Airport Ramp Agent Resume

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Career Objective:

To hold an airport ramp agent position with an airline company who will value my organizational, and customer service skills and allow me to handle all duties entailed in the job.

Summary of Skills:

  • Skilled in driving heavy equipment loaded with luggage and supplies
  • Knowledge of the signaling systems to guide airplanes on the ramp
  • Experienced in loading and unloading luggage from the airplane
  • Complete understanding of the passengers’ safety procedures
  • Ability to communicate precisely orally, in writing, and on radio equipment
  • Skilled in grasping information on various flight schedules
  • Flexible in working on all shifts
  • Experienced in securing airport security clearance
  • Ability to lift 70 pounds, stand, bend, push and pull loaded cart
  • Possess a valid driving license and motor vehicle report

Work Experience:

Airport Ramp Agent
Southwest Airlines, Inc., Sherman Oaks, CA
May 2012 – Present

Responsibilities Include:

  • Load and unload baggage during airplane arrivals and departures
  • Perform basic aircraft servicing
  • Pass security check before entering the ramp
  • Drive heavy equipment to move baggage and supplies to the airport
  • Arrange baggage in place and in order by following handling instructions
  • Load drinking water supplies on board and service the lavatories
  • Check for any issues visible outside the plane and make it frost or ice-free
  • Raise alert if the safety of the aircraft and personnel is in danger

Airport Ramp Agent
Franklin Airways, Sherman Oaks, CA
March 2010 – April 2012

Responsibilities Involved:

  • Signaled planes for guiding them into and out of the gates
  • Handled loading and unloading of baggage and cargo
  • Operated cart tugs, diesel push-back tractors and luggage loader belts
  • Spayed deicer fluids on aircraft
  • Followed safety rules and regulations at the workplace
  • Delivered loaded bag carts to bag room using tugs
  • Unloaded bag cars onto the conveyor belt
  • Towed aircraft to remote areas at the airport

Education:

High School Diploma
Larry’s High School, Sherman Oaks, CA
2009

References:

Available upon Request