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At an international airport, what is the job called when you are in the terminal and you ask people for their?

tickets right before they go through the tunnel to get on to the plane. What is that job called? How do you get the job? And how much do you make an hour?

Asked By: sandra r - 4/4/2008
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they're usually stewards/stewardesses who are about to go on the flight :( sorry
Answered By: rainbow - 4/4/2008
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ticket agent... go to the airline of your choice..... their website and search for apply here or join the team. depending on your location and experience, they can start from about 8.00/hr. Best of luck
Answered By: Gisselle - 4/4/2008
 
Its usually the flight attendants who puts your tickets through the machine. After they have checked everyone's ticket, they hop in the plane. You can just go to one of the airlines u like and ask for a job their. I think flight attendants make pretty much.
Answered By: Donkuku - 4/4/2008
 
They are flight attendants... More
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Answered By: rotorwingflight - 4/4/2008
 
They're the flight attendants who provide service once you board the flight; they validate your ticket(s) before letting you get on board.
Answered By: sυחsнιחe~ - 4/4/2008
 
You get the job by applying, Delta calls it Reservations Agent (I think) was looking into afew years ago. Union pay rate apply.
Answered By: phillipk_1959 - 4/4/2008
 
Uh guys, sorry, but you are all wrong. (not trying to be mean) On major US airlines, they would be called Gate Agents. Gate agents take your ticket and pass it through the gate reader which keeps track of who has boarded the aircraft, as well as their seat assignments etc. Flight attendants only work Inside of the... More
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Answered By: tommysgirl - 4/4/2008
 
It is NOT the flight attendant. It's the ticket agent or gate agent.
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Answered By: jetengine767 - 4/4/2008
 
Usually we called them ground stewardess, they never fly their just part of customer service department employing nice looking people to compliment their airline.
Answered By: deepseteyes - 4/5/2008
 
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