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I arrived at 8:30 to the convention center in Chicago. There were 2 other applicants when I got there and I introduced myself and checked in at the desk on the left. The interview was scheduled to begin at 8 am and they called us in at 7:45 so BE EARLY. A 4th applicant arrived right at 7:45 and he was feeling rushed. If you stay at Springhill Sweets, they’ll give you a ride to the interview and from there to the airport after. When we arrived upstairs, we were greeted by Carl (a long time Air Wisconsin Pilot) and Noah (Flight Attendant/Recruiter). They were really nice. We were asked to present our documents that the email requested and then there was a presentation of the company by Carl who was one of the new contract writers. After that, we took a 50 question written test in 15 minutes that had a lot of CRJ-200 questions and fairly basic questions that most proficient pilots could answer. There were a few I couldn’t figure out in the time frame but they didn’t seem to mind so long as you could get a decent amount of them correct. We... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Mar 23, 2023 Interview start at 0830 got there 30 minutes early. A few other candidates in a large classroom like. They collected documents as requested in the email. Was asked to introduce ourselves and then had a 30 minute presentation on the company. Had a few minutes to break and then they started calling people in for the interview. One recruiter who use to be a FA and then a current FO. They make it pretty comfortable. You kind of set the tone in the room. Started with going over documents and... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 21, 2023 Interview was very straight forward and laid back. Started by collecting logbooks and requested credentials. About a 30 minute presentation on the company and then maybe 5 minitues before they started calling people back for the interview. HR portion was very straight forward with how you got into aviation, why did you choose us, what can you bring to the company. Technical portion was ENTIRELY based on the study guide they provided. Absolutley make sure you know everthing on it and you will... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Mar 14, 2023 Very similar to what everyone else experienced. Arrive 45 mins early, presentation lasted about an hour. Interview was mix of typical what-would-you-do-if and TMAAT questions. Be prepared to brief clearance, taxi, departure, approach, and taxi back in. Had a few random questions from the profile/callout sheet they email out before the interview. Overall good... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Mar 07, 2023 Flew me into Chicago day prior. Interview started at 8:30. They collected logbook and documents, then gave a company presentation. CLT or PHL base to open up early next year and currently negotiating higher pay. Called one by one out of the room to interview. Introduce yourself, then general HR type questions.  (view the study guide of this website).  Know CRJ numbers on the profile they sent. Brief taxi, SID, STAR, approach, and taxi after landing. Know what EMAS and hotspots are.... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Feb 23, 2023 Stayed at a hotel and it was a 5 or so minute walk to the triangle plaza. I recommend being 30-45 minutes early as they interview in order of who was there first. Took all our documents at the beginning. It was me and 3 other applicants. They did a short slideshow on the company and the benefits. In the interview it started with some basic HR questions that were on the gouge. I was asked about 5 HR questions. Technical portion was a flight from DFW TO ORD. Clearance was “cleared to ORD... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Feb 23, 2023 Arrived 30-40 minutes Early, and we were presented a 30 minute presentation on the company, IAD base looks like it will be phased out in favor of an American Airlines friendly East Coast base. HR portion of the interview was per the gouge. Technical interview involved copying down and reading back a clearance. Then I briefed a taxi route out of Memphis KMEM to runway 36L for a flight from KMEM-KLFT. Briefed the PIEPE SIX (RNAV) Departure with the IBUFY Transition. Was shown a taxi diagram... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Feb 22, 2023 Got there at 7:30 for an 8:30 interview. 3 other people were scheduled at the same time. 30ish minute company orientation, plans to be all 700s by 2028. Interview was right on from the gouges. Started with HR questions, then moved to the flight briefing, all FAA charts. MEM-LFT, taxi to 36L, what's the hot spot, runway length, slope. Brief the PEIPE 6 departure, IBUFY transition, can a King Air fly this departure? Do we need GPS? Then the RNAV 4R into LFT (chart was expired, make sure to... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Feb 22, 2023 Interview was super laid back and overall an excellent experience. Flew in the night before and stayed at a hotel, ask the shuttle to drop you off at triangle plaza and you can get a free ride there and back if needed. Interview started at 0830 but I got there around 750 and was happy to be there early. They offer coffee and water while you wait for the presentation and while they review all of your documents. One by one you will be called into a room to interview with two people, super... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Feb 22, 2023 Virtual interview that lasted 45 minutes. HR person and First Officer. We started with introductions and HR questions. Then we got into a scenario with a disruptive passenger, and technical questions that were based off the CRJ-200 study sheet. At the end I was given the opportunity to ask questions. Two weeks later I was offered a position, but declined in lieu of another... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Feb 06, 2023 HR questions from this site. Then read back a clearance from KMEM - KLFT via the PIEPE.6. Brief the taxi route, SID and then approach into LFT(RNAV 04). The interviewer would try to ask a few questions after each briefing. Then questions from the study guide. I was offered a job on the spot, then they took my fingerprints and collected urine sample. They seemed very organized and it was a good overall... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Naveen K
    (Hired at Air Wisconsin Airlines)

    Great gouge and the questions were accurate. I will use this site again if I have to prepare for another interview.

    Mar 06, 2023