Working with the FAA and various airlines have provided BHC the knowledge of all the areas of operation involved with preparing a plane for takeoff and land.
Hardworking mechanics work overnight to make sure each plane is safe and up to regulations before the first flights out in the morning. Ground crews work tediously to assess each plane as they come in to ensure it is ready for the next trip out. Luggage crews are quickly retrieving passengers’ luggage. All these positions require crawling into small spaces and working with different size and weight material.
Inside the plane, flight crews work quickly to turn over a plane from one flight to the next, help passengers with luggage, and work with heavy beverage and food carts. Pilots manage the flight while sitting for 2-8 hours at a time. Although all these job tasks are vastly different, they all require repetitive motions and overextension.