A ground steward/stewardess refers to staff members who are designated to carry out duties on the ground.
A ground steward/stewardess refers to staff members who are designated to carry out duties on the ground. Airlines/ companies employ personnel who work at airports to ensure smooth transport of passengers and their luggage to and from their airplanes. a person who performs this duty is called a ground staff/ ground steward/ stewardess or passenger service agent .
Ground staff is hired by airlines to attend to passengers before /in-between / after a flight .People in this position work intensively with the public, answering questions and assisting passengers with various needs. Work hours can be adventurous due to the fact that all airports operate 24 hours a day. Duties include, taking reservations, issuing tickets, verifying passenger’s identification, printing boarding passes and helping travelers to check in their baggage at ticket counters. These are some of the duties and responsibilities of a ground steward/ stewardess.
The boom in the aviation industry has opened the door for the demand of ground staff. With the extremely lucrative nature of these jobs, the prospects for a career in the aviation industry are extremely bright.
17 Years and above
10+2 pass. Any stream
5.2 inch and above. Normal eyesight or correct vision with contact lenses, pleasing personality.