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I interviewed via Skype which was a new experience for me. The HR portion was straight forward and began with a PowerPoint presentation of the company. Then we went into the Q&A about me and my background. They just want to know who you are. You do have to be Superman or Superwoman. Just be yourself and relax. Typical TMAT questions. The technical was also straight forward. I was given a metar and taf for KAVL. I was then given an ETA in local time for KAVL and asked questions. You’ll have to convert to Zulu time and decipher the TAF. The answer... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jun 02, 2022 A few TMAAT then went through mock flight. Briefed taxiing, the callouts, METAR and alternates, an arrival with lost coms scenario and an approach into iah. Very friendly and laid... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jun 02, 2022 Very laid back interview process, exactly as described on here. Started with a quick overview of the airline and their training. Went right into the HR portion of the interview, I was asked four TMAAT questions, nothing too difficult. Went right into the technical portion, I was a little thrown off by the technical portion when he asked me to brief the taxi, I thought I was going to get a "taxi clearance" but he wanted to brief the taxi route he had drawn. They don't ask any... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 19, 2022 The interview was as laid back as everyone said. The recruiters were both first officers and listened intently and responded with interest to what I told them. They asked me some TMAT questions.Then we went into the technical portion. We simulated a flight from IAH to JAX, departing from 15L. He asked me what preflight considerations I made, I basically went through NWKRAFT. We briefed the taxi diagram, briefed the departure and went through the callouts for line up and takeoff. He asked me... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. May 18, 2022 Started off with 5 TMAATW questions. (view the study guide of this website).  Then technical. Went through a flight and briefed taxi, SID, STAR, and approach while incorporating the call outs and flap limitations... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. May 11, 2022 Very laid back. Presentation on the company first, then a few HR TMAT questions, then technical questions. Received a class date at the end of the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. May 09, 2022 It was a very calm and welcoming environment. It started with a brief presentation of the company and details of what to expect (types of reserve, bases, pay, etc.). Jumped right into the HR portion with a few TMAT questions. Be honest and take your time. They are looking to see you made good decision making and really seeing you are not scared to be assertive when needed to be. Technical portion was going through a flight. In my case it was a flight from IAH to MCO. Went through the METAR,... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. May 06, 2022 The interview process was very chill. The HR and Technical pilot recruiter did an amazing job of making me feel comfortable and relaxed. After a brief description of the company, got asked a couple of TMAAT questions. The time you had to go against the company policy. A time when you didn’t agree with a coworker and how you handed the situation. After that came the technical portion of the interview process. Had to explain the fuel system of the last flown plane. What would I tell my... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. May 05, 2022 Simple-started with a short presentation about Commutair from HR Rep, led into a few TMAT when questions, about a challenging time, about a time you made a mistake, etc., led into technical interview-asked about density altitude, read metar, looked at SID, referenced takeoff minimums and takeoff alternates, read out takeoff callouts, looked at STAR, descent rate and distant, looked at approach plate, read out METAR, looked at circling minimums, and regular approach-briefed approach and... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Apr 25, 2022 Interview was pretty straight forward and lasted just over an hour. First 15-20 minutes was HR presentation and then some standard TMAAT questions. From there, the technical portion started off reading a TAF, then a taxi brief, and then takeoff callouts. There were some TOLD/critical engine failure questions that we went over as well. Then we transitioned to a SID (various questions), a STAR and then an approach plate (various Jepps questions). We also talked about what a lost comm... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Apr 25, 2022 I was called for my phone screening within hours of submitting my application, passed the phone screen.  Had interview within a week. interview was pretty straight forward a few "tell me about a time when" and then the technical.  We did an ILS into Denver.  Main thing that helped me was getting together with someone and speak my answers out loud for the tell me about a time when and brief the a few approaches. They offered me the job on the spot. they currently dont... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Richard M
    (Hired at CommutAir)

    It was very helpful.

    Jul 04, 2021