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The interview was very close to what others said it would be in the past. Due to the Corona Virus everything was via phone and Online. I received the prescreen interview phone call one week after my resume was submitted internally. Once you get done with that and are successful they set up the three part Skype interview/corporate presentation events. There was technical difficulties on my corporate presentation so they had to reschedule everyone for the next presentation. Right now all presentations are done on Mondays and Thursdays.... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Feb 22, 2024 Read the gouge(s) on this site, study the packet they send and take a deep breath. Both interview panels (Tech and HR) were incredibly relaxed and very professional without any 'Gotcha' style questions. Know your aircraft and ALL systems as well as current company SOPs and Limitations because they are all fair game during the tech portion. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Feb 21, 2024 Overall, a very pleasant experience. MAKE SURE you go over the tech panel packet they send you. It is about 9 pages of a hypothetical flight from HKG-ANC. It includes METARS, TAFs, SID/STARs, High Level SIG WX. Print it out and annotate it. There is also basic multi engine knowledge (V1, VMCA, Screen height etc) and IFR regs. The tech portion is done by a retired captain and I found it to be very low stress and conversational. They're not out to trick you. The gouge here is fairly accurate,... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Feb 21, 2024 Interview went as expected based on what I learned in this gouge. Study the information on this gouge for sure, but I would add study the packet that Atlas Air sends you a week before the interview. I received weather, taxi diagram, departure, arrival, app, etc, for a flight from Hong Kong to Anchorage Alaska. The answers to the technical portion of the interview came from information found in the packet as well as questions regarding Jeppesen symbols found in packet. Know your systems for... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Feb 15, 2024 Aligned closely with the information from this site. Got an email from a recruiter to schedule a phone screening which is just to confirm you meet the requirements and answer any questions you might have, at the end of that she gave me dates for the company presentation and for the interviews. Presentation covered mostly what you should already know from your research into the company but they go a little more in depth and also offer a Q&A at the end. The tech interview is first with a... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Feb 14, 2024 Everything was very straight forward. I Submitted my resume last month, received an e-mail to set up a phone screen 2 weeks later. The phone screening process included a quick resume rundown, violations, training failures, earliest start date and a few simple house keeping questions. As soon as we wrapped that up I was told they wanted to push me forward and they gave options for the actual interview. I picked the soonest date available which was about a week out. Things move very quick... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Feb 13, 2024 Very casual interview. Asked me the usual questions, (view the study guide of this website). They gave questions tailored to my captain... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Feb 06, 2024 I received an email to set up an HR screening call a few weeks after submitting my resume last fall. The HR call was straightforward, just going over my resume and some simple questions like "why Atlas." My availability wasn't until early summer of this year, so she said she would reach out again in early this year to set up an interview. I had to resubmit my app in early January, then got an email 2 days later to set up another HR call. The call was just to go over any changes... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Jan 31, 2024 They want to see that you prepared with the materials they give you. I printed out all the reference materials and annotated everything (every metar code, chart symbol, departure/arrival/approach, etc). They ask some questions about different speeds and how they relate to each other.  Brush up on systems in your current aircraft and be prepared to explain how it operates.  Everything on the study guide is fair game, so i used this website in addition to other FAA pubs. They want to... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Jan 30, 2024 I originally did the phone screen with a date of availability that was about a year out. The screening was very relaxed just confirming my information, but I had to call back within 6 months of availability to actually schedule the interview. They sent me a packet containing weather information, taxi diagrams, SID, STAR, and approach for a trans-pacific flight. The tech interview was mostly going over these products with basic questions that can all be found on this site. I do not have... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Jan 30, 2024 Very easy interview process. Study the material they give you and know your current aircraft. Asked questions on Prog charts and METARs and TAFs so get familiar with those. Very smooth process where everyone makes you feel like you're apart of the... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. David S

    (Hired at Atlas Air)

    Time saving, knowing exactly on what areas to brush up your knowledge.

    Feb 20, 2024  

    John M

    (Hired at Atlas Air)

    This helped me prepare for my Atlas interview.

    Feb 20, 2024