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You will be contacted whenever the company determines that a class is required in order to accommodate proper fleet staffing. Expect a call from an assistant to select an interview date, sometimes with very short notice. The interview will be conducted at the company's offices on the grounds of... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Aug 12, 2019 View the study guide of this website.   Amerijet is my first interview with any comercial operation and the interview was Smooth and great people. Amerijet is a great opportunity to work for now.  They are growing this is the time to work in Amerijet.  The company is taking care of their... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. You will be contacted whenever the company determines that a class is required in order to accommodate proper fleet staffing. Expect a call from an assistant to select an interview date, sometimes with very short notice. The interview will be conducted at the company's offices on the grounds of MIA. You will receive an email containing some forms to complete also specifying the place, time and required documents. On the date of your interview you will again have to complete more paperwork,... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Interview team: Chief pilot, assistant chief pilot, and the Director of Human Resources. Very personable and relaxed trio that made me feel comfortable and if I had known them for many years. Tell me about your military experience. Tell me about your most memorable flight. Why Amerijet? Discussed my low flight time that is spread out over many years and that most recent applicants had 5,000 hours PIC in turboprops or jets. When asked if I had any questions I asked about a recent... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. I have been applying to AmeriJet since 2009 but never heard back from them, then I saw their advertisement.   I applied there and 6 weeks later got the call from a very nice lady Wilma inviting me for a interview, I was just going into a simulator for training and told her I was interested but couldn't talk at the time and if it was okay for me to call her back, which she agreed, this happened on a Friday, when I returned the call I got her voice mail and left her a brief detailed... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Interview started by filling out paperwork, the usual stuff w-4's, application package with addresses and phone numbers of previous employers, pria paperwork, and a 20 question written exam about general aviation knowledge. As you complete the paperwork they call you out to take a drug test and finger printing. The written test is fairly easy, its question and you provide the answer, no multiple choice. Some of the questions: What is the protected airspace on a dme arc? How many miles out does... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. It was short, with a review of my resume and some basic knowledge technical questions. I asked some questions about the type of operation that were answered kindly. I was told I would be called if selected and I was called within 3 days and offered a job which I... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Similar to all previously summited entries. The written test questions came from the Airline Interview Prep book. There is one about Flying at FL33 and 270 kts what is the true airspeed. After the test, interview with the CP and Assistant CP very professional no tricks. Sim evaluation in the 727 included departure from MIA up to 5000ft. A few turns, climbs and a holding. Vectors for an ILS back to MIA for a landing. Three days later, they Email me with an offer for ground... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Met them at the climbto350 MIA job fair on a Saturday(which was basically worthless) and was asked if I could be there for a sim ride on Monday to start class on Wed. I juggled some things around, and got down there from ATL, filled out the PRIA paperwork and went in for an interview with the DO and the CP. Real simple grip-and-grin: Why Amerijet? will you move to MIA? Tell me about your background. Everything went fine, or so I thought. Was waiting to go over to the sim and was told by the... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Previous gouges were on pretty much. It is a two day deal with the first day filling out paperwork and then a panel interview. Very friendly and laid back. I mostly asked the questions about the company. The second day was more paperwork then a sim evaluation. The previous gouges were the same. Takeoff then climb to 5000 at 250. Turn to a VOR and hold. Do one turn then vectors for a ILS full stop. The Chief Pilot is in the right seat and the DO runs the sim. If you do not live in MIA or are... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Two days later I got a call from their HR Dept. to schedule a sim ride. After getting over the initial shock that they didn't want to talk to me more before interviewing me, I said yes, and they scheduled it two days later. I arrived in the morning at 10:00 AM (they seem to be pretty flexible on the time - another guy got there at 10:30, and another wasn't there till 1 pm. The first half of the day we spent doing things that you don't usually do until you're already hired,... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: John Stephen S
    (Hired at Amerijet)

    A lot of help easing nerves and learning the sequence of events.

    Mar 05, 2020