Hello everyone and a Happy Friday to you all!
Today, I took a half hour drive to Portsmouth, NH to visit the Port City Air FBO.
Why did I go to PSM? Well, I didn’t want to say anything, but it was just a great experience that was too good not to share with you all, but I had an interview for Line Service Agent at PCA today at 4:30pm EDT.
Of course, I did ask if it was alright to take photography, and they said it was okay and was kinda encouraged as well :)
A couple of the employees there asked if I liked airplanes and if I take videos, and so I told them about my channel, MHT Aviation.
They said they hope to see videos of PSM if I get hired there, which made me surprised, and happy.
I took some pictures, because I wanted to really listen on what they do, and only took pictures when the person I was with was done letting me know about what they do.
I did that to show respect. Always listen to the Person who is giving you a tour.
First thing, here is the Hanger right in the main building. This area is for those wanting to fly out right away.
Same Hanger, but this side is for where they fix planes.
A Gulfstream G550 at the ramp, being serviced. First stop of the actual ramp tour, showcasing what the people do here.
A Dassault Falcon 500 at Ramp 205. Second stop.
Stopped by the Cargo Ramp. Here’s a catering truck, the only one at PSM. Second stop, showcasing what they dog for cargo. They also mentioned the Antonov AN-124.
Driving down the road. I forgot the name of this road.
PlaneSense is the biggest customer for Port City Air. Here’s a Pilatus PC-24 at the hanger, with five more PC-24’s on order.
PSM Terminal. Last stop of the Ramp tour, as we cannot go to the National Guard side.
A C-17 Globemaster III at the Ramp. Really big when you see it in Real Life.
Well there you have it! I hope you like the pictures, as they were taken on an iPhone XR.
The interview did go very well if you were wondering.