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Read Page 1 ... including a printout of my digital logbook, and I had a summary sheet. For my individual interview, it started with some of the expected questions such as "why Alaska?" During the discussion the chief pilot interviewer looked through my logbooks. Then we went over training failures and they actually helped me a bit to spin the negatives into positives. As I said it was relaxed, however it did feel a little bit like a... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Nov 21, 2022 This gouge is 100% spot on for Alaska. It’s pretty straightforward. There will be a group interview where you randomly choose a question to answer. Probably a “tell me about a time when” sort of thing. Then after lunch the two on one (one Chief/Check Pilot and one HR rep) is generally more of those types of questions plus a quick “what would you do” CRM scenario. Generally if you can practice and prepare a few good decision making, customer service, and safety... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 15, 2022 My group interview question was tell me a time you were stressed at work and how did you handle it? Individual interview questions were the usual tell me a time questions and diversity. (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 15, 2022 Pretty standard as mention already. All candidates meet in the lobby by 9:30am. We were taken upstairs and given a company briefing. Short break, then they split the group in two and we were given questions face down. Took turns reading the question, then gave our answers. (view the study guide of this website).  After that we were served lunch then we were called individually to do the panel interview. I was ask several TMAAT questions, . Nothing technical. Very laid back experience.... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 15, 2022 Mostly HR, TMAAT, and list questions. Know the Alaska core values because they are looking for glimmers of those concepts in your answers. They also want to make sure Alaska is your career destination, know the company’s history, current fleet and route structure. Bonus points if you have links to Alaska and the West Coast. Aside, the gouges are spot on, just stay relaxed and they interview team sets you up for... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 07, 2022 Alaska put me up at the Hotel about a block away from the Hub building, about a five minute walk due south. I showed up at the interview building at 8:45 and was the 8th person there, interviewees continued to show up until about 9:10, we started about 5 minutes late at 9:20. They asked us all to put our phones away in our bags and showed us to the second floor where they showed us a presentation about Alaska, which included core values and benefits as an employee. We then broke for a coffee... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Oct 27, 2022 The reviews previously listed on the site are very accurate. There are several reviews that outline the timing of the day in detail and they were spot on for my experience. The team you meet with was absolutely outstanding. Everyone was incredibly welcoming and open about things. Several members in our group asked some great questions and the responses given showed a transparency/honesty about things that was very appreciated. If you are looking for a smaller, family feel at a large airline,... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Oct 20, 2022 Every interview experience on this website is spot on. Here’s the order: Meet and greet Group interview - you’ll be asked to answer one question. Lunch Individual interviews with a chief and an HR rep  then questions.  (view the study guide of this website).  They want to hire you. Great atmosphere. Great people at this company. They want to see that you’re a human, not just a flying machine, and that you’ll be a good... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 13, 2022 Interview gouge on this website was spot on. 0915 - Check in at the HUB. Most everyone arrived 15-30 minutes early. We had a total of 15 candidates. Everyone exchanged initial pleasantries and chit-chatted amongst the group (i.e. where are you from?, who do you fly for?, etc.) Approx. 0945 - they took us all upstairs where they provided a presentation about Alaska Airlines and opened up the floor for some Q&A. Approx. 1030 - we split into two groups (7 in one group; 8 in the other). Our... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 11, 2022 Interview was a great day they put you up in a hotel right by the HUB that morning you wake up I suggest you go right into interview mode. Be very interactive with the other candidates and honestly only go if you want to fly for Alaska airline because if you don’t you are wasting their time. I would suggest you don’t pull out your phone at all and smile a lot!  All together they have you there because they want to hire you and just sell them on yourself and only be there if... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 07, 2022 Everything previously posted on this website was spot on! Great interview experience and everyone was very professional and kind. Study the gouge questions and you will be set up for success. No technical questions were... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Mario V
    (Hired at Alaska Airlines)

    Very helpful website.

    Nov 09, 2022