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Interview was great, well relaxed, and they are great folks to talk to. In the morning you come in for their presentation. About five applicants in my group. The chief pilot and HR introduce themselves in the room and they present with a slide show on the screen, and we get a few breaks in between for coffee, bagels, and beverages. We each get called in one at a time for the interview that lasts about 15-20 minutes.... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jul 20, 2021 I really enjoyed the interview. Sat down with 2 pilots on zoom. We went through a straight-forward resume review, with questions that revolved around HR type questions, (view the study guide of this website).  The interview was then sprinkled with TMAAT and situational questions, but nothing that is surprising (e.g. “so you say that’s a bad quality in a captain? Did this happen to you? Oh, it did? What did you do? How’d that go?” and etc.). I was very honest... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jul 20, 2021 Pretty straightforward all off of the website here. No gotchas. Applied during the window, 2 months ago and then video questions invite 2-3 weeks later with a virtual 2 on 1 interview 2 weeks after that. Very relaxed guided talk through the resume and some TMAAT questions from here. Scenario is very fair and stick to your plan no right or wrong. Stick to what you briefed. They call you the same day with the verbal... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jul 14, 2021 Interview was very laid back. No TMAAT questions or gotchas. They just want to have a conversation with you to see if you’ll be a good fit with the company. The questions they do ask come directly from your resume. After that you are given a scenario to look over and then asked to respond with how you would handle it. Stick to your guns. They try to get you to change your... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jul 06, 2021 Overall a very smooth process. You do the recorded video interview which was the easiest part and then about a week later they let you know if you'll be moving on (they have plenty of dates and times to choose from). After that is a group company presentation, then on that same day the one-on-one interview with 2 of the chief pilots (all virtual). The interview was standard with every question coming from the study guide. I’m not the best at interviews and this part was the easiest for... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jun 24, 2021 Interview experience was very positive, Allegiant does make it easy. After submitting I received follow up email 2 business days later. The system did have some trouble uploading my resume, and that's where my friend "walking it in" or emailing it in came in. I listed him as a reference and a chief reached out to him to ask about it. Initial interview is do it on your own time video interview series of 6-7 questions, none are difficult. Be cautious though, some of the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Jun 21, 2021 My entire interview was virtual. Questions asked were straight from here. Nothing has changed too much. Most of the questions were HR TMAT with only two technical questions regarding RVR and can you continue the approach. Both of mine involved being inside the FAF. After the interview was done they told me I could expect to hear back by the end of the week by a phone call. They called me almost exactly 24 hours later with a class... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Jun 01, 2021 I only did the pre recorded interview. The questions seemed easy enough, why Allegiant, tell us why you'd be a good fit, checkride failures, FAA actions, have you interviewed before, etc. You don't have much time to answer them, only 1 minute. I felt sort of rushed trying to get everything I wanted to say into 1 minute but I answered them openly and honestly and thought they seemed pretty easy and straightforward. Heard back a week later with the TBNT. Not really sure why or what I could've... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Gave us an overview of the company in a group setting, they then invited each member back for one on one interviews. Four people on the board, they just asked you questions directly off of your resume. After one on one, you go back to waiting area and they give you feedback once everyone in your group is done interviewing. No planned class dates as of now but they are estimating late summer for next new hire... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Previous gouges were spot on. The day begins with an overview of the company FAQ's, questions and benefit info. We were told if selected we would be placed in their pilot pool looking to start at the end of the summer. Very relaxed atmosphere and very friendly people. Interview questions were tailored to your resume and experience. Additional questions were asked, (view the study guide of this website).  They offered me the job after interviewing the other applicants. Then... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Four were scheduled to interview in the morning, only two of us showed up. As stated earlier, very pleasant and welcoming experience. Went trough a presentation about the company with a member from the HR department. Then called individually into a room with a three member interview panel...two pilots (one a chief pilot) and the HR individual. No surprises, no technical questions, no tell me about a time questions. Simply went over my resume, asked a few questions to get to know me... Continue reading this interview experience

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    May 02, 2020