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One morning, with no advance notice, I was called by HR-recruiting and asked some basic questions regarding my application. They were most interested in specifics regarding my instrument and night experience; and, wether the instrument experience was mostly coupled-precision, vs hand flown non-precision. I had applied before, so... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Feb 10, 2020 Applied for Ameriflight Sunday afternoon. Got a call Monday morning from HR and they left me a message. When I called back they asked me some clarifying questions about my Instrument time, what kinds of planes I have most of my time in, why I want to work at Ameriflight. After a few minutes she said she would talk to the flight line and get back to me. Within 10 minutes she called back with an... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Dec 04, 2019 One morning, with no advance notice, I was called by HR-recruiting and asked some basic questions regarding my application. They were most interested in specifics regarding my instrument and night experience; and, wether the instrument experience was mostly coupled-precision, vs hand flown non-precision. I had applied before, so Ameriflight already had somewhat of a track record. The next morning, I was sent an offer letter with a class date and a base assignment. On my application, and... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. The initial contact was very quick after submitting application. Kacie was point of contact and was fantastic in being responsive and answering questions. This appears to be a GREAT opportunity to amass time in a twin turbine flying the BE99. The first interview was a screening series of questions regarding time, etc. Unfortunately, I received a negative email response saying I was not moving forward, but don't let that stop... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. 1. They asked about my background and flight experience. 2. Study as if you are going on an IFR check ride. 3. Know part 135 and some part 91 rules. 4. Know your airspace and Jeppesen charts. 5. Review Multi-engine arrow dynamics. 6. Also review the how a turbo prop engine works. When you pass your interview get ready to know your aircraft Flows and... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Submitted my application on a Friday and heard back from them on a Wednesday. I had already interviewed with them a few weeks prior for a previous opening when I didn't have the required minimums yet, so when they called on Wednesday it was more of an update as to what I had been doing since the previous interview and then they offered me the job. The first time I interviewed though was relatively laid back as well. I was emailed a couple of days prior to set up a time for a phone... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Kacie called on-time and was very friendly. Jumped right into it and asked about my experience working as a CFI. I was asked if I was willing to relocate. EMB-120 FO position requires relocation to the assigned base because of the schedule, which makes sense. I’m unable to relocate right now, so was encouraged to reapply once I reach the minimums for the Accelerated Captain... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. I received an email about 3 days after I submitted my application regarding setting up a phone interview with Kacie. We scheduled it for a few days later and she informed me it would be about my flight times and experience. The day we spoke on the phone, she called me promptly at the time we arranged and she introduced herself and what she did with the company. She was very polite and very friendly! She then asked me to confirm my flight times and tell her a little about myself and... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Just know your multi-engine and IFR fundamentals. Think of it as a commercial multi and CFII checkride. While I wasn't actually asked any 'flying' questions during the 'interview' (maybe because I'm a 'current' CFI/CFII)... they could have easily done so. I think they are most interested in multi-engine time and CFI/MEI/CFII experience. I get the feeling that the more AMEL/S and Dual Given time the better. Those things seem to go a long, *long* way to preparing you, (at least in... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Great over all experience, great relaxed process, this website helped me... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. After I summited the application on the company website, I was contacted within the same week. The recruiter gave me a call, went over some flight numbers, told me what bases were open and sent me an email attached with an online interview link the day after. The email also has the Jepps approach plate for part of the interview. I got the email on Thursday, studied the plate and did the online interview on Saturday. As mentioned before the online interview is not face to face, it was a... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Antonio L
    (Hired at Ameriflight)

    Definitely helped to have current interview reports. Having up to date reports on what actually happens on the interview is very valuable.

    Dec 14, 2019