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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. Oct 14, 2022 Interviewed after learning about their Grey Gulls program (retired airline pilots) Very relaxing interview. Location was in their corporate offices in Hyannis. Just asked some job history questions. What have you been doing? Rate yourself has a pilot 1 to 10 and why? Where would you like to be based? Lasted about 30... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Sep 19, 2022 It really helped me for preparation of my interview. I could make it because I could prepare well. The interview was very nice. I had few HR questions and technical questions. It was not too difficult but I had to know about the basic procedure for multi engine and the FAR. Cape air explained me about their company and... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jun 16, 2022 Interview went exactly as is outlined here on AviationInterviews, I was interviewed by Caroline and a pilot. Typically HR questions, no surprises. Technical questions I was asked to recite what are the memory items for engine failure, pulled up a NACO chart and had to brief it including say what type of entry would need to go into the hold, asked what’s max holding speed, name the airspace’s in the US and finally define the critical engine. Pretty laid back interview and Caroline... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jan 14, 2022 Very laid back, the guy was very nice and easy going.  He started giving me an introduction of the entire company, mentality, philosophy, likes and dislikes, fleet and destinations.  Afterwards, he started asking me a little about myself and my career: accidents/incidents?, check-ride failures?, experience, and flight time.  After this, he asked me a few ''tell me about a time'' type of questions and at the end he told me the salary expectations and the possible bases and... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jan 04, 2022 Just talk. No technical questions. CRM or Company Culture... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Dec 29, 2021 Had a great online interview, normal introduction about myself and my career, why Cape Air?  Difference in operation between multi pilot crew and single pilot operation at Cape Air.  Salary information and expectations. Very nice atmosphere and pretty straight forward, just be yourself, be comfortable and confident but remember they want to know who you really are. Do not make something... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Dec 21, 2021 Applied as part time Captain/Gray Gull, CE 402/BOS Interviewed with Cameron and Caroline - format and questions were almost exactly what’s previously been posted on this website. Informal and very... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Dec 15, 2021 It was very laid back interview. 45min of interview mostly on HR questions. Why Cape air, what would you do types of questions. It seems they were interested on what kind of person I am. Try to be honest with them and you will have no problem. All the questions were in the study bank of this website. Go over them and you will have no... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Pretty straight forward, 2 technical questions. Tell me about a time questions.  (view the study guide of this website).  A pilot and Hr rep were present for the interview. Done over Microsoft teams. Very relaxed and comfortable environment, overall a pleasant... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. I interviewed with Caroline. There wasn't a pilot to assist with the interview. Caroline was great! Very smooth interview. All questions were from the group already outlined on AviationInterviews. No surprises. I thought I did alright and answered all the technical questions properly. I was not given an offer. Obviously I don't really know why but I feel it was either the TMAAT questions or I was to clear that this was definitely a stepping stone and would try to go 121 as soon as possible.... Continue reading this interview experience

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    Oct 08, 2021