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HR Panel- 5 people Tmaat you went above and beyond crew member rejected your advice why us tell me about your self why not american Basically as expected. 7 military... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Feb 16, 2022 I went for the Air Canada interview, where they asked me about my current job, my educational and flying experience and later on focused on technical questions specifically related to jet engines. After this, they asked me about Air Canada's fleet and about its operations. The interview lasted for about 30... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jan 12, 2022 The first step of this is to show up to your interview with the intention of having an amazing first impression. Dress in business formal attire (solid colour suite prefferably black) on point shoes and a clean cut appearance. Once the interview began I was asked a series of questions on a personal level in order to get to know me better as a person. The interview was held by 2 active Pilots followed by a representative from HR. Some technical questions where asked and formulated to obtain... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. HR Panel- 5 people Tmaat you went above and beyond crew member rejected your advice why us tell me about your self why not american Basically as expected. 7 military and 3 121 pilots. They are trying for 12 candidates 3 days per week. Three guys went to interview first, four guys went to the computers first. Middle group had to wait a couple hours to get started. My HR panel was pretty laid back. 5 minute intro, review school and training, why US, and a couple TMAAT questions to bring in my... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Went to the Air Canada interview recently. There are several different things that are done. They could be in different orders as there are several candidates that are doing the near day long process. The first part was an over 500 question psychological test on a computer that asks all kinds of questions unrelated to flying. They are more personality type questions that seem to come up more than once sometimes to see if you answer the same way both... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. I first learned that I had been granted an interview with Air Canada when I received an email from Cathy Vining of Air Canada Pilot Recruitment. The email itself contained quite a bit of bold/underlined/coloured font. It closely resembled spam, so if you're anticipating this email anytime soon, keep an eye out! Contained within the email was a list of available interview dates/times. I had been told to pick one on a Monday or Tuesday, mid-morning, as this is when the interviewers tend to be... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. The interview seems to be a lot more comprehensive than was posted on here (things change quickly, as the competition is great). I will only mention the things that seem to have changed. 2 people were involved in the interview.. one "HR" person and one pilot (a 767 sim instructor). They each took turns asking about 8 questions each (they had about 3 rounds each!). The interview was over an hour (close to 1 hour 15 mins). No technical questions at all, just "HR", crew relations,... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. VEry simple interview...3 psych type exams, and one cognative test, All computer based. The interview itself was conducted ny a managment pilot. The questions revolved around decision making. No technical, No sim ride, just lots of Decision making... The medical is thorough, not just the standear TC/FAA medical. They want to make sure you are going to be flying for them for the next 20+... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. The interview is just as everyone else has said- straight forward. 3 psych tests and a cog tesst all computer based. then a panel interview done by 2 pilots. basic questions ie. 1) have you had to deal with a difficulty in the cockpit how did you manage? 2) describe your aviaition history 3) what can you bring to Air Canada 4) what do you expect from Air Canada 5) what are your strengths 6) what are your weaknesses 7) how are you trying to improve your weaknesses 8) do you have a preference of... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. First of all, good luck to everyone involved! I am currently an FO on an EMB145 in the US. I am originally from Ottawa, 4 -year degree, 1300 multi, 1100 jet w/ glass cockpit, FMS. AC Flight Operations called me approximately 1 week before my interview. It just turned out that I was going to be in Toronto the following week so we set up an interview. The woman who called was very nice and asked me to give 2 choices for Positive Space flights. She gave me the itinerary for my interview... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Air Canada Jazz - Dash-8 and CRJ operation - 1500 pilots on staff. Excerpt from my company site about a week ago: As many of you are aware, not only are we recalling all furloughed pilots this year, but we are also in a position to accept pilot applications from outside the company. The extent and timing of any future pilot hiring is still dependent on aircraft acquisition, and the commercial plan. Many of you have already forwarded resumes of friends or acquaintances to us for... Continue reading this interview experience

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