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I went to the Skywest open house in Minneapolis. I had received a email weeks before with a list of all the open house events. I thought that was my invitation but it was not. The open house is for anyone who applies and is interested to be a flight attendant. I flew in the day before on my own expense and stayed in a hotel, and hotels in the MSP area are NOT cheap. Sign in for the event starts at 8:30am and the open house will start at 10:00am. There is no first come first serve. The only way you get turned away is if you are too tall or too short. They will measure your height as soon as you walk in. I showed up at 7am to wait in line thinking it was first come first serve. But they do not cut it off, they want everyone who shows up to be able to attend. I was one of the first 20 people to sign in at 8:30 so we sat around and waited until 10. At about 9:45 everyone was inside the conference room. Because the group was so big (over 350 people showed) they told you which room to go too (1 or 2). At 10 they closed the doors and they will not take anyone who is late. One of the recruiters talked about the company and life as a flight attendant but kept it very brief. They don't go into great detail about the benefits or how schedules work. They will open the floor for questions BUT KEEP IT BRIEF! Ask questions about the company, domiciles, aircraft etc.. Don't ask about the benefits, I could tell the recruiter was getting a little annoyed by those questions. Benefits such as free flying come later, ... Continue Reading this Interview Experience
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