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The interview was rather short and pretty relaxed for the most part. It started with an hour presentation over the company that reviewed how it was started, who runs it, company goals/plans, schedules, pay, and benefits. After the presentation was over, they selected interviewees to either go to a room to sit down with HR first or go to a room to sit down with somebody who will ask you technical questions. The HR part was rather simple as they started by running through my resume and asking me questions about it. After that they asked me HR questions that were exclusively on this site. The HR interview was rather simple and fast as it took only about 5 to 10 minutes. The technical portion was a bit longer and was... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jun 08, 2020 Standard interview. Just study the gouge and you’ll be fine. Friendly folks and very laid back. It was conducted online bc of the virus and I was told i will hear back in a week or so. All in all, it was one of the better conducted interviews and they want to hire a lot of... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. May 19, 2020 Started with the mandatory company presentation. It reviewed company structure, benefits, and lifestyle. This was completed via video conference software and did not require candidates to turn on their cameras or microphones. Questions were answered via a textual chat. A week later I did my HR and Tech Panel interviews. Both were very friendly and laid back, as others have stated. The HR panel covered standard HR questions. They tried to relate a lot of the questions to my background which... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 13, 2020 Very laid back. A training captain and chief pilot conducted the hr portion. Questions were straight forward based on your back ground. No tmaat questions. The technical part basically followed the study guide they send you. Straight forward as... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Apr 30, 2020 Interview was very straight forward compared to what other's have experienced here. Recommend studying the study guide provided and review the information here. Tech Panel and HR panel was straight forward. Asked about flight experience and why I wanted to work at Southern. Be honest! The Tech Panel First Officer on the 777 took extra time to answer questions about the company, family life, quality of life, union questions etc. Really looking forward to work... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Apr 28, 2020 Virtual experience due to COVID-19. Phone screening, few days later online presentation, a week later HR & Tech panel interview. HR was pretty standard with few TMAAT questions and the basic why do you want to be at Southern Air. It took around 45 minutes. They were laid back. Technical was easy yet don’t rely only on the reference guide they send you. Prog chart, CRM, Systems or procedures explanation, CFIT, RVSM, Holding, Rapid depressurization, MELs. It was a very pleasant... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Apr 21, 2020 Had the corporate presentation on a Monday via Skype. Didn’t have to turn on video/microphone- just watched and was able to ask questions via the chat function at the end. Had the HR portion on a Tuesday with two people- both incredibly friendly. Asked several questions, (view the study guide of this website).  Definitely good interviewers who were kind and want you to succeed. However, I’d definitely make sure to study... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Apr 16, 2020 The interviews were laidback and straightforward. Tech portion lasted about 40 mins and HR portion about 45 mins. Tech portion was pretty much everything listed that they send you ahead of time, asked about the walk around on current aircraft, METAR/TAF’s domestic and international, prognostic charts international. Drift down procedures, arrivals, approaches, airport diagrams, and holding procedures. HR questions were the typical questions on this study guide. It was a great experience... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Apr 16, 2020 The interview was pretty straight fwd. Initially had problems connecting. Once we were able to connect we went straight into the questions since he lost alot of time. The interviewer was a 747 captain and also typed on the aircraft im currently flying. He asked a few questions on systems and the different approach modes. Went into a prog chart over Africa and if I would accept a route based on the weather. Asked about domestic/ international metars, approaches, holds. Question were... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Apr 15, 2020 Overall experience was great,I had my tech portion with a chief pilot , he’s a really nice guy. He asked me questions About the 737 I’m currently flying, walk around , hydraulic system etc , some CYYZ Metar, prognostic charts over Africa (symbols) Drift down after loss of engine in Denver colorado area. Engine loss after takeoff consideration (not an engine fire severe damage procedure, No memory item for this one) HR was really easy most of the questions are... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Apr 15, 2020 Very straightforward and per the information on the site. TMAAT a FO had to carry you as the AC or a time you weren't up to par. Tech interview- study the sheet they give you in advance.  (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Amanda H
    (Hired at Southern Air)

    It had very accurate information

    Apr 22, 2020