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First off I applied online and did not hear back for a while, I called my buddy at the airline to see what the deal was and turns out they never received my app, I applied on their website and that worked. (applied feb 5, phone interview happened mar 5), now for the interview, they flew me up the night before and put me in a hotel like everyone else, that was cool I got to see the mall of America for the first time (worth it if you have time), following morning got on the shuttle to Endeavor with another applicant and waited in the... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Mar 12, 2020 First off I applied online and did not hear back for a while, I called my buddy at the airline to see what the deal was and turns out they never received my app, I applied on their website and that worked. (applied feb 5, phone interview happened mar 5), now for the interview, they flew me up the night before and put me in a hotel like everyone else, that was cool I got to see the mall of America for the first time (worth it if you have time), following morning got on the shuttle to Endeavor... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Feb 26, 2020 All the recent interview questions were spot on! The process was very easy, and everyone was extremely welcoming. Briefed a Jepp approach, and read a few... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Feb 25, 2020 Interviewed at a 141 flight university. The gouge is spot on. 3 parts as everyone says, 35% Logbook/Background/Work Experience, 35% TMAAT, 30% Technical. Took about an hour total. Was offered CJO within a few minutes after stepping out. Gives me a page with 3 airports - departure airport, destination, and alternate with respective METAR's and TAF's*. I was asked many HR and Technical questions.  (view the study guide of this website).... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Feb 24, 2020 Pretty much standard to what's on here. One question that threw me for a loop, (view the study guide of this website).  Then HR questions.  We went over a weather packet with no crazy weather or abbreviations and then they asked me if we were legal to do the JFK VOR 13L/R approach and to brief the plate. With regards to the approach, they asked could you do it if the lead-in lights were inop (read the notes), and then brief them on t/o mins and alternate requirements. After about... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Feb 21, 2020 The gouge is good for Endeavor Air. You start at the C tower at 730am and are greeted by Lisa who walks you up to the presentation room. From there you are shown a presentation about the organization. It talks about benefits, pay, bases, and "what to expect". This took about <1 hr. From there you are moved to a waiting area where you wait for your two-on-one interview. Its a super straight forward interview. You walk in and they ask you the legal questions about... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Feb 19, 2020 All previous reports were spot on. I prepped  for the interview. The interview took less than 45 minutes and was offered an on-the-spot job offer. Logbook review was minimal (already had ATP), technical was 7 questions and there were 5-6 TMAAT/WWYD scenarios. Endeavor sets you up well with the hotel and flight... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Feb 03, 2020 Overall a very professional organization and setup. Hotel shuttle provided from the hotel to Endeavor HQ. As they tell you, you bring all your bags with you. Visitor badge issued at the front desk, then an Endeavor rep escorted us upstairs for the interview. Our group was only three people. We turned in all paperwork. A Captain conducted a professional but informal brief about the company, policies, rough expectations and answered all our questions. This was a good Q/A session and the... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Feb 03, 2020 The interview was great. It was my first ‘real’ interview so it was a little stressful, but if you plan well in advance for it, it’ll reduce the stress and anxiety. Like any interview, they know applicants are nervous, and they do a pretty good job at making people feel comfortable to ease the tension. The interview started at about 8:00am. They grab all your documents that they asked you to bring in the emails they send. Then you’ll meet either an FO or captain (my... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Jan 31, 2020 This was a very professional interview. It was well scripted and had a nice orderly flow. You meet with a pilot rep who gives you a 1 hr presentation...great time to ask any and all questions. This was followed by 30 minute interview with HR and senior pilot. briefed an approach (FAA or Jepp.. your choice). You will be given WX for the approach and asked if could depart the airfield? what's required for an alternate, and does the TAF sport you landing at the alternate they give you. I... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Jan 27, 2020 The gouge is spot on. About a one hour PowerPoint with a captain. Then had a break until called back into a conference room with a pilot and Hr rep. They began with a quick about you, how you got into aviation, etc. Then 5 TMAAT questions, a couple of technical and then brief an approach and read a Metar and TAF. They did mention that the interview process is changing soon, so the gouge in the future may not be as... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Richard V
    (Hired at Endeavor Air)

    Very helpful

    Mar 07, 2020