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digitjumbo
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Post by digitjumbo » 14 Aug 2007, 15:08

It is a small world outthere, Outsync. I'am a truckdriver at Aviapartner Catering. You remember me. So the next time I am on duty on Continental, i will try not too src*w up the work and load the airplane correctly :lol:

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Post by Outsync » 14 Aug 2007, 15:20

digitjumbo wrote:It is a small world outthere, Outsync. I'am a truckdriver at Aviapartner Catering. You remember me. So the next time I am on duty on Continental, i will try not too src*w up the work and load the airplane correctly :lol:
Name, lol?

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Post by digitjumbo » 14 Aug 2007, 15:53

I'am eric. And the next time I will do my job correctly (as always). See you tomorrow for another exicting day at the airport.

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Post by Outsync » 14 Aug 2007, 15:54

digitjumbo wrote:I'am eric. And the next time I will do my job correctly (as always). See you tomorrow for another exicting day at the airport.
Ah eric!
See you thursday, tommorow i'm off!

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Post by Outsync » 03 Sep 2007, 21:16

Rutger wrote:Student air traffic controller at Belgocontrol (as of September 3).

Nice to see such a mixture of jobs :)
How was the first day of work?

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Post by zteven » 06 Sep 2007, 16:13

Cartman wrote:Redcap (ramp supervision and loadsheet) @ Flightcare...
Outsync wrote: + some administration on a side note. Nevertheless very important because without me there would not be any food at all because I also have to make the loadsheet.
A slightly different loadsheet than the one from the catering though
:D
Indeed. What kind of 'loadsheet' is that anyway?

Is it something from our catering department? :wink:

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Post by Ops » 06 Sep 2007, 17:21

I've been looking at the flightchecker job as well but decided to become a loadcontroller...

Zteven, perhaps I know you from somewhere?

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Post by zteven » 06 Sep 2007, 17:44

Yes mister Ops, I think I know you as well. :)

As a fellow loadcontroller I must congratulate
you with your new job at Aviapartner.
May you sign many loadsheets! :banana:

See you on the tarmac.

Greetz



Steven

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Post by Outsync » 06 Sep 2007, 17:44

Ops wrote:I've been looking at the flightchecker job as well but decided to become a loadcontroller...

Zteven, perhaps I know you from somewhere?
The catering loadsheet is where everything has to be loaded on the aircraft, equipment + food...

I plan to apply for (red cap/loadmaster) whenever there is a vacancy.

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Post by HAWK21M » 07 Sep 2007, 12:25

I work on B732SF & B752SF currently in Maintenance at BOM 5 nights/week.
regds
MEL
Think of the Brighter Side!!!

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Post by KrisLHT » 20 Sep 2007, 21:43

Looks like a lot of people whit lots of different jobs!
Probably some of us have seen each other on the airport somewhere...

I work as technician for Lufhansa on the line and in the hangar.
Mostly 737 and 320. And soon Jet Airways :-)

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Post by Established02 » 20 Sep 2007, 22:08

KrisLHT wrote:I work as technician for Lufhansa on the line and in the hangar.

...

Mostly 737 and 320

...

And soon Jet Airways :-)
Do LHT employees have full travel benefits with Lufthansa and other airlines?

Why Jet Airways "soon"? Are they now having another contractor?

Today I saw some (LHT?) staff working on the Cargo B B747F.
Also the ALX B762 was pulled into the LHT hangar today.

Thanks

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Post by KrisLHT » 21 Sep 2007, 08:45

Established02 wrote:
KrisLHT wrote:I work as technician for Lufhansa on the line and in the hangar.

...

Mostly 737 and 320

...

And soon Jet Airways :-)
Do LHT employees have full travel benefits with Lufthansa and other airlines?

Why Jet Airways "soon"? Are they now having another contractor?

Today I saw some (LHT?) staff working on the Cargo B B747F.
Also the ALX B762 was pulled into the LHT hangar today.

Thanks
If you work for LHT you have travel benefits, but not the same as the staff in Germany. We can buy tickets at a (somewhat)cheaper rate and fly with star alliance.

Jet Airways "soon" because i'm following the 777 course with some other colleagues. Still 5 weeks to go and i can start working on the 777.
At this moment a dedicated team from Germany is handling Jet Airways.
After we've finished the course, we take over from them.

LHT is indeed also handling the Cargo B aircraft.
At this moment i don't know the story about ALX B762.
At least nr1 engine is already installed :-)

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Re: Where do you work at the airport?

Post by AF036 » 08 Oct 2008, 02:54

I work as F/O on EAT (DHL) Boeing 757
but we spend most of our time away from Belgium, mostly in LEJ!

cheers!

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Re: Where do you work at the airport?

Post by Jipe » 09 Oct 2008, 14:59

I work for Siemens Telecom at BRU as phone and network engineer. Always walking in the nicest place to work (payed to see airplanes) :lol:

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Re: Where do you work at the airport?

Post by flightlover » 09 Oct 2008, 19:33

Hi all,

I've been working at AP brussels for about 2 years right now.

I started out as luifelteam. Who mostly transport ULD's between the full cargo aircraft and the warehouse.

But these days I'm an ETV driver. I load/unload trucks with ULD containers and pallets and weigh them if needed. Empty the warehouse when they build up ULD's and shove them in if they need to be broken down. And also prepare the ULD's for pick-up when a flight comes in.

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Re: Where do you work at the airport?

Post by Alvaro » 26 Dec 2008, 16:30

I am now a Job-Student from 15th Dec. till 4Jan. in SkyShops Belgium A-Terminal as a seller.
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