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The process happened quickly, Applied (Day 1) for the A220 Captain and Captain Qualified FO position Next day (Day 2) I received the A220 Pilot Questionnaire, I completed it and returned it. Later that afternoon (still Day 2), I received... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jun 20, 2022 Just as decribed below. Panel of 2 interview. One retired pilot and one from inflight/hr. All questions were focused around the SKIIEs so know those. Ask questions about them when you get a chance. Felt like more a personality fit than anything else. Asked about Checkride and training failures. Overall was very... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jun 16, 2022 Virtual Interview Recording. About 20 mins interview, Virtual recording. 20 seconds question (hit the repeat button to get another 20 secs) and speak for 2 mins each. Tutorial given at the start with practice question. (view the study guide of this website). All the... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jun 15, 2022 Super laid back, it was more of a conversation that it was an interrogation. Remember SKIIEs. Every question ties back to SKIIEs. Nothing Technical was... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jun 13, 2022 3 weeks from completing the application to getting the CJO. Applied the end of last month, invite to fill out pilot questionnaire and do the pre-recorded interview 4 days later. Request for logbook review 3 days after that. Invite to pick an interview date, chose the morning 3 days ago. Offer came last night. For the pre-recorded interview I was asked a few questions. (view the study guide of this website).  TMAAT questions. For the interview I was asked just a few questions, a few were... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jun 03, 2022 The prerecorded video interview is as reviewed by other pilots. 4 questions total, 20 seconds to prepare and 2 minutes to record the answer. Repeat the question so that you get more time to think.  (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Jun 01, 2022 My interview experience was almost exactly like what other users had. Submitted resume and heard back in a few days. Did a recorded interview where you answer a few questions. Then got an email to set up an interview with them over video chat. Heard back a few days later with an offer... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. May 28, 2022 So far I’ve only done the pre-recorded video interview. There were four questions. Each question was asked , and then repeated. You have 20 seconds to come up with a response, but you can hit “repeat question” to listen again and give yourself more time. The questions were things like, what does exceptional customer service mean to you?, what are some meaningful aviation experiences you have? Things like that. Waiting to hear back for live... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. May 25, 2022 The exact format as what been written here. Very good interview, friendly, kept you at ease. Majority of Human factor questions. “Tell us about the time” type of... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. May 23, 2022 Interview process is as described. Apply online, then receive email with a questionnaire asking similar initial questions (your flight times, any 121 failures, FAA violations etc- its a 2 page word document), next step is 4 question self-recorded interview (what did you like about your current job, recap of your aviation history, if youve had an emergency, etc). Last step is interview over webcam with an HR person and a pilot. Asked nearly the same questions, thought it went well, but did... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. May 16, 2022 Three step process after you apply; 1. Video on demand interview. 2. Aeronautical experience spreadsheet. 3. Zoom interview. 1. On-demand was a tough process. You get asked a question, you have 30 seconds to formulate an answer, and 2 mins to record the answer. TIP: you get an extra 30 seconds if you ask to repeat the question, soooo always ask to repeat to give your self more time. 2. Aeronautical experience spreadsheet is the usual # of hours you have, any failures, accidents etc... All... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Andrew M
    (Hired at Breeze Airways)

    Exactly as described

    May 25, 2022