TRANS STATES AIRLINES endorses and is approved to use the Inflight Institute.com. Possession of a valid certification of completion from the Inflight Institute.com is considered an asset. Visit www.inflightinstitute.com for further details.
Trans States Airlines is the fifth largest independent (privately held) regional airlines in the United States. Founded in 1982 as Resort Air, the company has positioned itself to be a quality regional feeder airline for American Airlines, United Airlines, and US Airways.
Type of Operation & Aircraft Type
Trans States Airlines fleet consists of Embraer EMB-145 AIRCRAFT regional jets.
- Must live within one and half (1 1/2) hour from airport at domicile base
- Must be at least 19 years of age
- Must be fluent in the English language, both verbal and written
- Height - 4' 11" Min to 5'10" Max
- Height-weight proportionate
- Must be neat, well groomed and professional
- Trip lengths vary from one to four days
- Work days may be up to 14 hours in length
- Training lasts approximately 6 weeks in St. Louis, MO
- Domiciles in St. Louis, MO and Washington, D.C.
- Trans States Airlines endorses and is approved to use Inflight Institute.com. Priority consideration is given to candidates who possess, or are pursuing a certificate from the Inflight Institute, and we strongly encourage all candidates to do so.
Candidates interested in a career with Trans States Airlines should visit the following link for possible positions: http://www.transstates.net/careers.html#fa
Note: Those who sign up for the Inflight Institute.com will be notified of upcoming positions at Trans States Airlines.
Required Inflight Institute Training Courses
USCT201 (One/Two Flight Attendant Onboard) CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
The above program(s) are delivered through the Inflight Institute.com's online training system.
Many airlines use the Inflight Institute for all their hiring of Flight Attendants.
The use of the Inflight Institute holds many benefits, not only for the airline but for those who are considering a career as a Flight Attendant. By requiring all students to gain a certificate of completion, everyone can be assured (both student and airline) that the candidate is right for the job and holds a level of knowledge that the airline requires.
How does it Work?
When Trans States Airlinesplans a Flight Attendant ground school (hiring) they contact the Inflight Institute.com to review a list of candidates that have completed the program. Based on this review Trans States Airlines may select individuals for an interview.
From the interviewed candidates, Trans States Airlines may invite successful applicants to initial ground school training.
Note: Successful completion of the Inflight Institute.com does *NOT* guarantee an interview or a position in ground school however is considered a tremendous asset.