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Virgin America CEO C. David Cush
C. David Cush
72 Ratings

    Work Hard, Play Hard

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    I have been working at Virgin America full-time


    I love to work hard and see the results. It's fun to be the best and to know you are a part of success.

    Great people!


    Not enough free time in salary positions to see the world!

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Virgin America Interviews

Updated Nov 16, 2014
Updated Nov 16, 2014

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    Manager Interview

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    Phone screen followed by face to face which includes hiring manager, recruiter and sometimes more. Either spend more time at the office interviewing with others or return for another visit as the final round. It's easy going and everyone is super nice.

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Virgin America Awards & Accolades

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50 Most Innovative Companies, BusinessWeek, 2009
Most Eco-Friendly Airline, SmarterTravel Editor's Choice, 2010
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Headquarters Burlingame, CA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2004
Type Company - Public (VA)
Industry Travel & Tourism
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

An offspring of Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group, Virgin America took flight just as high fuel prices and a recession rocked the airline industry. In 2007 the carrier launched service from San Francisco to Los Angeles and New York, and now serves more than a dozen destinations in the US as well as Canada and Mexico with a fleet of 25-plus Airbus A320 jets. It competes as a low-fare carrier, but distinguishes itself from rivals by providing first-class service and myriad in-flight entertainment options. In 2010 Virgin America's ownership shifted; a group of US investors... More

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