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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. Nov 16, 2022 I want to take a moment to appreciate the interviewers, both the HR and technical. It was a very laid back interview. The HR personnel gave a quick run on how the interview will go. The HR gouge here is pretty spot on. Went over my checkride failure, what have I learned from it. The technical side was a flight from DEN to Colorado Springs. Den2 dep.LUFSE.V389.ADANE.BRK. Went over taxiway diagram, Hotspots, exact runway course, TDZE and why is it important. Brief DEN2 departure.Enroute the... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 16, 2022 I opted for a remote interview. About 15 minutes before the interview started I received an email asking I have an attachment available during the interview. The attachment consisted the following (both Jep and DOD): KDEN airport diagram, Denver 2 Departure, KCOS RNAV Y Rwy 17L, and KCOS airport diagram. The HR portion was fairly straight forward.  Then the technical portion I was told we would simulate a flight from KDEN to KCOS. He began with a very lengthy clearance I had to read... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 16, 2022 Pretty much what others have said on here. They walked me through HR questions and TMAAT questions. Then the technical portion was a flight from KDEN TO KCOS. Had me copy and read back a clearance then walked through the entire flight. They asked a good amount of questions from the study guide they sent me prior to the interview. Overall a really fun experience and the people there are very friendly and... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 11, 2022 I was contacted via email and asked to make arrangements for either a virtual interview or an in person interview. I opted for the in person interview and opted to just drive instead of flying (they offered to fly me in). There were only two of us that opted for in person interviews, the rest were virtual candidates. You are brought to a class room and there will be instructions at your desk to organize your documents into a folder they provide as well as having your log book available. A... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 03, 2022 Positive hiring experience with Air Wisconsin. I submitted my App via online and heard back very quickly - the quickest of any of the several regionals that I applied to. Set up a virtual interview and uploaded my documents. I had a problem with document upload and had to talk to the recruiting coordinator, who was efficient and helpful. The study guide is a single side with a mixture of technical and operating information (basic operating limits, hydraulic system description, 2 simple... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Oct 27, 2022 They said be at the interview location for 8:30 however I took the advice of others here and got there at 7:45 where there were 3 other candidates. They greeted us and took our documents to make copies while we waited for the last 2 people to arrive. In the end one guy didn't show up. Started with a short presentation followed by any questions we had. After this they called people out the room to be interviewed, thankfully there were 2 sets of interviewers so this sped up the process. I was... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Oct 27, 2022 Interviewed in person last month in Chicago. Started at 8:30 with them getting a copy of our documents, then a short presentation about AWA. 5 out of 6 candidates showed up. After this we were called in one by one to get interviewed by 2 people. It started off with covering any check ride failures you had then they moved onto the HR portion which maybe was 15minutes or so. After this the technical portion included a tabletop IFR flight from DEN to COS where you briefed clearances, taxiing, a... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 20, 2022 E3 Application from Australia. I applied online through their website. I didn’t get a response after 4 days so I emailed to follow up. They got back to me a week after I submitted my online application. We organised a date two weeks after that. (It could have been sooner but I was busy). Being in Australia, an online interview was the only way to go. They sent me a confirmation email with some information about the CRJ200 - all of it was quizzed during the interview (MTOW, MLW,... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 18, 2022 Due to my schedule, I opted for a virtual interview. The process was pretty straightforward and the interviewers were very friendly and professional. The interview started with some TMAAT questions (all of which are part of the gouge) and then we moved onto some technical questions. First we looked at the taxi diagram for Denver international and I was asked how I would taxi from the concourse to a runway. I was then asked to copy down a clearance and we simulated going on a flight from... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 13, 2022 Overall the experience was pretty good. Nothing flashy or extravagant like some other carriers may do. First thing, they don’t pay for your hotel, so you will need to provide your own. I stayed at a hotel which is right across from the office building complex. I did have to take a Lyft over to the building. Although I could’ve walked, it would’ve required crossing a busy road. Second thing, really make sure you take a look at the study guide they send. Essentially,... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Humberto I
    (Hired at Air Wisconsin Airlines)

    Thanks very much AVIATIONINTERVIEWS!

    Nov 21, 2021