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They fly you in the night before, you stay at a Hilton Garden Inn which is right down the road from Boeing. You will all meet at the Wayne, in the break room at 10 o’clock. Someone will come and get you and take you to the classroom. Very professional atmosphere, they go over the history of the company and where they are going. They give you a quick tour of the facility and then someone will give you a briefing on the sim ride. They also hand you A study guide for the... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Attended a pilot recruitment event in MIA that morphed into a job interview. Panel interview, two writtens (one math, one basic ATP stuff), and a sim eval. Panel isn't TMAAT or technical - just be yourself. Writtens are not difficult if you're a current 121 pilot. Consider a few days of casual ATP written test prep if you aren't. Be sure you read the questions. Sim eval is "how well can you fly" not "how well can you fly this type" so just relax and show good handflying... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Very laid back, and professional. No TMAAT, WWYD, or technical questions asked in the panel. Written test, no way really to study for it, you either know it or you don't. Sim Eval. in the MD-11, but its a easy airplane to... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Very laid back, and professional. No TMAAT, WWYD, or technical questions asked in the panel. Written test, no way really to study for it, you either know it or you don't. Sim Eval. in the MD-11, but it's an easy airplane to... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. They fly you in the night before, you stay at a Hilton Garden Inn which is right down the road from Boeing. You will all meet at the Wayne, in the break room at 10 o’clock. Someone will come and get you and take you to the classroom. Very professional atmosphere, they go over the history of the company and where they are going. They give you a quick tour of the facility and then someone will give you a briefing on the sim ride. They also hand you A study guide for the sim ride. (view... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Company flew into Miami, put me up in a hotel the night before the interview. Showed up at Boeing facility at 10 AM. There were seven of us in the interview class. They did a presentation on the company, and then a good briefing for the sim evaluation. After the brief, there were two written tests. One on mathematics, and one on general ATP knowledge. Nothing too difficult, no trick questions. After the knowledge tests, break off and either sim or one on one interview. (view the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Flight and hotel for interview provided by WGA. You can already keep the airline miles and hotel points. Breakfast voucher was paid for by WGA at the hotel. Communications from WGA was very thorough regarding travel/hotel and information regarding the schedule of events was very clear. Brief history and future of company held at the Boeing facility followed by a tour of the facility. 2 tests were administered, a 5 question math test consisting of no more than basic addition, subtracting,... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Interview stared at 1100 am at Boeing in Miami. First part included 46 question, 6 math and 40 multiple choice. Recommend to study international procedure. After the writing test, if you pass, they will send you to the SIM in the same building. They are not looking for astronauts, basically they just want to make sure that you are a real pilot. Be ready for a scenario, which is in the study guide.  After the SIM, HR panel will explain you the operation of WGA where you decide if want... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. The instructor met me the morning of the interview and was nice enough to give me a ride to the Simulator center. He asked me a couple of scenario questions, which are in the study guide of this website.  Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Pretty quick process as I am sure every airline is at this time in the aviation industry. I heard back from Western Global within a week and the interview was the following week. They were able to get me into a class at the end of the month in which I... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Just be your self, they want to know about you. The written test is mostly ICAO stuff and a math portion that is completely common sense. Just read carefully. During the sim just act as a captain and FLY THE AIRCRAFT. They don’t care if you know how to fly a 747, They care about if you are trainable and no matter what you can fly an... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Richard F

    Knew what to expect...great job!

    May 12, 2020