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Thousands have chosen us, and they have got their office in the skies. If that’s what you want instead of rejection letters, you found the best outfit to go with. You get current tools to succeed at the lowest possible price. You won’t get 10 xeroxed pages containing information you can find anywhere on the Internet that will cost you a lot more. You get the best tutoring like you have never experienced before, by a live person, AS LONG AS YOU NEED IT. It's included in the low price.

Still interested? If yes, keep on reading. If not, you may as well turn your TV on and watch “The American Idol” and keep on dreaming. You will be doing that for the next 40 years or till you die, whichever comes first.

Hopefully, you have not lost your interest. You should never get easily discouraged. You are taking a very important step: you are searching for knowledge to get through all interviews and training to fulfill your dream and become a flight attendant.

There are usually two reasons for searching the Internet like you do: one, either you have been turned down a few times and you see that airline interviews are different.  You finally see that you will not succeed by doing the same old thing over an over. You need to find out where you made mistakes, and what you have to do to succeed. You need to learn to play the hiring game, its rules and its tactics. And you need to find the best coach there is – well, you don’t need to search any further. You found us.

The other reason may be that you have a natural knack for interviewing, and you made it. You have been accepted by an airline of your choice. Now you are scheduled for your training and you are beginning to realize that it’s an awful lot of stuff to master in a few weeks. 

If you are still in the planning stages, wondering where to begin and which airline might be for you – the very basic stuff – you do not need a lot of sophisticated research, and you certainly do not need to spend much money to get materials that will get you into any airline door. You can prepare for your interviews with our Basic Interview Package ($45.95), which gives you extremely detailed information on how some 40 airlines conduct their interviews – from the Open House to the last One-on-One interview, step by step, with all the questions they can ask and the answers they are  looking for. And you get also complete information that will help you find, interview and ace the interview with the airline of your choice.

If you need your resume as well – and some unscrupulous people charge as much as $150.00 for it - get the Advanced Preparation package. It's only $55.00 and your resume is a part of it. You also get the Basic package with those two books: "Flight Attendant Career" (5th Edition) and "295 Real Flight Attendant Interview Questions with Answers that Work." Most importantly, as with any materials from us, you get a never-ending support along the way - free.

Incidentally, if you need only a resume, you can have one in less than 6 hours for only $35.00. Very professional, tailored to you and the airlines, highlighting everything the airline is looking for.

You might like to take an advice from a client of ours who came to the U.S. from China 10 years ago, and for 6 years she worked hard learning English and working in Chinese restaurants, often just for customers’ tips. This is not a tear-jerker story, this is a fact. This lady worked for peanuts for almost 8 years and she realized that this was no way to fulfill her “American dream.” 

From the little money she made, she saved up for our correspondence course and completed it. She even came for our hands-on training in California. She has finally reached her dream - having a job she loves, working half as hard as when she was a waitress, and having fun along the way.

Your age should not stop you from fulfilling your dream, either – as long as you are a focused hard worker. Our client Jos B. from Florida looked for a course for her daughter to become a flight attendant. Jos always had a dream to fly. Ironically, her daughter dropped the idea after the first Open House where she was handled “like cattle” (the late US Airways), but Jos persevered. She has been flying now many years with jetBlue. She was 61 when she started. If you are “not so young” and want to give it a whirl, let us know and we’ll be happy to have her contact you. Just make sure you are physically up to it. Jos was a very young 61. We are now overhauling the course and it will be again available in 2021.

We have got clients on every continent, except the Polar regions. We are very happy about that. The best part of the whole thing is that most of them have remained faithful friends. Maybe it’s because they feel we took a good care of them – I’d like to think so.

We do it only because we know that a mind – and a dream – are terrible things to waste. We hope that you know that if you want to embark on this new journey, it is you who has to take the first step.

Don’t procrastinate. Things go much better when you join the best. And time goes fast when you are busy.

Tom Janovsky and

The Midnight Flight Cre
They are with the following airlines:
  In USA:
  AirTran Airways*
  Alaska Airlines
  Allegheny Airlines
  America West*
  American Airlines
  American Eagle
  American Trans Air* 
  Atlantic Southeast        
  Chautauqua Airlines
  Colgan Air
  Continental Airlines*
  Continental Express*
  Delta Air Lines
  Freedom Air
  Frontier Airlines
  Horizon Air
  Independence Air*
  jetBlue Airways
  Mesa Air

   Mesaba Airlines
   Midway Airways*
   National Airlines*
   North American Int'l*
   Northwest Airlines*
   Omni Air
   PanAm (new)
   Piedmont Airlines
   Republic Airlines 
   Ryan Air International
   Shuttle America
   Southwest Airlines
   Spirit Airlines
   Trans World Airlines*
   United Airlines
   US Airways*
   World Airways*
*Airlines marked with an asterisk (*) have either merged or gone out of business.

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DECEMBER 27, 2021
Yes, believe it or not, Tom Janovsky and his Midnight Flight are back. Over the past few years I was thinking about working just on our aviation museum in California's High Desert, but a strange thing happened: some of the earliest clients from more than 20 years ago contacted me to help their now adult children to get into the airlines. The "one star" rating on the side is due to the fact that this website was not active for a long time.

With that kind of confidence in my system, I could not just let it go. And I got back to work, rewriting and updating our materials. The 5th edition of FLIGHT ATTENDANT CAREER book came out in May of 2019 and the latest update on our publication with flight attendant interview questions (and answers that work) came out in March 2020. We started with 101 questions and answers in 1999 and this 5th edition contains not just 295 questions and answers, but also has many aviation photos, just like the "Career" book. 
The 5th edition of FLIGHT ATTENDANT CAREER book has 180 pages and is richly illustrated. You can order it directly from us by calling 818-249-6310 or through your favorite bookseller. The ISBN number is 978-1-7337588-0-2 and the price is US$24.95 plus Priority Mail shipping $4.25 in the U.S. (we split the shipping with you). It is now available. Media Mail (book rate) shipping is free, but takes about a week longer. The book contains the following chapters:

1. What does it take? (Do you have the "right stuff?")
2. The aviation business (Get used to the cut-throat nature of it)
3. Which airline is right for you (What to look for in an airline to be happy)
4. The job (How it really is, no sugar-coating)
5. The dark side (like crashes, 9/11 and Boeing 737MAX)
6. Layovers (That's the fun side)
7. Corporate aviation (Not the place to start)
8. Your resume (How to compose a winning resume)
9. The application (What to put in your job application and how)
10. Interviews (How to ace your interview)
11. Airline training (Mental preparation for getting through)
12. Your office in the skies (Health aspects of flying)
13. Your passport (All you need to know about it)
14. Visas (Differences between U.S. citizens and U.S. Residents)
15. Why do you do that? (Helping others ace the interviews & more - why?)
and Epilog

It is the best book on the market on this subject. It's on the market now, doing well
"295 Real Flight Attendant Interview Questions with Answers that Work" is one of a kind interview guide for those who know which airline they'd like to go with - describes every possible kind of interview and every possible question you may hear or read. It is the latest version of my little book that came out in 1999 called "101 Real Flight Attendant Questions with the Best Answers." This is very much expanded and contains answers that have opened the doors to thousands of our clients. There are 295 questions with answers that got us all in. The ISBN number 078-1-7337588-1-9.
It is 212 pages (8 1/2 x 11) and contains a workbook. Price: US$24.95. Shipping:4.25 by Priority Mail in the U.S. (we split the shipping with you), and $3 by Media Mail. When both books are out, youcan save - both (at the same time) are $45.00 and we pay shipping in the U.S.

Both books contain many great aviation photos by our 
                 Czech associate Martin Novak