Summit Air Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Summit Air (8199400 Canada Inc.) is a Canadian airline headquartered in Yellowknife that operates scheduled, charter, and cargo aviation throughout the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and the Yukon. Summit Air is a member of the Ledcor Group of Companies and operates in partnership with several other companies and communities including the Haisla Nation (Summit Kitamaat Aviation Limited Partnership), Air Baffin (Summit Air Baffin), the Det’ on Cho Corporation (Det’ on Cho Summit Aviation LP), and businesses in the Kitikmeot Region (Summit Air Kitikmeot).

An anonymous customer representative said on Indeed "Corporate on Summit Air will make it difficult to do your job and enjoy it. The benefits suck and take half your paycheck. They are screwing their employees on the daily". While a current programmer wrote "You could do a lot for Summit Air but will get demoted or fired because of bad management and the leads are not smart you really have to figure everything out yourself"


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Current Employee - Airline Pilot says

"salary below industry. Pilots do a lot of the physical work( I.e loading and unloading 16000+ lbs of freight)."

Office Manager (Current Employee) says

"This is a very small Company that has been in business for over 20 years. The Owner/Employer is a very caring and passionate person who not only cares deeply about his employees but strives to help them be the best they can be at their job. Co-workers are dedicated, hard working people who also take the time to know everyone and are a great group of people.There are no set times for breaksBenefits are not commesurate with other industries. No PTO, minimal vacation days, no overtime, Holidays are not observed and paid for if they fall on a weekend."

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