As an Aircraft Cleaner you will board each Aircraft (after landing) to clean and prepare it ready for its next departure. This is a time restricted operation dependant on how quickly the plane is set for departure. If the aircraft is to remain airside overnight you will perform a more extensive clean.
- Lap Tray Cleaning
- Emptying seat pockets
- Replacing Safety Cards to the front of the seat pockets
- Arranging Seatbelts
- Cleaning toilets and kitchen areas
- Emptying bins
- Be able to follow instructions
- Work quickly and accurately, even under pressure
- Enjoy Teamwork
- Communicate well with colleagues
- Be reliable
- Be motivated
Although no academic qualifications are needed to become an Aircraft Cleaner, a good standard of literacy and numeracy is usually required.
- Shifts may vary to cover all times in which the airport is open.
- May include early mornings, evenings, nights, weekends and bank holidays.
- Anyone seeking Aircraft Cleaning work must live near an airport and be able to travel to and from work at times that fit in with their shifts.