Elevating the RavnAir In-Flight Experience


RavnAir Alaska & PenAir

We appreciate your interest in becoming part of our team! The information in this section is designed to help you get acquainted with the opportunities available with the RavnAir in-flight professionals. RavnAir Alaska and PenAir, the Part 121 operations for RavnAir Group, count a single Flight Attendant as part of the incredible flight crew responsible for the safety and comfort of our passengers. Our team of safety-oriented in-flight professionals are passionate about customer service and travel, providing a customer experience like no other.

During the course of their work day, Flight Attendants will travel to communities throughout Alaska, maintaining their cool and providing leadership in stressful customer service situations and in the event of an emergency. Using excellent communication and interpersonal skills, Flight Attendants complete safety briefings, provide food and beverage service (including our famous cookies!), and perform other tasks to keep passengers safe and comfortable, whether the flight is 20 minutes or a few hours. 

RavnAir Alaska & PenAir Flight Attendants – At A Glance 

  • Day trip schedules mean that you are home every night;
  • Online scheduling for easy shift trading;
  • Preferential bidding to optimize and personalize your monthly flight schedule;
  • Bid AM, PM, or Reserve lines to fit your lifestyle;
  • Minimum of eight days off per month;
  • Jumpseat capabilities on RavnAir Group carriers and preferred domestic travel partner airline;
  • Company-provided uniform and cold weather outerwear;
  • Advanced training provided in-house.

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RavnAir Alaska (Corvus Airlines) History

Corvus Airlines, formerly Era Aviation, began operations in 1948 as Carl Brady flew the first commercial helicopter to Alaska to work on a mapping contract for the U.S. government.

These small mapping routes grew over the years until scheduled passenger service took flight in May 1983. At that time, the company was wholly owned by Rowan Companies.

After a series of owners, Era Aviation was acquired by the parent company of Hageland Aviation and Frontier Flying Service in 2009 under the Era Alaska family umbrella. The addition of Era helped form the largest air group in the state by serving more cities and passengers with the largest airplane fleet in Alaska. Era’s scheduled regional passenger and cargo flights offer comfort, convenience and impeccable service, primarily using a combination of Bombardier Dash-8 and Beechcraft 1900D and 1900C aircraft.

Era Aviation changed to Corvus Airlines in 2014 during the RavnAir Group rebrand. Corvus Airlines flies under the RavnAir Alaska brand.  Because Corvus has the reservations systems to offer services of the other sister companies, the RavnAir Alaska website and general marketing image is managed by Corvus.

RavnAir Alaska flies schedules throughout the state of Alaska to over 100 destinations.  Corvus’ flights 3000-3999 are operated by Hageland Aviation as Ravn Connect.


PenAir (Peninsula Aviation Services Inc.) History

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  • Must have a high school diploma or GED;
  • Must be at least 21 years of age and able to serve alcoholic beverages;
  • Must be fluent in English;
  • Must be able to lift and maneuver up to 50 lbs.;
  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule with varied shifts which include weekends and holidays;
  • Must be able to pass a background check and pre-employment drug screen;
  • Must have previous customer service experience;
  • Must maintain a poised, tactful, resourceful demeanor, and be able to interact comfortably with strangers, remaining calm under duress.

Additional requirements of the position will be discussed in a screening to ensure candidates are able to fulfill the physical requirements of the role, and be able to perform all duties as a RavnAir or PenAir Flight Attendant.

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Interviews for in-flight professionals are in-person and held in Anchorage, Alaska. After a successful interview, candidates may be asked to complete a pre-employment drug screen, prior to receiving a firm employment offer. A 10-year Federal background check is required as part of this position, and is a part of the onboarding process. New hire classes are held over the course of several weeks in Anchorage, and include computer-based training, reading and knowledge testing of Federal Aviation Regulations and company manuals, and participation in emergency/training simulations.

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