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A fantastic interview experience! I have never felt more comfortable or welcomed while interviewing for a job. The entire staff as well as the new hire class training at the time were extremely friendly. Everyone stops to say hello and I mean everyone from the newest mechanic to the DO. Interview was very laid back and the management is very upfront about the company and where it is going. They let you read the contract while you are there and answer every question they can. If they dont know the answer, they say they dont know but will try to find out before you leave.... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. May 22, 2023 There are no tricks. Follow the gouge. Be friendly. Be Honest. Practice a a few TMAAT scenarios. Write down a few aviation experiences/stories that you can expand on. Review METAR abbreviations (ex VA:volcanic ash). Expect to chair fly a route from CVG to ATL. Be prepared to walk through the scenario from gate to gate, making radio calls... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. May 16, 2023 From the start of the process to the end of the process was a great experience and they really make you feel comfortable and are happy to interview and want the best for you. It was an HR and tech tabletop interview, just like others have said in this gouge. I would highly recommend reading through the questions on this app to prepare and have honest genuine experiences to pull from and it will go... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 09, 2023 They opened up by being very friendly and setting a comfortable environment which made it easier to think through the questions that were being asked. They asked the general TMAAT questions that are on the here along with several other general HR questions, in all they asked about 7 questions from the ones that are here in the HR section. The technical part was to brief a flight from CVG to ATL. They give you the release and ask you to play the captain, getting the clearance and briefing the... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. May 05, 2023 First part HR and couple of pilots , very nice and maintained good humor , tmat questions as described on forum , what makes a good capt , any difficult pilot you flew with etc. technical, Sid star , from cvg to Atl, speed limit , takeoff brief , approach brief , brief taxi for takeoff . Speed limit in class B , meteorology symbols , read metar , questions about holding fuel , how long can we hold... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Apr 18, 2023 Like other experiences on here, the interview process was just as previously described. The guys were happy, easy to talk to, and put you at ease. Great experience. First half of the interview was a few tell me about a time questions. What makes a good or bad captain, tell me about a time you had to make a quick decision in the cockpit, maybe one more. Why ATI? What do you know about ATI? Then a bunch of general HR questions about your background etc. Second half was the table top... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 31, 2023 The interview was vary friendly, and the hiring team is welcoming and does their best to put you at ease. They are some of the friendliest, most professional people l have met. First did HR interview with basic HR questions, TMAAT and tell us about yourself questions. They want to know that your family is going to be ok with the schedule and that it won’t be an issue in the future. Second part, you get flight packet for flight from KCVG to KATL, taxi diagram and weather. Several next... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Mar 07, 2023 Very relaxed interview. Three cpt’s did the HR. Pretty standard TMAAT stuff, have you ever flown with a difficult pilot, what makes a good cpt etc. The table top brief/tech was very straight forward, wanted to see that you were aware of any alt constraints, top alt, and speed restrictions. Gave a crossing restriction on STAR, at FL310 cross 40 this side of fix at 11,000ft. 20,000 ft to lose @ 3 miles per 1,000Ft = 60miles. 60 miles + 40 miles =100 miles from fix you start down. Given... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Feb 28, 2023 I submitted my application on Saturday and had an interview set up by 1200 on Monday. The gouge here was spot-on. This was such a pleasant experience. All interviewers were personable and very friendly and worked hard to put me at ease. Like many have said, I believe they are interviewing you because they like what they see on your application and are hoping you're everything they think you are. It really is a check to see if you are someone they'd be willing to spend 15 days with on... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Feb 28, 2023 Very straight forward interview no Mysteries or Tricky questions HR and Pilots were very friendly and let me through TMAAT questions Questions are basically what my previous colleagues explained before Nice and Friendly environment. I felt like at home (No Pressure) Good luck Looking forward to... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Feb 16, 2023 The interview was quite normal and easy. Every panel was friendly with a warm smile. HR questions was very routine. Technical questions was scenario base of flight from KCVG-KATL, (view the study guide of this website).  1. Requesting and read-back ATC clearance and taxi clearance. 2. Some questions about SID CHCLL5 (36R), STAR CHPPR 1(27R) (MSA, Speed limitation, Big arrow, etc) 3. Before reaching TOD, what briefing would you do. 4. Reading METAR & TAF. I missed one, but one panel... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Hasso H
    (Hired at Air Transport International)

    Interview and experience questions asked.

    Mar 28, 2023