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Interview was great and very friendly. Then Scenario  (view the sim.scenario... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Feb 11, 2020 Interview was great and very friendly. Then Scenario  (view the sim.scenario section of this website).  Overall had a very good experience. Went back to the office and filled out a bunch of paperwork then they sent me off to get a drug... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. I hate to be redundant and not give an updated interview, but the previous gouge was spot on. They have started doing a written exam again. No big deal though, just study  ATP questions. Relax, have a good time! They are looking for people that are... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Spot on from the gouge I researched at this website. To the "T"! Departure from 25 at LAS, climb to about 500 ft, head to the VOR, do a hold procedure. If you do it properly, they probably won't make you do any more than one round in the hold. At least, they didn't for me. You leave the hold and intercept the approach for 25 at LAS. Definitely know VDP! That's big here. Other than that, just relax in the... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Well, I believe this will be the first gouge since 2008. My experience was not a lot different from what has previously been reported. One thing I did notice is that they seem to have discontinued the ATP written questions. There was no written test during my interview. I would also like to highly recommend prep work. I arrived in the morning and met up with Ron who is the director of training, and Sarah from HR. One other applicant was there and the first 15-20 mins was just info... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Scenic was bought out by Pallion so they are now based out of Boulder City. They have also changed the people who are doing the interviews. So all the other gouges that say that they are rude no longer apply. I was interviewed by Jennifer and Jerry (chief pilot) They were very laid back and made it a very comfortable interview.  I suggest doing the sim prep the day before just to get used to the sim. The sim was pretty straight forward. He gave me a direct entry hold on a DME fix. Then I... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. I think it will be a good place to be. Were all the people nice? They're nice, they try to get you to screw up on the interview part though. Did they offer you the job right there? Yes, the people who get hired are told then, those who aren't are sent a letter. Details about the daily job and flying? About 12 hour days supposedly with anywhere from 4-10 hours flight time per flying day. The schedule is 5/2 or 4/3. How was the interview? Test? Sim? etc.. I did the Sim prep. The sim can... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Wow! This was the rudest interview I have ever been to in my whole life for any position anywhere! I don't understand why any professional organization would act like this. The interview consisted of SCREAMING and YELLING by the interviewers! It started like this. There were 4 candidates in my class. We all took a written test (if you have studied the ATP written lately you will do fine) and then did the sim evaluation, and were called in one by one for the interview. I was the... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Ehh, it was an interesting experience. All the other gouges are true, so I\\\'ll just share my experience. I was impressed with their set-up at VGT. It seemed very professional. After talking to some of the pilots, I was told that they were about to move all flgiht ops down to Boulder City airport. No one sounded happy with the move. They said it was a busy uncontrolled GA and training airport that also had skydiving ops. Where\\\'s the safety in that move? The flight ops would be... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Invest the $75 into the sim prep. Bob is a good guy, and a good instructor. The sim doesn't fly like anything Man has ever invented. It's an ATC 820, a generic Cessna 400 series cockpit. Practice the VOR 25 into LAS, that's the only approach the sim is capable of doing. If you can, find yourself a 1995 plate for the approach. It's a lot different than the current plate. As far as the written goes. People below have stated that they don't ask figure questions....they do. I had about... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. The interview was supposed to start at 8:30 and four out of five people that were supposed to interview showed up. First, Ms. Nicolas takes us into a room and explains how to use the computers to take the 35 question written test. I believe they said you have to get at least 28 out of 35 questions correct. I finished the written test in probably a little over five minutes, but I also had just taken my ATP written and studied quite a bit before the interview too. Several questions on... Continue reading this interview experience

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