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Toured the hangar and aircraft first thing in the morning. Drove to headquarters for them to do their presentation on airshare. Was 4 of us interviewing. Spilt us up to do the test (basic ifr questions), 1 on 1 w... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Aug 19, 2021 Interview was held at their offices in KC with about 5 totals candidates (2 managed and 3 SIC 135). Everyone was very friendly and polite. They had us do a technical while we waited to be interviewed by 3 different parties (HR, charter manager, and Asst./Chiefs). It didn't seem they placed a lot of value on the technical, it was more to just occupy our time while we waited. Afterward they treat us to sandwiches and eat together around a big table. 6-8 Airshare staff and about 5 candidates.... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. May 12, 2021 There are two major stages to the interview process. The first is a screening phone call with the recruiter who is just looking to get to know you as the applicant. You will be asked questions relating to why you want to work for the company, and many customer-service oriented questions where they like to hear scenarios you can provide from your current job. The rest of the questions are about your past experience and goals. The second portion is an in-person interview at their... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 05, 2021 The in-person interview started off with meeting all four people who would be interviewing the five potential candidates. Prior to the one-on-one interviews, there was a presentation over the company and Q&A time. Each candidate interviewed with DO, chief and assistant chief pilots, and head of HR. While waiting, there was an written test to be completed, mainly consisting of IFR questions. Upon everyone finishing up interviews/written tests, the candidates waited for several minutes... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Airshare starts the hiring process with a phone interview from human resources. It was a get to know you type interview. I was asked several HR type questions,  (view the study guide of this website).  ... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Toured the hangar and aircraft first thing in the morning. Drove to headquarters for them to do their presentation on airshare. Was 4 of us interviewing. Spilt us up to do the test (basic ifr questions), 1 on 1 w HR (simple questions, view the study guide of this website), then 2 on 1 w DO and ACP (all questions about you, not being quizzed on regs, flying). Ate lunch with everyone and on you went. Lasted about 5 hours, very professional company and excited to join them this fall. Just be... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Straight forward interview, 3 parts; Operations interview, HR interview, written test. Most of the day are them presenting information to you about the company. It will answer almost any/all questions you may have about the company. Ops interview is your standard chief pilot / Director of operations questions, nothing difficult. HR is the same, only about 3 - 4 HR questions very laid back. You do these in two separate rooms, HR is 1on1 and Ops is 3on1. The written test is fairly basic, there... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. 5 people interviewed. Good interview environment. Most interview questions directed around customer service. While I was well prepared, lack of current ATP written and low flight time over the past year probably created negative response. I believe that Executive Air Share will a be professional place to... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. There were 5 candidates interviewing on this day.The ExecutiveAirshares staff were all very friendly and easy to talk to! The company appears to be well organized and well run. Started the process at Kansas City Downtown airport at their airport offices. Met some of the staff, toured the offices there and took a look at some of the aircraft in their fleet. Then we were driven to their corporate offices in Lenexa Kansas to complete the remaining phases of the interview process where we... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. The interview with Executive Airshare was a very straightforward and pleasant experience. The process began at 0800 at the company's old headquarters at the airport (MKC) for a tour of the airplane and the facility, and then the company drove us over to the corporate headquarters building a few miles away. The company then gave the interviewees (there were four of us) a presentation about the company that lasted about an hour and a half before the real meat of the interview began. They... Continue reading this interview experience