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Read Page 1 ... My interview was on Tuesday. It consists of and HR followed by a Tech or vice versa. They done back to back. I did my HR first. Know the question WHY ATLAS? down cold. Just like memory items and limitations for those of us with 121 experience. My friend interviewed the previous week and had the more standard HR questions. Mine seemed be geared more towards the 747 and its schedule.   They also asked other questions, (view the study guide of this website).  I was offered the job the following day. The tech interview was... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Dec 24, 2020 Pre-screen via phone. Very pleasant experience. I was contacted via email prior to set up a time and to expect approximately a 40 minute pre-screen. The rep went through all of the information I had submitted previously to verify the information and ask if I had any changes. I was asked several questions.  (view the study guide of this website).  At the end of the call I was told to expect an email with further information and that the interview is conducted via Microsoft... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Dec 15, 2020 Like many others have said...pretty much all you need to be successful if you get the interview is right here. I attended several events and tried to stand out by asking questions. I had two internal recommendations, one of which walked my resume into the office in MIA. I also had several LORs outside of Atlas that I submitted. When I saw that my application status changed from "under review" to "hidden" I emailed I asked what it meant and let them know I was interested... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Dec 08, 2020 Phone interview. Several questions on international ops. Several questions on ICAO... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 17, 2020 No questions were asked outside of gauge. It was a very low-key interview. They make it easy to... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 17, 2020 From the time I submitted the app until I received an email for the initial phone screening was about 4 weeks. The phone call was approximately 40 mins long and it was a brief overview of the company and I was asked about my history and to go over my resume. Was given a couple of dates to choose from to do the interview panels. I had to take the latter of the 2 due to some work conflicts. The interviews are conducted on Microsoft Teams like others have mentioned here in reviews. You receive... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 04, 2020 The interview is pretty much related with all the info you find on this site. The first phone call is just to check on the info you put in the application; the lady in charge of the first phone call also asked if I was aware of the type of flying, 17/13, something that seems to be an issue for some people. After the first call you get an invitation to attend a mandatory company, presentation, great info given by a 777 captain from the Southern Air side. A day later I had the tech interview... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Nov 04, 2020 Interview was very similar to what others have posted. First day was company presentation. Second day was hr panel and tech panel interviews. Those were about 1 hour each. Tech panel was a little difficult for me as I haven't flown in over 8 months thanks to the pandemic and all of my study material is stuck in Japan where my last job was located. But study hard with what you have and you can be... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Nov 03, 2020 It took about 3 weeks from phone screening to actually being offered an interview. Once offered, I had the interview the following week. The interviews were done via Microsoft Teams, which is similar to zoom, skype etc. It was very straight forward, both Tech and HR interviews. Tech interview is pretty much spot on from the gouges out there. I did receive some extra study materials from previous interviewees. The study guide issued from Atlas gives a good guide, but there might be a few... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Nov 03, 2020 The interview was very laid back just like everyone says. It was a 2 day process. I heard the presentation on day one and had a Technical / HR interview on day 2. There were no curve ball’s thrown at me. Everything I was asked was discussed in all the other posts. I highly recommend studying the gouge and Atlas’s web page (so you know as much as possible about the company).  All the questions were very straight forward. They just want to meet you and see how you... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Nov 03, 2020 Microsoft Team interview with HR and company pilot. Study the provided documents thoroughly - the questions were rapid fire but very fair. Everyone I spoke with was positive and upbeat about the... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Andrew A
    (Hired at Atlas Air)

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    Jan 15, 2021