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I interviewed via Skype which was a new experience for me. The HR portion was straight forward and began with a PowerPoint presentation of the company. Then we went into the Q&A about me and my background. They just want to know who you are. You do have to be Superman or Superwoman. Just be yourself and relax. Typical TMAT questions. The technical was also straight forward. I was given a metar and taf for KAVL. I was then given an ETA in local time for KAVL and asked questions. You’ll have to convert to Zulu time and decipher the TAF. The answer... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jan 16, 2023 Very realxed interview. HR and Pilot were very nice people and that helped set the tone for the rest of the interview. Simple HR TMAAT questions. Technical portion straight for. Briefed SID, ILS, went over some systems of current aircraft. Asked about 91.175. Great experience... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jan 11, 2023 Interview started with HR presentation about the company. Afterwords I was asked some HR questions.  Technical started with "explain the fuel system of a C172"  Was given CJO on spot. FO stayed on after interview for another 30 minutes to talk more personally about his experiences, advice for being successful in training/flying with the company, and answering all my other questions. Interview was relaxed, about an hour long. The study guide here provided great insight.... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jan 06, 2023 Commutair Interview: 20 minute Powerpoint presentation by HR recruiter. Discussed company leadership, commuting, parking reimbursement, and bases. IAD seems by far the most senior with DEN not too far behind and IAH the most junior. Reserve running 3-6 months. Said that IAH flies the most and DEN the least. HR portion was super straightforward, literally 2 questions: • Tell me about a time you went above and beyond • Tell me about a time you had a stressful situation in the... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jan 06, 2023 The interview experience was quiet pleasant. The study gouge on here was spot on, if you study these topics you will be okay. The interview began with a short presentation of the company followed by a few HR questions. Then the pilot began the technical portion. He was very calm and relaxed which made me feel very relaxed. Started by presenting a complex Metar and TAFs. Make sure to familiarize yourself with METAR if you haven't looked at them in awhile. I was given a route and asked if I... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jan 03, 2023 Did a 30 minute phone screen where I was explained how the interview would go, schedule a time, and that there was a 40 question written test to be taken before the interview. Questions on that test were easy don't sweat it, you've got 2 tries. HR portion was asked about my most challenging student, and about my background. Techinical started off with reading a METAR. (view the study guide of this website).  Then brief an ILS approach he chooses, and last questions were about what if... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Dec 27, 2022 I waited about 4 weeks to hear back after applying. I was scheduled for 30 phone call screening then a written test consist of 40 questions in 45 minutes then Team meeting, with Hr person and 2 other pilots. they started the interview with a Powerpoint introduction to the company. Know the 4 core values then Basic 4 HR questions, then technical questions were all from this website. We started with Metar and TAF reading then 123 rule during TAF reading there was a TEMPO and I was asked if... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Dec 19, 2022 Before the interview, a sheet with CommutAir callouts, flaps and gear settings of ERJ145 will be sent to all candidates after the phone screening, make sure to study it for technical portion in the interview. It was conducted on Microsoft Team with 1 HR personnel and 1 CommutAir pilot. They first introduced themselves, gave me a little presentation about CommutAir, asked me if I have any questions, The HR personnel asked me 5 HR questions, including tell them about myself which is not on my... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Dec 12, 2022 Very straightforward as per the gouge and very friendly people. Started with an overview of the company then HR questions (TMAAT stressful flight / above and beyond). The technical portion: was asked to explain a system of my choice in my aircraft, when we need a destination alternate (123 rule), read 3 lines of a TAF for KPDX, then briefed the ILS Y 27 into KHLN.  (view the Sim/Scenario section in the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Dec 12, 2022 Overall very similar to others that have posted on this site. Very relaxed and professional. Started off with some basic HR questions and TMAATW situations. Was showed a powerpoint of the company and what the FO job entails. Technical portion came next with an FO from the company. They really want you to be relaxed and not intimated and are not trying to stump you, so if you have prepared yourself on some of the basic topics that others have posted on this site, high speed aerodynamics... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Dec 09, 2022 Technical review was quick. Ran through the required memorization items given to you prior to interview. All questions on this website were questions asked in the interview. Had 1 HR question and was given the CJO on the... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Christian S
    (Hired at CommutAir)

    The insight to know what to expect for the interview, for the technical questions in particular, is a great help!

    Dec 05, 2022