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 I was blown away that they called me at all when I got this call. I did not know what to say and ended up calling back to schedule the interview. Then I was cramming. I will be the first to admit that I am a little rusty as I have been working in other industries for the past few years. In any case, I read a lot and got a lot of information regarding Key Lime and their business as well as reading about... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Got the phone interview.  CP and DO.  Normal questions, HR.  Technical had to breif an approach, LDA into Rifle, Co.   Few questions on approach chart.  Lighting, mda, faf.  Week later had sim ride.  A gauge of IFR skills.  NDB appraoch to missed then hold to ILS.  Apa for ILS, not sure ndb.  Not bad.  Very nice people at the company.  No pressure during interview.  Ask current pay rates (low).  Also they do have training... Continue reading this interview experience

  2.  I was blown away that they called me at all when I got this call. I did not know what to say and ended up calling back to schedule the interview. Then I was cramming. I will be the first to admit that I am a little rusty as I have been working in other industries for the past few years. In any case, I read a lot and got a lot of information regarding Key Lime and their business as well as reading about interviews. I also did the sim time... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Overall a good experience. Seems as though the people at Key Lime are positive and interested in pilots. I didn\'t find out why I didn\'t get the job, but was told via email the following day--pretty nice for such a quick response. So the interview started out a bit behind schedule, but they are pretty busy people. Interviews take place on mondays. The oral portion was 100% HR/personal. Here are most of the questions I remember. Why Key Lime? TMA your flight time from when you first... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Mainly as above gouges. Also asked about what I look for in a company, how does Key Lime fit with those items. What makes a good leader. Also a couple questions on approach plates such as symbols, obstacles (bold one is the highest obstacle in region), glide slope intercept altitude. They mainly want a pilot with good instrument skills, so the sim check will be the deciding factor. Also, if you do the practice sim, it will be harder than when you do it for the company. The sim check was maybe... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Overall experience was pleasant. The interview was 100% HR. All the questions are posted. Key Lime does require a 15 month training contract valued at $10,000 which is not prorated. They also require $250 for uniforms up front and require you to have a cell phone. The simulator evaluation is not difficult but be ready for a single engine ILS and a partial panel NDB. I paid for the sim prep simply because I hadn't flown in awhile, however, I feel if you are current and been flying on a... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Here\'s something I didn\'t find out until the interview - guess I should\'ve pressed the secretary for more particulars: For the Navajo pilots - they take their 8 hour rest period while at an outlying station. So you leave Denver Intl. at 6:00AM and take freight out to somewhere in Nebraska, \"rest\" for 8-10 hours, then come back \"home\" to Denver where you\'ll overnight from 10pm-5am. Anyways, by the end of the interview I wasn\'t too excited and I don\'t think... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. What a dissapointment! Key Lime is certainly NOT for me but draw your own conclusions. I should have listened to two CFI's I met recently who instruct at Front Range. If they are Denver residents and wouldn't apply to Key Lime that should have been a clue. So here it is; I did a Sim Prep in the morning because the email I received prior to the interview stated that there may possibly be a sim ride as part of the interview process. Who wouldn't do a prep in order to "pass" the interview.... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Overall very enjoyable experience. This company is growing and seems like a great place to work; everyone I met was friendly and looked happy to work there. I had heard some rumors about their safety record so before I went I called the local FSDO and researched the company thoroughly; don’t believe everything you read on some of the other interview sites. Most of the incidents I found to be pilot error related and not the fault of Key Lime. Flew out to Denver at my expense. Scheduled... Continue reading this interview experience