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The interview was pretty straight forward. Everything on the gouge was spot on and the interview has no surprises so relax and just study and keep current on your IFR stuff. The day started out with me flying to CLT, flight was delayed so i contacted my recruiter to let her know about it, once I arrive I went to the baggage claim, door D, and if you walk to your right their is a sign that says American flight training center shuttle, make sure you take it. Once you check in, you'll wait for your recruiter to pick you up from the cafeteria. Once they picked us up, without missing a beat we started to... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jul 30, 2020 Was very laid back and on par with everyone else. Just study the gouge and you will be successful. I was placed in a pool with everyone else during this though time. Briefed an approach to Wilkes-Barre Scranton airport and answered questions about the airport diagram. Then it became the question game until you get an answer wrong. Just be yourself and have a good time. The metars weren't as bad as I thought everyone said they would be. But honestly with some of the prep I did for the... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jul 23, 2020 My interview was virtual due to COVID-19 and was completed with one HR rep and a pilot recruiter. The entire process was about an hour and 20 minutes. Ignore the training date. I was hired into the pool. The interview started with an HR presentation, followed by HR questions, and finally the technical portion. HR questions was pretty standard. (view the study guide of this website). TMAAT questions.  The gouge for the technical portion was spot on.  I was asked to brief an... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jul 02, 2020 A very friendly and non threatening interview. Like all recent interviews posted here, done online. Met with 2 recruiters, started with slide show presentation of company information. Follow by Q and A if I had any questions. After that a quick introduction of myself and the recruiters. Some basic questions regarding my application and paperwork. Then the tech portion which was regarding Metar and TAF deciding. Fog types. What increases aircraft performance on takeoff. Brief a JEPP approach.... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jun 30, 2020 Interview was virtual with 2 personnel from HR. It started with a review of the company to include benefits. Then there were TMAAT questions and finally technical questions. It lasted about an hour. Heard back the next day. I was hired into the pool for when they open classes back up. Interview question prep was pretty much right on. I missed "TSE 15" from my TAF read back. They told me I missed it and then gave me a chance to correct. Briefing was IND 23R from Jepps... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jun 16, 2020 Started off with presentation of company by HR. Then went into HR questions. (view the study guide of this website). Then went into technical questions. Jepp approach chart briefing, ILS 16 BGM. Airport diagram: runway length following GS, hazards (birds in vicinity note), Hot spots, ILS hold short line. Weather: Stages of thunderstorm, describe microburst, weather associated with high/low pressure systems, types of icing and most dangerous type, three things that would increase takeoff... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. May 25, 2020 Very straight forward. All of the questions came from the gouge on here. Just study it, know how to brief an approach and you will be good. HR was standard questions. Heard back with offer within 20 minutes. Hiring into the pool and class dates will be given based on 121 time and... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. May 19, 2020 The interview was heavier on the tech side, not so many HR questions. They throw some challenging METARS your way, be prepared to read/interpret everything in them especially unusual items in the remarks portion. Be prepared to answer questions on Thunderstorms, microbursts and icing. Be familiar with Jepp plates and be prepared to brief approach, full procedure, missed, holding, holding speeds and entries. Lastly, be familiar with Jepp airport/taxi diagram, know symbols on there. Overall... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. May 15, 2020 Walked through training history beginning with flying in college. Any failures? Just said nearly entirety of ECIC intro. Briefed ILS16 BHM. Asked to walk through entire approach from south of field.  Asked how to enter hold on missed approach. Asked about localized alignment with runway. ALS config. 10-9 asked about landing distance on glideslope, runway centerline lights, taxiway edge lights, hot spots, mag deviation arrow. They mentioned they ask q's until you miss one, so don't worry... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. May 14, 2020 Please note the training date above is incorrect. It should be TBD as Piedmont is not currently offering training dates. Pilots that “pass” the interview are placed in a “Candidate Hiring Pool” and will be contacted once training resumes. The interview was conducting via online due to COVID-19 social distancing requirements. I interviewed with one person from HR and one pilot recruiter. Both individuals were very professional and seemed excited to be talking... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. May 14, 2020 Still interviewing for a hiring pool. Not giving any class dates at this time. Started with very brief aviation background and questions about application. No TMAAT or scenario questions. All technical. Briefed ILS 16 KBGM. Decoded two METARS. Look for PRESRR LTCICCCCG, ALQD, TS MOV E DST/1708.  Thunderstorm questions. Microburst questions. Had me brief when we could descend on the approach from the South with the full PT. After approach questions, asked about holding speeds, what... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: William R
    (Hired at Piedmont Airlines)

    I liked the practice questions from actual interviews, also the option to study for more than one company. It definitely helps with the actual interview!

    Jul 21, 2020