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Read Page 1 ... presentation. All really good information and a peek into what the life is like. Presentation ended at around 1130-12. Taco bar brought in which was surprisingly very good. After lunch a check airman and the cheif pilot came in to say hi and waste time while they prepared for our interviews. The interview: very relaxed. Simple hr questions, (view the study guide of this website).  Technical questions: read a metar. I explained everything as if I was teaching it to a student. Next questions about SID (what was the top Altitude) and RVR questions (just simple can we... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Mar 16, 2020 RTP specific interview group, and was almost exactly as most described on this site. Took the 8:30 hotel shuttle to the Charlotte training center. Arrived just before 9. Waited in the cafeteria till about 930 when a couple recruiters brought us back to a classroom where one of them gave us a slide show briefing about the company and answered questions, while two other pilot recruiters and an HR rep took all of our documents and logbooks to another room for review. Follow the instructions... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 16, 2020 Interview was just as the gouge. HR questions was the first half and then a metar with a TAF and was asking if we can takeoff and then brief an approach and if we can continue the approach if the WX goes below minimums. Was asked about the airport diagram for Hot Spots and where to find the information about them. Most of the technical question were about Jep charts. Study the Jep charts and know the FAR's about IFR alternates and study the gouge and you will be okay. Overall a great... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Mar 10, 2020 Flew in the night before. Got to the hotel, which provides a Shuttle to the training center which was easy. Lots of other pilots interviewing for Piedmont. There was only about 9 of us for PSA. Arrived at training center at 9 and checked in. Typical with the other gouges they had us wait in the cafeteria. Pilot came and got us at 10am. Went to a class room where there were assigned seats by last name. After brief introductions the pilots took the log books and documents. While they were... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Mar 10, 2020 The interview process went as outlined on this site. I decided to arrive the morning of, its only an hour flight to CLT for me (would recommend arriving the night before if you have more than a 2 hour commute). When I got to CLT I made my way to the shuttle pickup area (the pickup area isn't the exact same as the map but you'll see other people dressed up looking lost). A couple of us took the same shuttle over to the training center and got to know each other along the way. Unless you are... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Mar 05, 2020 Study the gouge on this site and everything was as expected. Jepp charts, holding speeds, VDP vs. MDA, calculate a VDP, alternates/alternate minimums, METAR/TAFs. I used "Everything Explained for the Professional Pilot" as my go to reference and it was excellent, especially for explaining alternate minimums and requirements. Recommend an electronic logbook as they seemed to appreciate that. I converted my paper logbooks about a year prior to the interview, so I brought both.... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 03, 2020 Gouge is spot on. HR and technical. Basic HR questions and then brief an approach and a... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Mar 03, 2020 The gouges on here are exactly what you will experience. This company seems very friendly and professional. The pilots that I had contact with seemed like the kind of dudes you wouldn’t mind spending 3-4 days together then hope to fly with them again. They want to hire you so just be yourself and study the Jepps. I came from another regional but PSA seems like a better place to be for advancement and better... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Mar 03, 2020 Good experience with PSA. Took the shuttle to the AA training center in CLT, and waited in the cafeteria until our group of about 15 was brought into the classroom for the day. The four pilot recruiters made it a point to encourage us to take off our suit jackets and get comfortable. While three of the pilots reviewed our logbooks and paperwork, one gave us a very thorough presentation. The presentation ended up lasting over two hours with all the questions we asked, and no subject was off... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Mar 02, 2020 I did the HR interview online before attending the CLT interview. They did a presentation on PSA while other pilots reviewed our logbooks. After lunch, interviews started. Mine lasted about 15 minutes due to the fact that I had already completed the HR portion. I was asked to read a METAR, look at an approach plate for KIAD.  Asked questions,  (view the study guide of this website).  Read the missed approach... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Mar 02, 2020 I studied with this website and it was really helpful for the interview. Everything was straight forward. He asked me bunch of questions about Jepp Charts. If you prepare with this material, you would pass. Just focus on symbol, take off minimum(10-9), alternate minimum(1-2-3 rule) and basic instrument knowledge. HR questions were pretty easy.  (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Richard F
    (Hired at PSA Airlines)

    Always current, great heads-up and allows you to stay engaged. It was invaluable when applying for my job.

    Jun 05, 2020