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Read Page 1 ... never saw the tests after submitting them. We were then called one by one to the HR portion or the technical portion portion in whatever order was convenient. Tim did the HR and Carl did the technical. The HR was just a few questions to get you talking. Don’t give super short answers. (view the study guide of this website).  Have some questions to ask, at least 1 or 2. Tim had an answer for all of my questions. He’s a CFI/CFII which was cool considering the HR guy I had at my Republic interview wasn’t a pilot at all. I went back into the room and was called in by Carl for the technical. Carl told me I did well on the HR and we dove into some IFR and airport diagram type questions. Jepp or FAA Plates is your pick. I picked FAA because they’re what I use most. Pick what YOU use often because Air Wisconsin doesn’t even use JEPP! Hahaha. All of the study questions in this gouge were spot on, I don’t have much to add! Carl then asked me about some CRJ questions regarding setting up the plane for traffic pattern or... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Nov 17, 2021 The interview experience was wonderful! I was flown in the day before and spent the night at the Springfield suites near the Air Wisconsin offices. I took the hotel shuttle to the interview location the next morning. I arrived at the building around 0750 for an 0830 interview. Once inside, we were placed in a class room. I got all my documents in order and placed them in a folder they provided. A recruiter then took the documents away. I got them back during the one on one interview. Just... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 17, 2021 Overall it was a positive experience. I will not rehash everything, because the recent interview experiences already posted are pretty well spot on! It was me and 2 others for the day. I stayed at the hotel with the shuttle service that left at 7:45AM, which got us there before 8AM and the day started at 8:30AM. First they grabbed all of our docs and logbooks (make sure you have 2 color copies of everything they ask for in the email!). Next was the the company presentation... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 10, 2021 The interview was very straight forwards. It started out with a presentation about the company. Afterwards, we took a written test. Once that was complete we were called back one at a time for our interview. Interview started out with TMAAT questions. Once those were done, the had you copy the clearance to an IFR flight. We then went through questions regarding chart symbology and I had to brief a taxi route, SID, STAR and ILS approach. After that, the recruiter offered me a job. I completed... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 10, 2021 I started with a Pilot Recruiter. They introduced Air Wisconsin and gave us a nice welcome. They talked about the history of Air Wisconsin and details about training. Then, later they gave us a test with 30 questions. There were questions about ifr, Air Wisconsin,crj200. The test took 15 minutes max. Then later, they asked us to introduce ourselves....Just be you . Later HR interview.... talk about yourself , questions about ifr charts, dp, arrival taxi, ils. Questions about Air Wisconsin... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 10, 2021 My interview appears to be standard to what is described by fellow pilots on this website. I arrived 45 minutes early and was accompanied by another first officer candidate, the their interviewee did not show up. The HR team began with collecting our logbooks and documents, I provided my paper logbooks over my electronic which they seemed to be indifferent about. While they audited our documents we sat through a brief overview of the company then we waited until we were called into the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 03, 2021 Interview went exactly as described here. HR, Multiple choice test, and tech areas are all very accurate to the guide. Focus on arrivals and plates. Each portion took approximately 30-45 minutes, and a lot of time was spent with them checking and taking copies of your documents. Just follow this guide and you’ll be all... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Nov 02, 2021 Make sure you study the study packet company will send to you, other than that it was straightforward interview. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 20, 2021 The interview followed the format largely expressed by others. I arrived on the hotel van at about 8 am. I was ushered in with three other candidates to a large conference room. Two recruiters provided an overview of the company, benefits, and its corporate culture. Following that, we were provided a short quiz (about 40 to 50 questions); very easy. The three of us were done with it in 10 minutes, and that includes reviewing answers for accuracy. We were then separated for private interviews... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 07, 2021 Using the gouge was great. I prepared using the questions in the gouge and most of the questions were asked. I was asked to copy an instrument clearance and asked to brief the Chicago approach plate given in the gouge. Expect a written exam, know the company... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Sep 29, 2021 Interview was exactly as described on this site. Follow the gouge and you will have no issues. I was offered a job offer after the interview was complete. All staff was very friendly and wanted you to succeed. They are renewing their contract with UA until at least 2025. -700 and -900 on property in... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Gonza H
    (Hired at Air Wisconsin Airlines)

    I found it was really helpful and realistic.

    Oct 05, 2021