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04-12-2018, 09:11 AM
Anyone know anything about working for Gulfstream or the interview process.

04-12-2018, 01:01 PM
I knew of someone who did it a few years back and left for a legacy. if it's the same position then it's for a Demo/Sales Pilot. They type you in the equipment and you have to live in SAV. He traveled a lot which was fine when he was still single but didn't suit him later. Pay and benefits were decent.

04-12-2018, 01:42 PM
I asked a friend who flies corporate and he said basically the same as far as the demo sales job. Also said the pay is good as well. I don't mind living in SAV I'm Georgia native so no big deal. As far as being gone, I'm gone about 20 days a month already with my regional job, so I can't imagine it being a whole lot worse.

galaxy flyer
04-12-2018, 02:07 PM
They work pretty hard, get paid fairly well for a corporate operation. I worked for a competitor, who paid less well, but seemed to offer a better QOL in exchange. Demo/Sales is the fun-est job you can find—lots of fun travel, shows, meet great people; but it can be hard work, too.