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The interview was the most pleasant interview I have ever had. Met with the interviewer (active GoJet Captain) at a Marriott near my house. He was there for a career fair and stayed for my interview so I didn't have to fly up to St Louis. Interview was very similar to the others on this website and the study questions were all you really need to prepare with. A couple of notes to mention 1. GoJet uses Lido charts instead of Jeppesson or FAA charts. We used the Lido chart for the technical... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Mar 27, 2020 Interview was very straightforward - starts with yes/no questions - continues to some HR questions TMAAT, why GoJet - continues to the technical portion which consists of a lido Approach Plate, brief, answer questions about symbols, alternates etc - answer questions about dispatch release and... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 27, 2020 Virtual interview due to current events. Communication leading up to was great and had a details known prior to this interview. Very straightforward. Normal ice breakers for the first few minutes. HR required questions asked next. (view the study guide of this website).  Technical questions involved alternate requirements, takeoff minimums, and departure alternate rules. TMAAT question. After this I was congratulated and given a CJO. Disregard training date I entered (system forces you... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Mar 25, 2020 They did interview through Online HR and technical this website help really good be great at Jeppesen DP SID STAR... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Mar 11, 2020 This was a fantastic interview experience for me. The recruiter was utterly nice and tried his best to turn the typical tens atmosphere of the interview to one that was relaxed and informal. He emailed me a LIDO chart of KRDU ILS 23L shortly prior to the interview with the TAF & METAR attached. A lot of technical Qs. T/off mins, Alt min when do we need them. Loss of pressurization what do you do, When do you worry about your Max Landing weight. That was it, then he asked which class... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Mar 09, 2020 A captain flew in to an airport close by for my interview. Checked on my paperwork and logbooks. the gouge on this sight is spot on. he did both the hr part and the technical part by himself. HR part included TMAAT and "what would you do in this scenario" questions. The technical part was not that difficult. I was asked a few questions, (view the study guide of this website), and then I was asked to brief a lido approach plate. all in all pleasant experiance. I was asked if I... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 04, 2020 I'm an RTP guy. I did my interview at the HQ in St. Louis. Was taken to a small conference room and given a power point presentation on the company while a pilot went over my logbook. Have originals and copies of required documents per the interview invitation email instructions. Interview started out with TMAAT questions that were spot on from the gouge. There were no surprises. Be prepared with some questions to ask about GoJet.  Technical questions; brief approach LIDO (ILS... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Feb 20, 2020 Study questions in study guide here, be relaxed but professional of course. Most times sounds like your sent a dispatch release & approach plate like I was & because they use LIDO materials for charts/plates, etc., I was also sent a tutorial link. Interview was with a captain who wanted it to be a good experience. Do a little homework on company & it’ll give you more to discuss & maybe help you come up with questions which they like, shows motivation & interest... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Feb 17, 2020 Great interview. Captain and HR representative participated, and both were great people. Started out with telling about my flying career. Went into TMAAT questions from there. I was asked simple HR type questions. (view the study guide of this website).  Talked about the aircraft, bases.  Was asked when I would be available to start. The interview was a very pleasant experience. I interviewed there once before years ago and this was a completely different experience that I... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Feb 13, 2020 The interview was the most pleasant interview I have ever had. Met with the interviewer (active GoJet Captain) at a Marriott near my house. He was there for a career fair and stayed for my interview so I didn't have to fly up to St Louis. Interview was very similar to the others on this website and the study questions were all you really need to prepare with. A couple of notes to mention 1. GoJet uses Lido charts instead of Jeppesson or FAA charts. We used the Lido chart for the... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Feb 08, 2020 It was a Unique and very positive experience. We utilized online for the interview. Numerous technical questions; Most of which were covered in the previous remarks. I was asked to find the highest elevation point on an approach plate. I was asked several questions regarding if you can continue an approach if the weather goes below minimums before or after the final approach fix. I was asked what qualities make a good captain? Be honest and of course be yourself and you will do just... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: E S
    (Hired at GoJet Airlines)

    Website helped out a lot. Thanks.

    May 18, 2020