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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. Apr 06, 2021 The interview was very short and concise (about 25 minutes) I was interviewed by one of the HR representatives and a senior captain and check pilot at Air Wisconsin. I was asked to introduce myself and then they asked me about 15 questions all of which were HR related. Every question was word for word from the question bank at AviationInterviews which was amazingly helpful. I would recommend this service to everyone with an interview coming... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 25, 2021 The interview was on zoom with the Head of HR and the IAD Assistant Chief Pilot. It was very straight forward start to finish, they started by asking me to go into detail about my flying career and why I started it. Then they asked me a variety of HR questions, "Tell me about a time when.....", the study guide had all of the questions that they asked me save for "with the current environment and animosity towards the industry, how would you inspire your fellow pilots?".... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. The interview was like other people here in this website interview starts at 8 they give presentations about company than they will take each pilots individually to single room for HR them to other room for technical interview just be IFR Check ride ready study the material which is they give you before your interview.  This website is pretty helpful good... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Interview started at 8 o’clock they give us presentation for about one hour about the company they give a test of 50 questions do you have to done it in 15 minutes just be instrument ready.  This website is pretty helpful after that they will call you Individually for HR questions after that they will call you for technical questions good... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. I was emailed a few days after applying and selected my interview date and was flown in the day prior. On the day of my interview I got there about 30 min early and was called up at around 7:45am. When I walked in I was greeted by Carl and he took me to the room where we would have our presentation about the history of the company, the contract, benefits, and a 50 question test. 24 of those questions were pretty much straight from the CRJ guide that was emailed to us to study. After that... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. I submitted my app online and emailed the hiring team. They called me within 24 hours (maybe same day – can’t remember). While the interview starts at 8am, expect to get there no later than 7:35 or 7:40. I would say that you are being observed the entire time and little things count. For preparation, ensure you have ALL the paperwork they ask for and ready to go in the order asked for. Do not use staples, sheet protectors, or anything else – just the copies in order... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. I'm not writing an elaborate review because my interview was nearly identical to every other review posted to this website within the past year. It was a very thorough, but relaxed interview. I really enjoyed the process. There was a 40 question written exam to be completed in 15 minutes followed by a 20 minute technical interview, followed by a 15 minute HR interview. If you are a competent commercial/instrument pilot AND you study the three-page guide they sent you in advance, you WILL do... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. All I was asked was exactly as provided in the guide . Written test of 50 q , hr interview and technical interview . Be ready for IFR... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. I was an Airman trainee, and I got a technical interview to be selected for the training after I have completed 1500 hrs. In this technical call with AirWis once you pass you'll go to training for FO and then flying. They send me some Jepp charts and airport diagrams KLGA and KORD and grilled me in things like that.(view the study guide of this website).  example; airport diagram LGA 10-9 they ask me; -LGA airport diagram. what is the rwy length? on the second page-what is the width of... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. 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... Continue reading this interview experience

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

    I was able to find specifics regarding my interview and see everyone's answers.

    Apr 17, 2020