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Read Page 1 ... prepared to stare at a screen for 3 hours. AND I MEAN STARE AT IT. Day 2 was the face to face interviews. You’ll be paired with 2 line pilots first. They will do their best to put you at ease. From their its a long drawn out conversation about you, a couple scenarios (WWYD), questions about your logbook, TMAAT and an opportunity to ask questions about the Company. When going through the scenarios, keep CRM at the forefront. Be sure to include all of the crew when you can. They will give you scratch paper to write out your plan for the scenarios, as they will want you... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Interview as previously stated. 2 Day process in Dallas, first day was the PST (which is now being given in LAX and online as an option). I don’t care what anyone says, there is no way to prepare for the PST. It’s broken into 6 parts, 4 of which are timed. There is no such thing as doing well on the PST, it uses machine learning. The better you do, the harder it gets, especially for the math portion. The best preparation you can do for the PST is get a full nights rest and not... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Extremely laid back and professional. Gouges are spot on. Not much to study for except to remain calm and be confident in your... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Previous gouges were right on. PST 6 sessions were nothing you can prepare in advance, maybe just try to practice some Visual reasoning in Aptitude test. Math is no way to practice; 1?2?3?4?5=0 then fill in +,*-,-. Just use your mental math, no scratch pad. Try to get a good night sleep & good food so you can focus your eyes to look at the screen each session for 25mins without loosing your concentration. Wear business casual for PST ( comfortable) you will be in that computer test for 3... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. The interviewers work their best to make you comfortable. Like everyone mentioned before, it was really just having a conversation with two line pilots for the panel interview. Mine lasted about 1hr? Tell me about yourself, TMAT questions that are on here. Then end with Why AA? then after about 10 minutes of waiting, it was HR. My HR was explain the technical scenario you got like you are explaining to a group of high school kids. Asked if I had checkride failures but did not ask to explain... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. This site is spot on. The American Airlines interview experience was awesome and it is a company with a very bright future. Study, get your stories prep'd, have all your paperwork in order, make sure your logbooks are complete/accurate, be yourself and get the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Standard experience as all other reviews. Enjoyable experience, nice people, they just want to get to know you. They make you feel welcome. Assigned 4/28 class date... 2 days later, received the email that everything was put on hold due to the Coronavirus issues. Job offer still valid. Hope to be there some day soon. Until then, hope to keep my current... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Great interview. made you feel very comfortable. gouge was spot on. questions are all related to everyday airline experience. no... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. The interview itself was a week after my video interview. I had an option to go even sooner, but I could not make it. There were two sets of dates a few days apart given to me to choose from for my interview. Air travel and hotel was booked by American to and from the interview. I did not get confirmation of my plane tickets until 3 days prior to departure. Once arriving at the hotel, there was a schedule posted for interviewees to review the shuttle schedule that takes you to and from the... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Gouge is correct. Very friendly, non confrontational, can’t really study for the PST, Lumosity may help some. They try and let you know day of....however, they may not be able to. TMAT questions and some... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. As far as cog test n interview goes gouges were spot on. I used a service for interview prep. AA recruitment team is great. They will make u feel comfortable along the way. Great experience. Got CJO same day. Still waiting on class. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Troy P
    (Hired at American Airlines)

    The information was good. It provided me with even more confidence going into the interview. I got emails to notify me when new ones were posted.

    Apr 17, 2020