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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. Oct 09, 2023 Virtual interview that lasted about 30 minutes give or take. Began with personal introductions, including my own. HR questions were about what you'd expect from those listed on this site. Was asked about a time I made a mistake and how I recovered from that mistake, I chose not to talk about a checkride bust but instead talked about a time we (CFI and myself) violated cloud clearance requirements during a VFR practice approach in which I could tell clouds were coming nearer and nearer before... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Oct 09, 2023 Overall good experience. My interview was done over teams, started with hr questions. Asked about my aviation background. Asked one what would you do question, then asked me to brief a departure out of Dallas and an arrival into Chicago, no approach brief and no questions from the study guide provided. It was over in about 25 minutes. I heard back in 2 days with an offer. Study the study guide on this website and you will do... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Oct 03, 2023 Applied months prior and received an email asking if I was still interested in the position with current job info. Replied I was and had an interview less than a week later. Was about 30 mins on Teams with an HR rep and a pilot on the recruiting team. They were both extremely nice and really seemed like they wanted to be talking to you and interested in what you had to say, not just going through the motions. Had the basic HR questions of why AirWis, tell us about yourself, tell me about a... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Oct 03, 2023 Overall great experience. HR questions first with the typical questions. Tell us about yourself, why AirWis, what kind of conflicts have you had to deal with, disagreement with a captain. Given a CRJ technical packet a day before and they asked questions from that as well as standard IFR stuff. What are flap settings. crosswind limitations. Basic system info. Briefed a taxi out of Memphis to 36L and talked about hotspots. Briefed a SID including altitude and airspeed limits. Briefed an RNAV... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jul 30, 2023 The interview was conducted with 2 people from HR over the internet. They were very nice and helped me ease into it to make sure I felt comfortable in there because the nerves naturally come up in interviews. They proceeded to ask me questions about myself and my flying journey thus far to get to the ATP minimums. Then the technical portion they had emailed us several days prior to study their callouts and profiles for precision and non-precision approaches as well as basic information on... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. May 30, 2023 Interview was virtual and very brief, lasting only about 30 minutes. The recruiter was very friendly. Most of the questions were HR based from the study guide on this website. I was only asked about 4 technical questions. I was asked to brief a taxi, and brief a departure. I was also asked what would I do if I lost an Engine on departure and what would I do if I lost... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. May 16, 2023 It was a pretty quick and straight forward interview. A couple of HR type questions, scenario based questions. (view the study guide of this website).  Technical was pretty straight forward. A lot of the questions came right from the given study guide. What is max T/O and land weight, what system is electric, T/O and flap settings. He gave me a clearance that I needed to read back. I briefed the taxi and dep procedure out of Memphis.  Asked how I would fly an RNAV departure if I... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. May 15, 2023 It was very short and to the point. I was all done over a Zoom call with one of the HR guys. Mostly it was a lot of "what would you do in this situation" type questions. He focused a lot on what you would do if your Cpt. was about to make a mistake. Other wise he asked two or three questions about FAA plates, and how would you taxi from the terminal to the runway. Nothing complicated and no tricks. It lasted maybe 45 min in total. I heard back about 2 days later with the... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. May 01, 2023 Simple interview. Basic ifr chart question and questions on the provided study guide. Wasn’t very in-depth on... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Apr 27, 2023 Virtual interview was very quick (25 mins). HR portion was focused on tell me about yourself, how you got into aviation, and crew based scenarios with the captain going against normal procedures. For the technical portion, I was given FAA plates for DFW and DCA. Asked to copy a clearance and brief taxi from B gates to 35C at DFW, then brief the AKUNA 9 departure. Page 2 of the departure was missing from the attachment and I inquired about the other page to brief, but was told that was the... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Jonathan K

    (Hired at Air Wisconsin Airlines)

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    Oct 22, 2023  

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    (Hired at Air Wisconsin Airlines)

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    May 29, 2023