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My interview was very straightforward and almost every question that was listed on this site for ACO was asked. My interview was with HR ( one lady, Allex ) only, but the chief pilot (Colt) often does the interviews and he is an amazing person. I... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. My interview was very straightforward and almost every question that was listed on this site for ACO was asked. My interview was with HR ( one lady, Allex ) only, but the chief pilot (Colt) often does the interviews and he is an amazing person. I interviewed via online on a Monday and I received a call by Friday. I was able to request the next available class date which was only two and a half weeks away so I was able to get started fairly quickly. The first week of training is done at your... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. The interview is on par with what others have experienced. You will get an email to set up a good time for a phone interview, then colt will call you. The call will consist of some of the hr questions.  (view the study guide of this website), be ready to write down Craft.   The in person took another week to hear back on a time to come up from HR, Alexx will call you and set it up. You’ll have to travel on your own dime. When you go it will be at headquarters on the second... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Phone Interview occurred first and was about 30 minutes long and accurate of other post on here. Lots of questions about things on your resume, flight experience, and who you are. They are just trying to get to know you. In person was 4 days later in St. Louis. You have to travel there on your own dime. In Person interview was about the same length. Talked about a few scenario questions. (view the study guide of this website).  They want to make sure that you are a good fit for the... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. About 2 months after I had submitted my resume, I received an email asking if I was interested in a phone interview to which I replied yes. The phone interview was scheduled, and was fairly straightforward as previously described. No technical or knowledge questions, just a chance to get a better idea of your background and ask any questions about the position. My in-person interview took place about 2 weeks later in ACO's corporate hq in St. Louis, which is about 20 minutes south of STL.... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Phone interview: Was straight forward and parallels what others have posted. Study the questions on here and you're good. In-person interview: Interviewed with Colt in STL and he's a fair, nice guy. Sat down with a lady from HR with Colt, he asked questions about my goals, IFR questions, and asked scenario-based questions. After passing that, he verbally offered the position. The HR lady came back with a basic contract to view while he copied my passport, DL, and other materials. I cannot... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. After submitting my application they emailed me back with within 2-3 days. I chose when i wanted the phone interview which was about a week later. They called me exactly when they were suppose to and I was interviewed by Colt. He gave me a brief description about the company, where they fly, what they fly, pilot contracts (18 months if you are in between 500-1000hrs) and pilot schedules. Then came the interview questions, started with HR questions.  After the HR questions a couple... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. I submitted my application then I received an email about almost a week later about when will I be able to do a phone interview. I picked the day. They responded to my reply a day later with the time of interview. The person that called, his name was Colt. Nice guy. He interviewed me. He asked me to talk a bit about myself, he asked IFR fuel requirements. He aske me about part91 takeoff minimums (there are none). He asked what is considered IFR conditions. He also asked me about a... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. The interview was exactly as mentioned here. Got an e-mail from Grey a Week after I applied and wanted to schedule a phone interview. We've missed our first interview , he mentioned that he forgot about it and apologized, and spent another week trying to reschedule. I am not sure if it was a behavior test , but we finaly got to talk on the phone. Nice guy, laid back, asked about my flying experience, ran through my resume, asked me what I knew about the company (very important, read about... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Got a call from Reid to set up an over the phone interview. Questions were what have been posted. Couple weeks later I received a call back for a face to face interview, this consisted of a few questions about my aviation career, a tour of the airport and Air Choice One facilities, opportunity to read the contract, then asked if I had any questions. After that he verbally offered the... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. I submitted an application via the ACO website on about November 2017 with a current employee reference. I received an email two days later informing I was not selected to continue in the hiring process because I lacked enough night time. I inquired about how much night time ACO likes to see and was told 50 hours minimum. Over the next few weeks I accrued the flight time and reapplied which was the week before Christmas. I applied and emailed the HR rep, Ray, informing him that I had gained... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Galen N

    Good prep, accurate interview experiences and direct info from candidates was useful!

    Oct 21, 2020