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The following is a list of Sales career categories:
Ticket Agents make out tickets, check and weigh baggage and give out information.
Sales Representatives contact customers who may need an airline's services. Selling is a very broad category of activity. In general aviation it encompasses airplanes, parts and services.
Concessions on the airport include book stores, restaurants, newsstands, lounges, barber shops, beauty parlors, jewelry and others depending upon the size of the airport. They all sell goods or services to their customers.
Insurance Agents sell coverage for unplanned conditions, resulting in a loss, which may arise during a flight.
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