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Headquarters Phoenix, AZ
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1982
Type Company - Private
Industry Travel & Tourism
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year

Mesa Air helps keep big carriers connected to many little places. Through its group of regional airline subsidiaries, the company serves about 450-daily departures to nearly 95 cities across some 35 states, Canada, and Mexico, via a fleet of 75-plus aircraft. Subsidiaries, led by Mesa Airlines and Freedom Airlines, operate under contract to provide connecting service for other airlines, including US Airways and United Continental's United Airlines. The company also offers inter-island airline service in Hawaii as go!; consolidated passenger sales are largely attributable... More

Working at Mesa Air

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Employees are “Dissatisfied”   49 ratings

2.3

23% Approve of the CEO   33 ratings

Mesa Air Chairman and CEO Jonathan G. Ornstein

Jonathan G. Ornstein

Chairman and CEO

Flight attendant

  Current Flight Attendant

Pros: Mesa air group is expanding. Great way to start a career. Everyone seems nice I haven't seen anyone who is not nice. Mesa Airline will give you a chance to prove of what you can bring to this company. The inflight manager and the recruiter are… Full Review

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Flight Attendant

5 Mesa Air Salaries

$23,400
$17k
$28k

Pilot

5 Mesa Air Salaries

$29,800
$23k
$34k

A&P Mechanic - Hourly

3 Mesa Air Salaries

$18.57/hr
$14
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jan 2014 Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Interview Details – I submitted my resume with several airlines for a flight attendant position and Mesa was the first to contact me. After accepting and attending their information session in Greensboro NC, I was contacted immediately for another interview and sent to Phoenix, AZ for ground school training within…Full Interview

Interview Question:
The only challenging part is being stuck with other flight attendants in training and on the line, that have bad attitudes, poor communication skills and are overall unpleasant people. Make sure you… Answer Question

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