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Our Specialty Seating Systems is recognized as a leading designer, developer, and manufacturer of a broad spectrum of aerospace specialty seating products. Our state-of-the-art, 16g dynamically certified cockpit and cabin crew seats, passenger seats, and 30g crashworthy helicopter seats are showcased on commercial, regional, business, and military aircraft for most major OEMs. Our portfolio includ...
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Posted Tue 14th April
Jobs within the airline/aviation industry include pilot, co-pilot, flight attendant, flight engineer, cargo handlers and supervisors, equipment mechanics and service techs, manufacturing assembly and mechanics, airfield operations specialists, airport service agent and terminal controller, airport tower controller and air traffic controller. Due to the changes in the industry inflicted by the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, airline and aviation services have dropped off in past years, but are showing a comeback. Some major airlines are continuing to be in financial difficulty while others are thriving. Overall, airline industry jobs will increase about as fast as average. Before joining an airline or deciding to enter this field, research the industry and each company's history to make an educated decision about its likelihood of success and longevity.
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