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The interview was exactly as others stated.. I don’t think they’ve made any changes or plan on doing so. The tests were somewhat intimidating and hard to study for but don’t sweat it. Do your best. Nobody has “aced” them nor finished... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. The interview was exactly as others stated.. I don’t think they’ve made any changes or plan on doing so. The tests were somewhat intimidating and hard to study for but don’t sweat it. Do your best. Nobody has “aced” them nor finished of all them. Just be accurate and efficient. I had to practice long hand division, other than that I studied 121 and 135 rules and regs. Randy is an awesome guy, he’ll lead you through most of the interview. Panel interview... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Great company. Old equipment. They made me the offer. The SIM was the hardest part. It is a desktop SIM of the MD80. Study the SIM Profile they send you in the interview packet and you shouldn't have a problem. The HR part of the interview is easy. The Chief Pilot attended this part of the interview. His questions were long term related. A battery of timed tests (5 in all), which come right out of the ATP study guide. They represented themselves very well, and Randy (recruiter) is a huge... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. The interview started at 8am sharp where me and two other applicants were greeted and taken to a classroom where we were introduced to Randy. Randy gave us a 30 minute presentation on USA Jet Airlines, including company history, pilot lifestyle, compensation and benefits. After that we started a series of multiple choice timed written tests including math, physics, mechanical, matching and FAR (not timed). During our written tests the other candidates and I were periodically grabbed by staff... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Just as described in previous gouges except we did not get lunch. Nice hotel provided the night before the interview. Everyone was very nice and... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. The company puts you in a motel the night before the interview. Interview started at 8:00 and finished up at 12:00, then they took you out for lunch. After that we went to a clinic in town for the drug test. There were three of us that interviewed. Introduction of the company, finger prints, and outline of the days events. After that we were given four timed test and one FAR test that wasn't timed. Then we had a non motion sim eval. Vectors for an ILS with a missed approach, ATC, and CRM.... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Same as previous posts.   Greeted by HR Representative and finger printed.   Took a short series of written exams. 1 basic airmen knowledge similar to ATP type questions, basic mechanical aptitude test, basic math test, basic cognitive test.   Flew an approach (vector to an ILS) on a PCATD (MD-80) to a go-around. Make sure you can brief a full approach and that you can fly an approach and hold with analogue... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. I received the invitation for interview a few days after submitting my resume directly to Randy Hotton (the main contact for the interview). After submitting my resume Randy sent me a link with a code attached to take the psyche test online, it was fairly quick, even though the test stated it would take and hour or more I believe. They were simple true or false questions, with a fair amount of reworded repeats. Ex. People often call you quick tempered, true or false. After completing the... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. The general gouge from the last several years was very helpful, and quite accurate. I felt that I had studied the right information, and was prepared for the verbal interview. ?This time, they are hiring into a contract F/O position, which pays $2400 a month guarantee of 40 hours, plus $60/hr over 40 hours. Since it's contract, none of the benefits apply, but when and if you are hired as a full time F/O, your time as a contractor count for the 90 day waiting period.I drove to Belleville... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. The interview started at 8AM sharp at the Active Aero Services FBO.    It is a very friendly interview process and enjoyable. The morning will start off with an introduction of the company and its future goals. The person presenting the presentation will explain the lifestyle of a pilot working for USA Jet, Non-scheduled cargo.   After the presentation is over HR will likely start taking finger prints. ... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Every thing in previous post are still correct. I am a low timer, and I was just happy they let me interview. First off they seem like a really nice group to work for. The training is well known and in house. They would've hired me if I had more time, when I start building CFI time I will reapply. I would highly recommend this company for anyone looking into a great place to... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Richard F

    Knew what to expect...great job!

    May 12, 2020