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I have been working at Mesa Air full-timePros
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 really glad to help you as long you put your heart to what you are aiming for.Cons
Unpaid training, wish could get more hoursRecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Mesa Air in May 2014.Interview Details
I applied in Mesa Air 2 months ago and I received an OH invitation in CLT but due to financial difficulty I wasnt able to make it and they sent me another invitation for Houston OH which is 3 hrs drive away from me. I sent an email to them that confirming that I can attend so that I can reserve a seat. They confirmed and sent me my final seat confirmation.
I arrived at Hampton Hotel 30 mins before the scheduled OH. Surprisingly, we are only 9 applicants and I was expecting like 50 or more (I base it on my Open House Interview Experiences)
We started on time and the recruiting team are so cool (E.H. and E.V.) those are their initials. At first, we were asked to introduce ourselves and describe ourselves in ONE word and they presented the company profile, benefits, pay, aircraft, and uniform guidelines.
After an hour and half of introduction we had a break for 20-30 mins and they started calling us 3 at a time (since there are 3 interviewers)
1st interview process:
The inflight Manager asked us (while the 3 of us applicants standing infront of the table) HOW LONG DO YOU SEE YOURSELF FLYING? and they asked us to read the boarding announcement and do the seat belt safety demo and we went to our own interviewers to do the F2F.
2nd interview process:
Basic questions are being asked to me such as Do you have DUI/DWI record for the past 5 years? Are you willing to relocate? are you willing to attend the unpaid training for 3-6 weeks in PHX? etc... after answering all the basic question my interviewer asked me my final question which is related to the very first question asked by the Inflight Manager which is How long do you see yourself flying and why? (they just want a elaborate answer and straight forward)
After all the process we have been told that we will receive an email within 24-48 hrs for whatever results and outcome of the interview.
On my way home back to San Antonio (while driving in I-10) after 2 hrs from the time I left the OH I immediately received an email that I am SELECTED to do the FINAL PHASE which is the FINAL INTERVIEW thru Video Conferencing (ooVoo) with the Inflight Manager.
I sent them a reply on my availability to do the conference call and KEEPING MY HOPES that I will get the JOB OFFER. I will update my post whatever the outcome of the video conference.
GOOD LUCK TO ALL FUTURE APPLICANTS. I hope my experience will you go through the process.
SOAR HIGH AND FLY LIKE AN EAGLE!!!!!!!Negotiation Detailsto give me a 30 day notice to my current employer before I will start the trainingAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
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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...