FlightSafety International
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Headquarters Flushing, NY
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

On-the-job training may work in some industries, but FlightSafety International helps train pilots before they ever step into a cockpit. A Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary, FlightSafety instructs pilots, maintenance personnel, and other aviation professionals for airlines and airplane manufacturers. It has more than 300 flight simulators and training devices at about 40 training centers, mostly in the US, but also in Canada, Asia, Europe, the Pacific Rim, and South Africa. FlightSafety provides training on a variety of aircraft (including helicopters) for corporate... More

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Employees say it's “OK”   53 ratings


48% Approve of the CEO   29 ratings

FlightSafety International President and CEO Bruce N. Whitman

Bruce N. Whitman

President and CEO

Good co-workers, lots of projects

  Former Employee in Broken Arrow, OK

Pros: -Co-workers were great to work and socialize with
-Assigned to multiple projects, very easy to stay engaged with the work
-Semi-diverse skillset working with other design groups
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Saint Louis, MO Oct 2013 – Reviewed Jun 9, 2014

Interview Details – As advertised. You will prepare a short presentation with PowerPoint on an aviation topic of your choosing and present it to the HR representative and program managers. They are just looking to see your public speaking style. It is not a big deal as long as you rehearse before you come to the…Full Interview

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They asked me how I would feel about not flying. I knew that this is a non-flying position but I just hadn't given it much thought. Answer Question

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