As air travel demand goes up to pre-pandemic levels, the air travel industry is in need of people to join them. You can apply on these sites.
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Looking for a job? You might find it in the North Texan skies.
As air travel demand goes to pre-pandemic levels, airlines are in desperate need of people up front to cover it. The good news is that WFAA has gathered a list of companies with job openings all over the Dallas Fort Worth area with roles that go from entry level positions to management. There are also options open for flight attendants, pilots, engineers and mechanics.
Here are the airlines and airports waiting for your resume.
Our DFW Airport is looking to fill more than 30 different jobs in several divisions including infrastructure, finances, customer service, management, maintenance, engineering, and many more.
You can check all positions available at their website with detailed description of requirements, along with the application process.
If you need help applying, you can email them at [email protected].
American Airlines has more than 100 job openings across the country, and 44 of those are in their headquarters, in the city of Forth Wort.
They have every option available from customer service, supply chain, and administration. They are looking for flight attendants, pilots, representatives, engineers, and more.
Get your wings ready to fly and apply here.
Southwest is in need of full-time customer service representatives, data analysts, engineers, and flight attendants. You can find a full list of the jobs descriptions and get a look into what is available in Dallas at their website.
Spirit is also waiting for you to send your resume. For flight attendants, they have multiple openings across the country. Here at the DFW Airport, they are in need of technicians, pilots, and maintenance staff with curriculum.
But they also have entry-level positions in Dallas with a lot of learning opportunities for stock clerks. If you are interested in getting aviation knowledge with several work benefits, you can apply through their career site.
Mesa Airlines is a regional airline based in Phoenix, Arizona. They are looking for as many North Texans they can to join their company both on air and on the ground for airport operations.
They are located at the DFW Airport and you can check their job openings here. They need full-time people in charge of their day-to-day operations and crew. They are also looking for mechanics, flight attendants, warehouse clerk, and managers.
Piedmont Airlines needs people from coast to coast, but here in Dallas, they are looking for a regional training coordinator to teach QIK Sabre, Net Tracer and Ramp to other team members.
If you have knowledge in travel industry software and are interested in teaching others, you can apply here.
Hallmark Aviation Services
Hallmark is a company that works for airports offering crew and flight administration, baggage and customer services, handle claims, and lost and found services.
They are currently seeking for people to work at the DFW Airport as customer service representatives, a supervisor for customer service, and load control agents. They are also in special need of Korean-speaking representatives. Both full-time and part-time.
To learn more about these openings and apply, go to their career website, select the option you are interested in, and upload your resume. They have paid training and other work benefits listed.
Ameriflight is a cargo airline based in Dallas with opportunities for pilots, mechanics, and flight dispatchers.
To get a look at the requirements or program offers available in Dallas, you can head to their website and follow their application process. Here, you can find more information about details on salary, benefits, training, requirements, and even recruiting events coming up.
Envoy Air is a regional airline in need of people to work for them at their headquarters in Irving, Texas. At their career site, there are job listings in several fields including accounting, human resources, and the operations training department.
They specifically need a specialist in compensation and benefits, an accounting clerk, a program manager, and an instructor for simulator training. If this applies to you, you can apply here.