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Old 08-22-2007, 05:48 PM
FloridaSun FloridaSun is offline
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Hello, I saw your response on the Reynolds & Reynolds opportunity. I am in my fifties and that is a factor with a lot of aviation heads. They won't admit it but I've heard over the years their discriminatory comments. Too bad for them! They are really missing out on talented individuals who have lots of experience to bring to the table.
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Old 08-22-2007, 09:53 PM
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my niece lives in Houston. For fun she sent her resume to R & R. She has never been a flight attendant but has a Ph.D., Masters, speaks 4 languages and went to culinary school in Paris PLUS she knows more about wine than most. She did all the interviews and even a one on one. Nothing more from them yet.
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Old 08-25-2007, 03:33 PM
lovetofly lovetofly is offline
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Default Reynolds & Reynolds - No catering???

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Re: a phone interview with the chief pilot: He said that they do not use catering, all of the food is bought on the ground and prepared inflight, what they're really looking for is "someone who has never even seen an aircraft."

After speaking with him I received the "thanks but no thanks" email a week later. I think he was disappointed in my lack of culinary skills. I guess it would be a great position for a chef who wants to travel

Was the Chief Pilot's name CHARLIE ZETO?
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Old 08-26-2007, 08:06 AM
caappistol caappistol is offline
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I, too, did the phone interview. They want someone on duty 24/7 and live within 15 miles of the airport. I just left a job after 5 years of 24/7-a great job; however, I want my life back.

Good luck to all.
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