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Line Service Technicians usually work in airports and are responsible for checking if there is enough fuel for the aircraft to reach its destination. Key responsibilities include guiding parking aircrafts, towing planes, using hand signals, monitoring fuel levels, checking the oil level, de-icing airplanes, and reporting potential damage. Based on our most successful resume samples for this job, Line Service Technicians should demonstrate technical skills, accuracy, an eye for details, time management, and strong communication skills. Eligible candidates highlight aviation-related training in their resumes and have a valid driver's license.

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Quality Control & Line Service Technician

Assessed company documents and incorporated ATA 103 Standards for Jet Fuel Quality Control and MIL-STD-1548E regulations.

  • Supervised yearly product filter changes, vessel inspections, tank inspections of refueler vehicles, and tank farm.
  • Instrumental in changing oil servicing procedures for loading and unloading refueler equipment
  • Managed quality control responsibilities while maintaining full time line service requirements.
Candidate Info
11
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
C
Certificate
BS
Aviation Management
12

Lead Line Service Technician

Qualified to tow general aviation aircraft

  • Supervised six line service technicians while overseeing ramp.
  • Conducted ground crew of seven for Fleet Week 2014
  • Ensured high quality of customer service while upholding strict safety standards
  • Aircraft marshalling and fueling
  • Responsible for ordering fuel product for daily aircraft arrivals and departures.
  • Maintain Daily fuel Inspections of fuel trucks and fuel farm.
Candidate Info
11
years in
workforce
9
years
at this job
C
Aircraft Maintenance
13

Line Service Technician

Service aircraft fuel and oil tanks, ensuring correct product is given per flight crew, manufacture and environmental specifications.

  • Connect ground power units to aircraft as requested by the crew.
  • Marshall aircraft on and off the aircraft parking ramp, ensure safety of crews and passengers by controlling vehicle and foot movement on the aircraft parking ramp.
  • Operate fuel trucks ensuring proper refueling procedures are followed, keep truck filled with fuel and additive.
  • Tow aircraft using towbarless tugs, tugs and tow bars, tow aircraft into hangers in order of departure to ensure orderly flow in and out of the hangers.
  • Assist aircraft crews and passengers with baggage, catering and vehicles.
Candidate Info
8
years in
workforce
6
months
at this job
C
Certificate
BS
Aviation Administration
College Prep
14

Line Service Technician

Engaged in providing services for a leading FBO (Fixed Base Operator) at Teterboro Airport, a high
traffic general aviation hub with close proximity to midtown Manhattan.

  • Prepared entire aircraft for flight and customer acceptance
  • Paid close attention to all safety standards and regulations
  • Assisted crew and passengers with luggage, transport and special requests
  • Provided exceptional customer service
Candidate Info
3
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
15

Line Service Technician/customer Service Representative

Handled refueling of jet aircrafts

  • Navigated tow aircraft from hanger terminals
  • Directed taxi aircraft traffic on airport ramps
  • Maintained and updated log book records of aircraft arrivals, departures, refuels and towing
  • Designated daily work assignments
  • Guided aircraft pilots through airport terminals
  • Managed hotel and car rental arrangements for aircraft crew and passengers
Candidate Info
17
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
C
Word Processing
16

Line Service Technician

Provided essential aircraft ground support and customer service.

  • Performed aircraft marshalling, towing, refuels and defuels as required ensuring "Safety First" for customers and aircraft.
  • Ensured profitability of company through controlling costs, including proper use and preventive maintenance of equipment.
  • Maintained a foreign object debris (FOD) free flight line.
  • Performed quality control checks on aviation fuels.
  • Ensured all airport security procedures are followed and reports violations.
Candidate Info
12
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
17

Line Service Technician

Fueled and serviced up to 20 aircraft daily. Aircraft included private jets and helicopters as well as military and Department of Defense aircraft

  • Drove fuel trucks carrying tens of thousands of gallons of aviation fuel
  • Arranging, parking and moving of aircraft
  • Adhering to strict departure and arrival schedules
  • Handling and disposing of hazardous biological waste(lavatory service)
  • In-depth knowledge of safety protocols for handling flammable aviation fuel and emergency procedures
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
5
months
at this job
Art
18

Line Service Technician

Act as a Customer Service Representative: coordinate customer flight reservations, manage transactions, maintain and update customer database, audit cash flow, schedule catering and car rentals for customers, take inventory of supplies, greet customers, and manage phone calls and emails.

  • Perform daily fuel inspections to ensure site quality and safety standards are met.
  • Fuel airplanes for pilots.
  • Operate tractor towing mechanism to assign aircraft parking.
  • Work Ground Power Unit to boost aircraft battery.
  • Maintain airport cleanliness; re-created front office layout to increase efficiency.
Candidate Info
9
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
BS
Biology
MA
Physical Therapy
19

Line Service Technician

Position Overview
I interact daily with the one percent of United States income earners by providing aircraft maintenance as assigned in accordance with aviation standards. Build customer loyalty daily by developing trust and ensuring confidence in [company name] as a caregiver for their customer's aircraft safety and reliability.

  • Providing an exceptional customer experience to drive loyalty.
  • Prepares aircraft for flight and customer acceptance.
  • Observes all safety, environmental and general aviation rules and policies.
  • Assist crew and passengers with luggage, transport and special requests.
  • Services fuel and oil tanks.
  • Connects ground support equipment for air conditioning, heating and power.
  • Provides anti-icing procedures
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
20

Line Service Technician

Responsibilities:

  • Dispensed and calibrated amounts of fuel for aircrafts and ensured safe transition of aircraft. Work on over 100 types of fixed wing and rotary aircraft
  • Transport multi-million dollar aircraft in and out of hangers
  • Safety advisor to team on movement of aircraft
  • Reduced downtimes in fueling operations to 0, by initiating the refueling of fuel trucks
  • Implemented an expansion of aircraft staging area, resulting in a 33% increase of ramp space
  • Ensure compliance with all safety, workplace and HAZMAT policies, protocols and standards
  • Prioritize workloads and process service orders
  • Maintains a Federal Communications Commission license
  • Completed National Air Transportation Association (NATA) Course
Candidate Info
13
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
BS
Management Information Systems

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