The highly secretive "Janet Airlines" is reportedly seeking a pilot to join its top-secret operation.
A job posting advertising the position for a first officer in the Las Vegas, Nevada, area recently appeared on the website AECOM, and according to Stuff.co.nz, it is for the mysterious airline.
Very little is known about the airline, which has been nicknamed "Janet Airlines," for "Just Another Non-Existant Terminal," Stuff.co.nz said. It reportedly 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.
Janet, which the U.S. government does not admit exist, has a fleet of 11 aircrafts, and according to the Reader's Digest, their sole purpose is to fly government workers to the cryptic Area 51 military base, which is a site for countless alien-related conspiracy theories.
The current job description requires the successful candidate to transport passengers and cargo to unnamed locations while also taking on various other responsibilities such as ordering changes in fuel supply, loading, routing, and ensuring the overall safety of the flight.
The first officer filling the position will be "responsible for adhering to the flight plan, regulations and procedures of the federal government, company, and any authority which controls the airspace in which operating."
This is a rare job opening with the airline, and all cabin crew members are required to have top-secret clearance.
Earlier this year a position for a flight attendant was advertised with the airline and top-secret clearance was "highly desired" among applicants.
In that job posting, the flight attendant applicant needed to "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.
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