Airline Station Managers oversee the ground service operations of a commercial airline in an air terminal. They are assigned in the airports where the airline flies to and can be expatriates or from local ground handling agents in overseas airports. Station Managers mange the resources in the airport and provide administrative and supervisory oversight to all aspects passenger, baggage, cargo and aircraft maintenance operations in remote overseas stations.
Airline Station Manager CV Format
Denholm T. Raines
Queens St.,, Honolulu
Phone: (808) 411-5876
To work as a Station Manager of an airline in an international airport
2002 – Present: Station Manager, Air France, Honolulu International
- Maintain excellent relations with air traffic control, airport authorities and airlines operating out of the airport
- Coordinate with airport authorities in changes to be implemented in opening and closing of airport check-in counters and assignment of boarding gates to ensure the priority given to the airline for these resources are not compromised,
- Coordinate with accredited crew hotels to ensure that cabin and cockpit crew is ready for the scheduled flight departure schedules.
- Coordinate catering and cargo uplift operations to ensure flight is not delayed
- Supervise airport check-in, baggage handling, lounge and boarding operations.
Skills and Qualification
- Excellent organization, supervisory and managerial skills with multitasking abilities under extreme work pressures
- Excellent communication, social and interpersonal skills in dealing with passengers and inter-office relations
Received commendations for smooth ground service operations and customer service in from 2007 to the present
1997 – 2000: BA Commerce, University of Cincinnati
Professional and Character References
To be furnished upon request