JetStream’s July News

In the past month, we have had several employees find wallets, cash, purses, etc. We are so proud of the honest people that we employ here at JetStream. Turning these items in have made the owners and our customers very happy that JetStream is taking care of them. Kudos to you all!

PROMOTIONS

DEN – Jared Schau promoted to Tower Coordinator

BOS – Kevin Jeffers promoted to Security Coordinator

ACCOLADES

Our newest ground handling station, Delta at Hartford Bradley International airport, recently won the “best performing station in the region” award for the Delta New England region in June. The award is given each month to the station that best key performance indicators or KPI’s.
Way to go BDL!!!!

Valentina and Memoza

BOS – Two of Boston’s biggest stars, Valentina and Memoza. These two gals are always receiving gifts from the shuttle gates that they work. This gift was given to them by a few flight attendants from another location. Their likeable personalities factored with their flawless audit score serve as an example that we should all strive to meet!

Kyran AshfordROC – Our AWESOME team player in ROC, Kyran Ashford. Kyran received a letter of commendation from Jeff Lamb, EVP of People with Southwest Airlines. Jeff stated in his letter that Kyran was “one of the best Ops Agent I’ve seen in action”. You rock Kyran! We are so very proud to have you as part of the JetStream team!

JAN – The team in JAN received a Delta flight crew recognition on 7/3/13. There was a mechanical delay and a last minute change where most of the passengers had to be transferred to the plane next door. The crew worked tirelessly to ensure the customers were taken care of, even stopping at one point to check on a passenger’s classical guitar to ensure it was out of the weather. The flight crew was very appreciative that the team put so much effort to help minimize the delay. Go JAN!!!

BOS – On July 17, 2013 our BOS station received an outstanding Station Safety Audit from Air Canada. The airline stated that they wanted to “thank Chris Messina and his team/staff in BOS for a successful audit. This is reflected in the decrease in findings overall from 2012 where BOS had 11Findings and 5 Observations to 6 Findings and 2 Observations for 2013” Go team BOS!!!!

MEM Celebrated 10 Years Without a Delay Or Aircraft Damage

JetStream’s Pioneering Spirits

Each month we will be highlighting a JetStream employee so we can all get to know our coworkers on a level that is not so work related. Do you have a special talent? Tell us about it. Have you climbed Mt. Everest? We want to know! Anyone can submit suggestions to Teresa Tucker at ttucker@jetstreamgs.com. We are all spread out across the country and some of us will never get to meet. This is a great way to put a picture and a personality to that voice on the phone or the email that comes across your computer screen.

This month we are highlighting James Cacace, Cargo Manager at PBI.
James began his career with JetStream as a cargo agent in 1999. James found out about us when he went to a UPS job fair down the road from our cargo station. He was told by UPS that if he wanted a job with them, he would have to shave his goatee. James turned around and left. As he was walking, he would stick his head in every door he passed asking if they were hiring. Luckily, he stopped by our office and we were hiring and James started the next day.

James has been with us for over 14 years and says his favorite part of his job is training people and his least favorite are the hours. One of James’s funniest memories of working with JetStream is the day a guy tried to ship shark fins. James refused to let him ship the fins even though the man insisted. Shark poaching is a very serious crime and James wanted no part in it. James knew that the USDA was doing a produce inspection so he called the police who in turn sent the Florida Fish and Wildlife to arrest the man.

Some interesting facts about James:
– He moved to Florida in 1983 with his brother and mother from Tom’s Shore, NJ
– He loves taking photographs of industrial buildings with his Nikon camera. Below are a few of his masterpieces.
– James came up with the name for our employee highlight section”JetStream Pioneering Spirits”
– He is a twin

August Anniversaries

13 Years: Jenny Sanchez

8 Years: Shirley James

7 Years: Michael Clarke
Abonesh Woldesenbet
Teresita Simoneau

6 Years: Arthur Ford
Eddie Smith
Curtis Brown
Demetrice Fields

5 Years: Jim Strautthaus

4 Years: Tracy Joy Roberts
Todd Skiles
Diamoah Ngwayah

3 Years: Ty Yount
Ardelle Clark
Charles Wilder
James Daley

2 Years:Arnie Knoke
Richard Woodyard
Brandi Allen
Derek Downerd
Guled Jama

1 Year: Patrick Sanders
Lauren Odata
Lovell Whitfield
Mark Cole
Jeffrey Cooper
David Tew
Brian Henderson
Christopher Hughes
Robert Yates
Mariama Maman
Richard Springer
Fanny Sequen
Jewel Price
Louis Tozzo
Daniel Wilson
Sean Nhong
Kevin Burgett
Matthew Heid
Mark Siolkowsky
Jamey Salvato
Kyran Ashford
Eleazar Alvarado
Dewayne James
James Pilcher
James Powell
Ben Jones
Wayne Rogers
Sedene Azolin
Maribel McBeath
Mitchell Johnson
Steve Carlton
Gregory Carter
Genene Teferi
Maria Regot
Arkeba Barkley
Joseph Guzeh
Mark Hollingsworth
Denzel Morris

Author: JetStream Ground Services

JetStream Ground Services, Inc. is a cutting edge ground service provider to the Airline Industry. We bring quality and safety to every location we operate in. As a company, we strive to develop and train employees to become great leaders and managers and to create an environment that allows each person to reach their potential. At JetStream GS, we accomplish such successes by establishing long-term relationships with our customers, suppliers, and employees, and by taking pride in the way we do business.

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