to decide which job to be completed first or decide how best to carry out the jobs so that airlines can leave on time.
We'd pick up passengers from the terminal and transport them to the aircraft and vice versa. The vehicle we driver were Class 2 vehicles, we'd drive on apron roads sharing the same space with other vehicles and planes.
Once at the plane we'll get vehicle into position and raise the body the vehicle up to the plan door.
The hardest part the job is to be alert and be aware surrounding, since we'd be crossing live taxiways with planes criss crossing us all the time.
We worked as a team, even more so with other companies within the airport as we fight for the same place around planes. We all have a job to do and try our best to get job done so plane leaves on time so we help out and agree best way to stay out each others way or how best to share the same space.
Outdoor, no two days the same, great environment
summer peak period can be long and tiring