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Everything was really chill. Awesome experience so far, really good company. The Interview started with HR... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Everything was really chill. Awesome experience so far, really good company. The Interview started with HR question with the Chief Pilot and after a couple of questions the Director of training took over the interview with technical questions. Most of all the technical question were IFR basic stuff, nothing about the 135 operation... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Know IFR procedures! Majority of my interview was reading an approach plate and answering multiple questions on the plate and knowing basic instrument flight... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Typical Interview just be prepared to talk about yourself. Know your basic knowledge you learned in training. Go into it with an open mind, and a good work ethic. If you can do that while maintaining good professionalism you will do just... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Laid back and easy. You only have to do a phone interview. Chief Pilot asks about your past flying experiences and why ACC. This didn't happen during my interview, but I have heard he will ask more complex and difficult questions relating to more IFR areas. The chief is a great guy and I really enjoyed interviewing with him. The company is small, but it's a great opportunity to start your... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Phone interview lasted about 45 minutes. We went through the questionnaire I had filled out and sent in ahead of time. Then he asked me why ACC? He also asked what my 5 year plan is. That's about it. He said he will be doing more phone interviews and make his decisions by the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. The interview day began at 8am and consisted of three stages. The first was a written test consisting of 50 questions drawn directly from the IFR written test. You have one hour to complete them all. Terri, the HR lady, graded the test. Then Greg, the chief pilot, and Luke, the director of training, came in started the panel interview. Terri started by asking typical HR questions about why you want to join ACC, career goals, how does this job further those goals, why should we hire you, etc.... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. I met with George and Luke at 0830 at their office.  First thing we did was a 50 question written exam, in which I later found I scored a 92% on.  We then changed locations and had an informal and comfortable conversation about my previous flying positions.  They both had copies of my resume so they asked basic questions on it.  That was fine.  Then a they pulled a IAP chart and asked several questions to see if I knew how to read and... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. It was a really awesome interview experience. I flew in the day before and stayed at the Clarion. They have a really good rate if you mention you are interviewing at ACC. Hotel restaurant was good. Had dinner, a quick workout and then rested for the interview. Shuttle took me to ACC's front door around 8 AM. Started with a written test with questions from the instrument written. Study regs, navigation questions and IAP  questions. There was one question about NTSB 830. Terri took my... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. It started with a phone call from the director of training asking me some basic questions like "What do you know about the company, are you willing to relocate, are you willing to help load and unload the aircraft?". They pretty much all have to be Yes. He then continues to talk about the company, pay and working conditions and if he like what he hears he will ask to set up a phone interview with him and the chief pilot.  The phone call is very similar to the previous call but... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Got to the main gate but had to call my contact there for the building number and walk to the main building be sure ti have that number on hand in case you get lost Fairly casual interview with written test right out of instrument gliem book. questions included hold entries, Vor check questions, IFR minimum requirements and questions on approach plates to name a few. Sit down interview included my background in aviation and questions about a loc approach into KMKE, what is VDP? where... Continue reading this interview experience

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