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Flew in to CLT picked up the rental car the company booked for me. Drove to their office in Denver, NC. Admin checked my paperwork as soon as I arrived. After, HR representative then put on a power point presentation about the company. They then separated the applicants and... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Oct 01, 2019 Everyone is super friendly, met the chief pilot and director of operations. Very good experience overall. Basic HR type questions with the recruiter and then the technical portion is just going over a VOR approach plate with the chief pilot. They use FAA charts, not Jepp as a disclaimer. I was extremely satisfied with the experience, just waiting on a class date... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jul 17, 2019 The gouges are on point and the interview process is very smooth... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Flew in to CLT picked up the rental car the company booked for me. Drove to their office in Denver, NC. Admin checked my paperwork as soon as I arrived. After, HR representative then put on a power point presentation about the company. They then separated the applicants and interviewed us. Either you went with the Chief pilot to do the technical interview or stayed with HR. HR questions were typical HR interview questions. Chief pilot reviewed my logbook, asked what type of flying I had been... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. The interview was in CLT. in a hotel close to the airport. It was quite fast. I arrived at the hotel I introduced myself to Hilary and Heidi, I gave my documents with my logbook , after that it was a presentation on powerpoint about MAC and I did the interview with the DO who was really nice in a very relax atmosphere , just some questions about FAR and the rest of them about me. I liked the way they treated me and honestly very enjoyable interview. Then I left the hotel heading to the... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Majority of my time is turbine helicopters & C206/210. Interview was all HR questions, very indepth. My interview panel consisted of the chief pilot, HR director and the former company CEO. No techinical questions; these were all part of the simulator check. Interview started with the simulator check; a C90 King-Air. Really looked at your IFR procedures. I flew a C90 on my X-Plane simulator to prepare. They told me exactly what approaches I would be flying in the check. No feedback... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. I had worked for the Mountain many years ago. And knew they treated employees well. So I took another chance. Got picked up at Charlotte Douglas airport by Mountain. Made copies of all certificates, Did table top simulator, they are looking for your procedures not how well you fly the Elite 430, remember it is a table top and only gives inputs so TRIM lots will help. Also The Mountain emailed the simulator information to several days in advance of the interview. Then asked several... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Approximately two weeks after applying, I received a call from Shieka, the HR representative.  She confirmed some points on my resume, asked if I would still like to interview, and I was given several dates and times to choose from.  An application package was emailed the next day that contains about 10 forms to bring to the interview (PRIA, Drug testing release, driving records, etc), one of which needs to be notarized.  The interview site is in Maiden, North Carolina, which... Continue reading this interview experience

  8.  I thought initially I was lost because their main offices are a little off the beaten path but it is a really neat operation they have going. Small and nice family atmosphere. Did the Sim ride first as previously written about. Laid back. The person that is monitoring you makes you feel real comfortable. Don't expect it to be perfect. I was holding the control column in about a 20 degree left banked turn and my ADI was showing me straight and level. Touchy but you can get used to it.... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Began with a call to Mountain Air on the morning of my interview to get picked up at the hotel. Yes, they offer you a ride to & from MAC to & from the hotel or airport. The hotel is your responsibility but was told by Mountain Air before check-in that I would get the discounted MAC rate. A 40 minute drive to the MAC facility where, upon arrival, they wasted no time. Straight to the chamber. The sim is a desk top type & very sensitive but manageable. Started with steep turns, 360... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Prior information is spot on. Met with HR and reviewed paperwork. Then on to the desktop sim. As mentioned it's touchy. It was a PCAD/Jeppessen. Series of steep turns followed by the full DME VOR 24 HKY. I was told they are looking for such things as your instrument scan, situational awareness and procedures. Just do the best you can. Then met with Directior Flight Operations. Review of resume, logbooks. Outlined the needs of the company, pros and cons to freight operations, etc. Very honest... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Logan S

    Easy, quick and superior service.

    Jun 05, 2020