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Interview was held via a online session with a gentleman named Vinny. Interview was pretty straight forward and Vinny seems like a nice guy and we had a bit of conversation before getting to the technical stuff. Everything went pretty well but they have apparently been inundated with applicants so its hard to even get an interview these days. Went over the basics as far as willingness to relocate, expected commitments and the like then on to basic... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Aug 30, 2021 After receiving a phone call for initial screening I was scheduled for a virtual interview. It was very straight forward and basically reviewing my resume. Then I was asked some HR questions and a couple technical questions which were the same as the ones on the review here. Definitely a great... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Aug 20, 2021 Interview was very friendly like.  Mine was with my recruiter Caroline, and Gene. Interview starts offer very basic about yourself and flight background and experience. Then gets into HR questions on how you would handle certain situations with customers/coworkers/management. Then a couple of technical questions are asked about the airplane and emergency situations (single engine ops) and then the interview is wrapped... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Aug 19, 2021 Very friendly interviewers, they made it a point to make me comfortable during the interview, even though it was over video. Questions were very standard, as far as the HR questions go they want to see that your a decent person, and can have a normal conversation. I used a lot of my past experience to answer their questions. The technical questions were straight from this site's web page so I felt very prepared for the... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Aug 18, 2021 Quick and easy interview! Techincal: Asked about how a turbo charger works, what to do after losing an engine after takeoff, and to explain a time I had to make a PIC decision HR: Asked about a time I disagreed with a protocol at work and how I addressed it, what I liked and disliked about my current job, and why I want to fly for Cape... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Aug 06, 2021 The interview was very straightforward, lasted about 35 minutes. Started off with questions about myself, hobbies, how did I get into flying, why I want to work for Cape Air, etc. Moved onto customer service experience, and what would you do type situations with both passengers and crew. Two technical questions. (view the study guide of this website).  Moved on to HR questions, confirming items on my resume, what bases am I interested in, would I be able to start on the class date they... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Jul 20, 2021 Interview was with Cameron from HR, the chief pilot was unable to sit with us. Interview was on microsoft teams and lasted about 35 minutes. Broken down like previous interviewees have stated: mostly HR questions, a few technical, and lastly personality questions. Cameron was very professional and I enjoyed the interview. Can't wait to... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Jul 19, 2021 Interview was overall pretty easy there wasn't really any questions that were trying to trick you. I met with the recruiter and the assistant chief pilot. The recruiter was asking all of the typical HR questions and the pilot was asking most of the technical questions. (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Jul 06, 2021 I was just interviewed by Cameron. None of the chief pilots were available. He was dressed in a polo shirt and we kept it very casual. He was very nice and very upfront about what Cape Air expects from you. I wasn't a hard interview. The questions on this website are exactly what he... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Jul 01, 2021 It was a great experience. Straight forward get to know you interview. Heavy on customer service with few technical questions. Be outgoing and willing to put in the effort. Do no expect a full commercial or instrument oral. They expect you know know these things. Be prepared for what if scenarios dealing with customers and service. Tell me about a... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Jun 21, 2021 This was a great experience and they provided many details about the company and work environment. The interview started with an introduction about myself. Afterward, we moved on to many of the HR questions. Be prepared to answer questions related to customer service and how you would work with other team members who may be in conflict with you. The technical portion was straightforward. Know critical the engine and what to do on engine failure shortly after takeoff. If you read the gouge... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: David B
    (Hired at Cape Air)

    Always the best way to prepare for an interview!

    Aug 09, 2021