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Read Page 1 ... questions like what to do if you lose an engine in a twin engine aircraft. He asked about customer service related questions like how I would handle a particular issue, and asked for examples where I challenged someone when they were wrong, and also to provide examples of when I've provided excellent customer service. After finishing the interview he told me each application would go before a committee for final review before being hired. Thought... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Dec 23, 2020 First off, I received a call from a gentleman named Cameron. He called roughly 1 week after submitting an application to set up an interview a few days later. He told me that it would be him as well as a Chief Pilot however he was not able to make it. Much of the interview was personality based.  As far as HR Questions, there were the standard TMAAT questions about policies, problem customers, etc. There were only two technical questions asked in my interview.  (view the study... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Dec 23, 2020 The interview was straight forward. It started with tell me about yourself and your aviation experience. The rest of the questions are right off the gouge. There were two technical questions. The interview went how all interviews should go. Study the questions in the gouge and you should be... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Dec 22, 2020 I initially got a call from the pilot recruiter. He is a great guy and makes things very relaxed. He asked me a couple initial questions and then asked if I had any questions. After that they scheduled an interview with himself and the chief pilot via MS Teams. The interview was straight forward, all the questions are listed on this website. There were a couple of HR questions and then a couple of technical questions. Make sure to know and be able to explain how a turbo charger works as well... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Dec 16, 2020 This was a very easy and laid back. I did my interview with a recruiter named Cameron. The questions he asked were about a turbocharged engine and steps for engine failure after takeoff of a twin. A few HR related questions and then had time for me to ask some questions. Use the study guide it was very... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Dec 03, 2020 The interview process was very relaxed, straightforward and no “gotcha” type of questions. The interview was conducted in the morning (9:30AM EST) via Microsoft Teams. There were two individuals interviewing me, and it begins with many HR type questions,  from there they’ll ask a few technical questions on how a turbocharger works and the steps to an engine failure in a multi after takeoff. You’ll then be asked a few HR related “tell me about a time... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 25, 2020 It wasn't very difficult most questions were HR questions and a few technical questions. (view the study guide of this website). The interviewer was a great guy ,and I'm waiting for my class date after this virus... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Mar 23, 2020 The interview was conducted on face-time. Very relax and easy going. I have to admit everything on this gouge was correct. Was not asked all of these questions, but glad i reviewed them just in case.  Interviewer explained role of the job, requirements and commitments. From start to finish was almost 40... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Mar 18, 2020 Has to do a phone interview since Skype was not working on their end. Received company info, told them about myself and my flight experience. Answered 2 HR questions. Then some technical questions, (view the study guide of this website).  Then we spoke about company policies for a long duration so I am hoping that is a good... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Feb 19, 2020 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 questions like what to do if you lose an... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Feb 18, 2020 I had a great interview with Cameron as well as the director of Flight Training. This interview mostly focused on emergency procedures for light twin-engine aircraft, systems on multi-engine aircraft as well as the single engine I was most used to flying (172), and situational questions (What would you do if...) I was called the same day and Cameron let me know I was... Continue reading this interview experience

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