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Started by TranceAvia, December 08, 2011, 02:53:43 AM


Engineering department for the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia :D


Currently a Uni student, on an engineering track. Hopefully into Astronautics & Aeronautics (more specifically, definitely planes - not interested in space at all, don't know too much about propulsion). The program isn't too competitive, so hopefully I get in.

Otherwise, I think I'm doing a 360 and will instead major in Econ.
Founder of the Star Alliance!


I run a travel agency specialized in custom travels, meaning we don't work from a brochure but our clients tell us their wishes and we find them the right accomodation, flight and transport.
The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes, decide everything


I'm a Reservations/Ticketing Agent for KLM/AF based at a UK airport...

...Im basically the guy you come to shout at when you flight has just been canx or delayed!


Easyjet Ground OPS manager


Station Director for a soon to be AAirline in the US.  ;)


My job title is Systems Programmer, but I do many things...way way way too many things  ;D :( ::)

I program audio/video/lighting control systems.
I also manage our office IT equipment.
I also design audio/video/lighting control systems.
I also create CAD drawings for audio/video/lighting control systems.
And probably other things that I can't think of right now.
The joys of working for a small company

I desperately need a minion  ;D


I´m on a pension doing nothing but enjoying myself.


I am an air traffic controller in Zagreb,Croatia.


I'm a grad school student who works at a hotel by night. Earned my ppl as an air cadet 14 years ago but haven't flown since. I worked for an airline in Kazakhstan as an English teacher for a few years after college.


Well, I've been a truck driver, company and o/o, Its gotten old though so currently unemployed. Looking for a job where I can go home at night as well as planning, economics, or purchasing are involved. Willing to settle for clerical/customer service to gain experience.

My degree is in Agricultural Economics from Texas A&M.


My first post might as well be this one, I'm a heavy equipment operator (currently running a motor grader or "blade" if you're in the industry). Not as fancy as an airline pilot, but I still get to play with big toys. Here's a picture of my machine a CAT 140M and a shot of the "office."


Full time Student at KTH, The Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.
I am perusing a masters degree in engineering (actually double diploma as here is a bachelor half way through) and my programme is dedicated to design and product realisation.


Background Web Developer  :)


I'm in the process of changing jobs from working in facilities for a very large oil and gas company, to going to work as a Machine Repair Technician at Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, TX... ;D


I'm an Irish 30 year old male. I live in a town called Swords near Dublin Airport. (Way, way too near Dublin Airport... :'( ) I'm an Air Traffic controller at Dublin! After training for 3 years I moved from Shannon Airport to Dublin and gained my 'validation' at Dublin. My daily life consists of attempting not to crash an impatient Ryanair aircraft into an emergency Coast Guard helicopter! 8)


Civil engineering intern and student in the Midwestern USA


I am 57 years old and live in SW London England. I'm sorry to say that I am now unemployed due to ill health. But saying that I done 25 years on London buses, which started off as a fun job but as time went on it became harder and harder, what with the abuse, being spat at and attacked. The life of a bus driver nowadays is so demanding and stressful. According to statistics it is the second most stressful job in the UK behind doctors.


I'm a dock clerk at a warehouse for a major (OK, "the" major) e-commerce operation (yeah, the one named after a river in South America).  ;-)  I'm the guy who interacts with all the "intermodal freight-relocation specialists" who relocate freight to my building on a daily basis. lol. My dad was a longtime Boeing employee and I've been fascinated with airplanes since early childhood.

Monk Xion


I'm a development intern for a small nonprofit, building supervisor and student all in one :)

Graduating next year! cant wait!