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Virgin America Overview

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Burlingame, CA
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Public (VA)
Travel & Tourism
$1 to $2 billion (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 ... Read more

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Virgin America CEO C. David Cush
C. David Cush
161 Ratings
  • "Flight attendant fun but poor"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I have been working at Virgin America full-time


    Travel benefits, cool atmosphere, independence


    Low salary, demanding, away from home

    Advice to Management

    Everybody deserves a raise, we work hard

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Virgin America Photos

Virgin America photo of: In flight: Virgin America flight attendant (male) dressed in all black
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Virgin America photo of: In flight: Virgin America flight attendant (female)
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Virgin America Interviews



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    The hiring process was fast only took 2 weeks. They were impressively fast on following up. So first you'll do the Online application. Be ready to be online for a while. It's a long application that's really more like a personality test. Then you'll receive an email for the Video interview where it's a one way interview and you get to answer a series of questions and you have a few seconds to answer. Then you'll receive an email for a phone interview and you'll need to choose when they can best call you. This is really more just to reiterate what you said on your video interview and a few more reminders on what to expect if hired. Then lastly the F2F interview where you are invited to the headquarters. First you do an ice breaker, then a briefing of what the job is, salary & benefits. Then finally a face to face interview with management. That's where my journey ended as I was not a match for the job.

    Just be yourself. Research well on the company way before your F2F interview . They will definitely see right thru you if you're not fit for this job. Also helps if you're attractive and younger(cause this is a front line job after all!) on top of your work experience and how well you interview. So best of luck!

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    • Why Virgin America?
      Why Should we hire you?
      Explain the time you did not agree on company policy and how you handled it?
      Think back from your last job where you feel was your best working environment?
      What type of working environment to do thrive the most?
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Virgin America Awards & Accolades

  • Most Eco-Friendly Airline, SmarterTravel Editor's Choice, 2010
  • Best Domestic Airline(#1), Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards, 2010
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