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    Current Employee - Flight Attendant in Tulsa, OK
    Current Employee - Flight Attendant in Tulsa, OK
    Doesn't Recommend
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    I have been working at Omni Air full-time (More than a year)


    There are plenty of opportunities to make money, if you are not committed to anyone, or anything, or if you are already in an established relationship...because it will dig into your personal life and time. Seniority gets you places, whether it's the schedule you want to bid for, or an open trip. International travel, everywhere!


    If you've just ended a trip and you are headed into days off, the company can take up to four of your days off, following the trip you just ended, if they need to fill a position and extend you into duty. The schedules they create don't give you much room to wiggle, if you're looking for particular days off. You can survive off your salary, but don't expect to be able to retire working here. Everything is out of Oklahoma... Medical, 401k...

    Advice to Management

    Stop being cheap when it comes to commercialing your crews. We are human beings, just like you. It is insane to book people on three and four leg routes to a destination, when we fly so much already, especially internationally...and there actually is a routing available with less legs to travel. Respect "human factors". Your schedulers more than likely have never traveled as much and have never had the experience of how commercial travel wears on you, outside of a working flight, yet they book us on these ridiculous routings because you want to be cheap. You more than likely will not be losing money.

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    Flight Attendant Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Dallas, TX
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Omni Air (Dallas, TX) in June 2015.


    It was a joke. They hire based on your race and not experience. Omni is discriminatory and prejudiced in their selection process; being based in Oklahoma, only hire mostly country white folks with a few token blacks and maybe some light-skinned Asians (Chinese, Korean). If you are any other minority, forget about it! Not sure if it's a security thing since they fly to the Middle-East and Southeast Asia so I would think Filipinos and Indians would fit in well but perhaps it is taboo for their worldwide British clients to what they deem would be stereotyped domestic helpers.

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Additional Info

Headquarters Tulsa, OK
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1983
Type Company - Private
Industry Travel & Tourism
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Omnipresent? Maybe not, but charter jet operator Omni Air International does fly to numerous destinations around the world. The carrier provides passenger transportation services for customers such as tour operators, cruise lines (Princess), college sports teams, the US government (including the Department of Defense), and other airlines. Omni Air International's fleet includes Boeing 757s and DC10s. Along with passengers, the company transports cargo, primarily as a contractor for companies such as DHL, FedEx, UPS, and the US Postal Service. Omni Air International ... More

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