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  • One morning, with no advance notice, I was called by HR-recruiting and asked some basic questions regarding my application. They were most interested in specifics regarding my instrument and night experience; and, wether the instrument experience was mostly coupled-precision, vs hand flown non-precision. I had applied before, so...

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    Interview was one minute, they just asked me my flight experience but the girl told me inmidiatly that they do not hire pilots with only glass cockpit airlines experience because the fly gauges and she said that we aren’t capable to pass that training,!so just be aware if you have turbo prop under your belt sound like a great...

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    The interview experiences and study guide were very informative and close to the actual interview. Definitely recommend!! My biggest tip is to study hard for the training- memorize your flows and emergency items, along with all of the aircraft limitations. It is tough, but overall not impossible if you do what they tell you and study...

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    Just HR questions. Gouge is exact. Questiom about current flying job, domicile wants and check ride fails. I think interview of Ameriflight is about the pilot demand of the company and flight hours. If you are qualified for part 135 pilot flight hours requirement and the company needs pilot, you will be...

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    Submitted app and resume. About 3 days later received a call from Sarah. We ran through the standard “tell me about why Ameriflight?,describe a difficult situation you had to deal with, asked if hired would I be willing to relocate.” Two days later got email with an offer. Pretty...

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    Initial phone interview was straight forward and focused on verifying my flight times and experience. Question was asked if I would be willing to relocate to any of their bases. Interview with pilots was based on IFR procedures and the current plane I fly. Reviewed my flight times again and asked about any training failures. They are looking to hire pilots each month for a while so be honest, be prepared, and don't give them a reason not to hire you. Study questions on this site were good to...

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    Ameriflight called and asked if I had a minute to answer some questions. I didn't realize this was the interview. She asked about my hours and if I had any failures. Asked if I knew where their bases were and where I'd want to be based. I wanted PHX. She said she'd talk to the flight department and get back to me. The next day she called offering the job and PHX! Training would start 30 days...

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    Extremely close to the previous write ups. No surprises. Very good feel to it. Got a call from the chief pilot three hours after...

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    Applied for Ameriflight Sunday afternoon. Got a call Monday morning from HR and they left me a message. When I called back they asked me some clarifying questions about my Instrument time, what kinds of planes I have most of my time in, why I want to work at Ameriflight. After a few minutes she said she would talk to the flight line and get back to me. Within 10 minutes she called back with an...

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    One morning, with no advance notice, I was called by HR-recruiting and asked some basic questions regarding my application. They were most interested in specifics regarding my instrument and night experience; and, wether the instrument experience was mostly coupled-precision, vs hand flown non-precision. I had applied before, so Ameriflight already had somewhat of a track record. The next morning, I was sent an offer letter with a class date and a base assignment. On my application, and...

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    The initial contact was very quick after submitting application. Kacie was point of contact and was fantastic in being responsive and answering questions. This appears to be a GREAT opportunity to amass time in a twin turbine flying the BE99. The first interview was a screening series of questions regarding time, etc. Unfortunately, I received a negative email response saying I was not moving forward, but don't let that stop...

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    Antonio L

    Hired at Ameriflight
    There were many questions from my specific company that were on the study guide that helped me plan out how to explain my answers. I found the website very easy to understand and use.

    Logan S Jul 05, 2024