Flght Attendant (Former Employee) – Bridgeton, MO – February 20, 2018
A job that involves intense training and testing. Secure in being by yourself and very flexible with your schedule and over all life. Secure with being on your feet while in motion. Meeting new people on a regular basis.
Flight Attendant (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 5, 2018
Absolutely loved the job itself and my coworkers. We were like a family. Exciting and fast paced environment. The management was lacking and they always said there was an open door policy, but that was not the case. The people you work with on a daily basis are what make this job.
Flight Attendant (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – May 16, 2018
I enjoyed my time at Go jet and consider it a very good company to work for as far as airlines go. I would love to work in the airline industry again someday, just not a good fit for me at this part of my journey.
Flight Dispatcher (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 22, 2018
GoJet is a fast paced environment where you have to be operationally aware of your surroundings and what is going on in various places. The company has been a great place to work for. They have been nothing but encouraging for your career advancement.
Pilot (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 7, 2018
Just your standard commuter airline. Lower pay until you have been their a while. Crew scheduling was always messed up due to schedule and lack of pilots. I left to a jobs who's starting pay more than the captains I'm riding around with.
Flight Attendant (Former Employee) – Bridgeton, MO 63044 – July 16, 2017
Enjoyed one to one with the customers and the travel benefits. Seeing new places, meeting new people. The hotel stays with the crews was fun, and exploring the cities was always fun. I learned the need for meticulous customer service.
I loved working there,would love to come back to join the Go Jet team once again
Flight Attendant (Former Employee) – Bridgeton, MO – December 2, 2016
Great interviewing process,I was selected after the interview,paid training,great and very professional inflight instructors,the training was long but very effective,I also made some great and long lasting friendships with all of my F/A classmates throughout my training,as for the company,it is small for lots of potential for job growth.
Flight Attendant (Former Employee) – Bridgeton, MO – November 5, 2016
Working here brought the inner life and gave me the ability to be myself. It was more than just a job, one of the perks I had was the ability to travel and go places after a long day at work. I will miss working at this establishment but needed to move on, explore what life has to offer.
This company creates an atmosphere of fear. There's no value for it's workers. They run the business on the absolute minimum requirements needed to keep things going. Leadership/management pass a decision making style that's flies by the seat of their pants.
being a flight attendant
Not making enough money to have a quality lifestyle
Great atmosphere to work to get started Reg airline
Part 121Dispatcher (Current Employee) – st louis mo – January 23, 2015
Good place to get in the door for Dispatching aircraft, your treated well, the pay just isn't the best but it is a reg airline and you do have decent flight benefits. Training could be better to start feel like you get thrown to the wolves in a sink or swim. If you want to start in the airlines its a great place to learn as you can move up quickly ,
Flight Attendant (Former Employee) – Bridgeton, MO – August 10, 2013
Best part of job- Connecting with people every single day, from all walks of life. Worst part of job- Unfair management decisions. Co-Workers- Some of the greatest people I've ever met. Typical day- Flying in and out of multiple cities, staying in hotels, weather/maintenance delays,
Flight Attendant (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 16, 2012
This is the perfect job for any young and/or single person. You are gone from home 4+ days a week, but the experiences & the people you meet are worth it! Travel for free across America with a regional jet or around the world with mainline. The pay is decent, again for those without a family.