Baggage handlers, also known as Ramp Agents, work at airports to make sure that when passengers reach their destinations, their luggage reaches with them. The position of a baggage handler is significant due to many reasons. Baggage handlers must be absolutely familiar with the many aspects of this job such as matching flight lists with luggage, operating different equipment and vehicles and maintaining and operating conveyor belts.
When this information is evident from a cover letter for this position, chances are that an employer will be intrigued enough to call you for an interview.
9333 Luther Street
Johnston, RI 73635
joshua.c @ emal . com
February 26, 2016
Mr. Nathan Logan
Manager Human Resources
78 Coley Beach Drive
Johnston, RI 89000
Dear Mr. Logan:
I am writing to apply for a Baggage Handler position at Conway Air. My physical stamina, knowledge of airport warehouse operations and 2 years’ experience as a ramp agent makes me a perfect candidate for this position.
As evident from my references, I have been commended for my thoroughness and physical agility by my superiors many times. The instances when I was required to handle passengers’ baggage, I was provided with much appreciation as I already knew how to operate the vehicles and equipment used in this work. I am a meticulous individual and this detail-orientation is apparent from my work. Moreover, I am competent at transporting baggage to and from aircrafts and have the physical agility to back it up. Since I have worked at the airports, I am familiar with the safety procedures that need to be taken into account when performing any task that requires direct contact with an aircraft.
I am excited at the prospect of working for Conway Air as a baggage handler and would like to meet with you in person to discuss your needs and my baggage handling skills. You may reach me at (000) 333-3333 if you need any additional information.
Thank you for your time and consideration.