- Wisconsin Aviation, Inc.12.Jan 2016
Support from management
The budgets for equipment are a little lop sided. The aircraft maintenance techs ask for and receive whatever they need. The line service techs have to beg borrow and steal for the basic equipment to do the job correctly.
Within the Line Service Team we are tight knit and generally work in teams very well to accomplish goals. But outside the line cooperation is a bit of a struggle.
Overall compensation for your work
The pay here is not quite on par for other companies. But for the area it isn't awful either.
On the line the job is very physically demanding. But at the end of the day we're proud of the work we do.
What I like about the company
They're good people, and if you do the work you will feel appreciated. Easy to work with and feel prous of the work you do.
What I dislike about the company
There are times when the line techs are definitely placed as less important than other departments, especially when it comes to being properly equipped to do the work we need to accomplish. Often making matters worse is that other departments pick up on that and, specifically the maintenance staff treat the line as being less important or valuable.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyWisconsin Aviation, Inc.
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Current employee