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The interview day was a very positive experience throughout, and I felt that the atmosphere was relaxed enough for them to really get to know the candidates. The previous gouge provided was spot-on, so I'll focus on my preparation and on the individual interview. I used an interview prep service. I felt this helped me to stay relaxed and helped avoid possible pitfalls. My attire was a fitted suit. I brought all of my logbooks... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jan 13, 2022 Really straight forward. Basically how the more recent ones have been. Get to the HUB they check you in. Go up stairs get the “about us” presentation. Followed by a quick Q&A. Break off into the group interview. They split us in 2 groups. Everyone took a turn doing their intro and then the TMAAT/WWYD questions. Very straight forward and laid back. Had lunch, after lunch they took 4 people out at a time to do individual interviews. My class was majority SkyWest pilots but we... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Dec 16, 2021 Very warm and welcoming interview experience. They truly want to hire everyone that is invited for the interview. Be yourself, lots of TMAAT questions relating to the five pillars of Alaskas core values. Know why your want to work there. You’ll do... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Dec 16, 2021 The previous gouges are spot on. Very warm and relaxing atmosphere. Like previously said, they want to hire everyone. It's up to you to lose the job. Most all questions are TMAAT. In the group interview, they asked me a question about a stressful flying experience and how I handled it. They will most likely ask a question about diversity, inclusion or community service at some point. For the in person, they asked a question about customer service, a conflict question, safety, why Alaska,... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Dec 09, 2021 If you’re reading this, thank you and I hope it helps you calm down and prepare for Alaska Airlines interview. I will keep it straight forward. First impressions, they want to hire everyone and make you feel comfortable at the interview and they did just that. Alaska wants to get to know you like a lot of other interview experiences on here, be yourself. Interact with others throughout the day. This is good to do because its a good distraction and Alaska loves it. Be honest and bring... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Dec 09, 2021 As many others have said. The info here is accurate. If you are called for an interview, the job is yours to lose. You would best be served by looking at Alasks core values, then thinking about times when you had an experience that would fit in those values. You should spend some time thinking about times you had conflicts and how you resolved them. Make sure you are introducing yourself and interacting with other candidates. I was surprised at a few folks who just hung out in a corner and... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Dec 09, 2021 The day of the interview went just like everyone else said, really relaxed and easy. I can feel they welcome us to join the company and the interview is just to get to know us more. There were 12 applicants on that day, 4 to 5 are from the regional airlines, while others are from cargo companies or Part 135, and I fly for foreign commercial airlines. Group interview: We were divided into 2 groups, and each one has 6 applicants with 4 interviewers (2 chief pilots and 2 from the talent... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Dec 08, 2021 Previous gouge is very accurate. HR will send you a scheduled sequence of events, meet at 0900, 0915 Company Brief, Group Interview, Individual Interview. Alaska as a company is top-notch, organized and modern. The vibe was very positive, they wanted everyone to relax and be themselves and they wanted to hire everyone, unless someone really gave them a reason not to. Bottom-line, show up prepared using the gouge on this site, be a professional with your game face on all day and try to... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Dec 02, 2021 It was a great interview experience. Gouge here is on point. Okay to be nervous but they will try their best to make you feel comfortable. I brought my logbooks but they didn’t look at it. They will let you know either way same day. 10 out of 12 was offered the job. Be friendly, ask questions when given a chance. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Nov 16, 2021 All the other interview experiences on here are pretty spot on, since I work for Horizon Air currently, however it seemed to follow essentially the same format. Check-in was at 7:45am, hung out in the lobby with the other applicants until 8am, and then Makenzie brought us upstairs into a classroom with 2 other members of the Team and a member of the Pilot Group and conducted a group Interview, just 1 random TMAAT from each applicant, followed by a Q/A session; come prepared with questions to... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Nov 03, 2021 Group INTERVIEW: TMAAT questions about safety, yourself, above and beyond, diversity, an emergency, an unpopular decision, and turbulence.  Who’s you role model in your life? (view the study guide of this website).  9am to... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Nathan C
    (Hired at Alaska Airlines)

    Great service

    Dec 13, 2021