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Area 51 Flight Attendant Wanted, Aliens Need Not Apply

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By    |   Thursday, 11 January 2018 09:15 AM

Could an Area 51 flight attendant position be open at a classified airline where a top secret clearance is "highly desired," USA Today has asked.

A job posting that recently appeared on the website for AECOM, which appears now to have been taken down, noted that a classified airline named “Janet” was looking to hire a flight attendant based in Las Vegas.

Janet operates commuter flights out of some of the most closely guarded U.S. government facilities, including a heavily-guarded terminal at Las Vegas's McCarran International Airport, USA Today noted.

Janet, which the U.S. government does not admit exists, has been rumored to fly in and out of Area 51 and several top secret military installations in the western part of the country through Las Vegas.

The job posting, according to USA Today, said the flight attendant applicant "must be level-headed and clear thinking while handling unusual incidents and situations (severe weather conditions, including turbulence, delays due to weather or mechanicals, hijackings or bomb threats)" and have an "active top secret clearance" as a highly desired prerequisite.

The Business Insider reported last October that the airline is run by the U.S. Air Force and is made up of 11 airplanes and shuttles Area 51 workers as part of its runs. Janet is an acronym for Joint Air Network for Employee Transportation, but has been jokingly called Just Another Non-Existent Terminal," TBI said.

The airplanes used by Janet are white Boeing 737-600s, with a prominent red stripe down the middle of the fuselage, USA Today said. Janet also likely flies a smaller fleet of commuter-sized turboprops, also white but with a blue stripe.

According to the U.S. State Department, nabbing a top secret clearance would mean the government would need to probe such things as allegiance to the United States, foreign influences and preferences, sexual behavior, personal conduct, financial considerations, alcohol consumption, drug involvement, psychological conditions, criminal conduct, handling protected information, outside activities, and use of information technology systems.

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