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Old 05-15-2007, 02:00 AM
cloudchaser cloudchaser is offline
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I just thought of something else! Richard Branson is one of the owners of Virgin America and since everything he touches turns to gold, I would think it will be a good company to work for ... once they get their DOT/FAA approval. Check out the website!

P.S. I submitted Cloudchaser as one of the names for their aircraft. Keep your fingers crossed! :mozilla_cool:
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Old 05-15-2007, 08:21 AM
ellieg ellieg is offline
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Hi all. Just wanted to clarify that Omni pilots train in MIA but the flight attendants are based in ATL, BWI, MSP, and LAS.

At Omni you will fly mostly international, but keep in mind that it is a charter airline and they don't have hard lines, just reserve lines, and you could be gone for up to 40 days at a time. They do offer volunteer pay if you give up your days off, and per diem is pretty good.

I think that Virgin America would be an excellent choice also. If you can afford to live in SFO.

Good luck with your choice.
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Old 05-15-2007, 09:32 AM
Isa1 Isa1 is offline
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Default Re: Which airline should I go with?

First I would like to thank you all.
Jet Blue is not flying to Brazil, yet. The CEO growup in Brazil and I have heard that they are planning to fly to Brazill too.
I just concider Jet Blue because they have base in Ft Lauderdale and as is not a old company like Delta, AA, United...
So, after all I decided to apply also to United.
I still waiting on Jet Blue. I sent my aplication 2 weekes ago.
Virgin America sounds pretty good. However is a little bit far.
Anyways, thank you everybody.
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