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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. May 21, 2021 Cameron  and Gene were both on the MS Teams meeting. Cameron wore a white polo, and Gene had on a polo and a ballcap. I wore a button up shirt and sports coat. Both individuals introduced themselves and talked about their background. They then asked me general questions.  Cameron asked questions. Then Gene asked questions.   (view the study guide of this website,  All of the questions I was asked are listed there). The interview concluded with me having the... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. May 17, 2021 The interview was straight forward, consisting of a hiring manager and one of the chief pilots. Both were pleasant to talk to and easy-going. I was asked some typical HR questions (tell me about a time...., etc), as well as some questions pertaining to my resume (flight times, prior experience in the industry, current proficiency with instrument). I felt very well prepared for the interview. Towards the end of the interview, I was asked a few technical questions. That said, I would highly... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 10, 2021 This site is spot on. The recruiter was super friendly and the interview was a pleasurable experience. Mainly HR questions like stated previously with a few technical questions. Chief pilot was unable to sit in on interview. They are still requiring first officers to sign a promissory note for 18 months once you hit... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. May 10, 2021 This site pretty much sums it all up already. Everything is already on here. Just know for sure these things Turbo charger and engine failure The rest is mostly tell me about a time questions. Interview was laid back, and the people interviewing you are very nice and relaxed. Interview was more about scenerio based situations.   Also it would help if you do your homework on the company in advance and the history of it.. it’s a plus and shows you are highly interested.... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. May 04, 2021 AviationInterviews review for the company was spot on. The interview was on Teams, but the Interviewers were very kind and made you feel welcome. Your basic TMATT questions and tell them about yourself. Technical questions are based on the knowledge that you should have at the Commercial Pilot... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 19, 2021 The interview was over Google Teams with the recruiter and a chief pilot. Standard HR questions lasted about 30min, which was the majority of the interview. The last portion of the interview was technical questions. (view the study guide of this website).   The interview lasted 45 minutes to 1... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Mar 17, 2021 I was interviewed by one HR representative & one senior pilot (he was there in the beginnings of starting Cape Air). The interview was done through Microsoft Teams, & was rather casual. I wore a white collared button up, the pilot was in a baseball cap & a Patagonia quarter button fleece, & HR rep was in a polo shirt. Both people were personable, friendly, understanding of internet/system glitches, & understandable when I expressed that I was nervous. All questions... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Feb 26, 2021 Interview was straight forward, no surprises. This website covered everything. I was asked just a handful of TMAAT questions and 2 technical questions...turbocharger and engine failure on takeoff. The interview was on a Friday and lasted about 40 minutes. I was offered the job the following... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Feb 23, 2021 Really simple interview. Interview included mostly HR questions with 2 Technical questions. The HR questions on here are spot on, if you know how to answer each of them you'll be fine. Then Technical questions, (view the study guide of this website).  Interview took about 30 minutes on Microsoft Teams with Cameron. Make sure you dress professionally and ask a couple questions at the end. I was told I got the position the following... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Feb 22, 2021 Great website, all the questions were listed here. I had no... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Rachael E
    (Hired at Cape Air)

    Excellent source!

    Mar 26, 2021