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Know how to brief an approach, both jeppesen and nos versions. They asked a lot of questions about the plate, not hard but a lot of questions. Like what the visibility required is, a couple... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Know how to brief an approach, both jeppesen and nos versions. They asked a lot of questions about the plate, not hard but a lot of questions. Like what the visibility required is, a couple different symbols. You will get asked to do some simple descent calcs.  Lots of scenario questions.  Lots of tell me about a time questions.  Make sure to bring all paperwork. They will cater lunch after or before depending on what time you have the interview. It's super great, you stuff... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Your path to the in-person interview may vary depending if someone walked in a resume, sent it to a chief pilot or sent it to HR. I applied and updated a few times. Eventually, I had a 15-20 minute phone screening with one of the assistant chief pilots.   The majority of the phone screen was going into my background. There was only one technical question.  The ACP forwarded my stuff to Santa Monica recruiting. I was contacted by a recruiter and it was a similar... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Made me feel very welcome! Interview was in Santa Monica, I had to pay for the flight and hotel. 5 total interview candidates. Interview was broken up into 3 sections. First was a power point presentation on the company. We were then taken into the lobby to fill out our PRIA forms. We were called up randomly to do either a technical or Culture interview in separate meeting rooms.    Took roughly 45 minutes. Technical Interview:  Technical interview was about an hour.... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Technical Interview with 3 current pilots. Not much technical, just describe a time where you made a mistake or was scared and how you reacted and what you learned from experience. They did not ask any technical questions about current airplane or regulations/system at all. Describe a time you had a disagreement with Captain and what you did, how it was resolved. Previous aviation experience and current flying job. I do not have a current flying job and have flown only a few hours in last... Continue reading this interview experience