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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. Nov 23, 2022 Typical HR questions, technical - METAR, TAF, JEP Plates, Speeds, callouts, flaps... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 21, 2022 Started off with overview of the company and what to expect for pay and training. 3 TMAAT questions from the recruiter then 1 on 1 with the FO. Started off with reading a metar then asked if we need a takeoff alternate. Then arriving at this time, do we need an alternate filed. Briefed a taxi route from IAH to RW 15L, what we would look out for while taxiing. What if captain didn't hold short? Did takeoff callouts, he let choose PIC/SIC. Briefed a departure, arrival, and approach chart.... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 11, 2022 Make sure to know the call outs that they send you. Be comfortable with departures, arrivals, and your approach plates. Also, make sure to go over systems in the plane you are going flying right now, as you might get asked some questions about that. A great experience... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 09, 2022 Very similar to the other experiences listed here. Had a quick call with an HR representative to verify logbook times and experience a few days after my application was submitted. Scheduled a video interview later with basic HR and technical questions. Went through the simulated flight with all of the callouts from the sheet they send you in the email and was asked flap and gear speeds. Went through a taxi route brief, SID brief, both out of DEN (was asked for the top altitude for our... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 02, 2022 Interview was 45 minutes. 10 of that was talking and the short slide show. 2 tmaat questions and then the recruiter dipped out. Line FO did the technical portion. We never went over the callouts they sent or talked about any of the speed limitations. For the most part the technical portion was like everyone else’s minus the callouts. Only thing that caught me off guard was that he told me to give a 5 minute presentation on the G1000 system. Wasn’t hard, just did not expect it.... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Oct 24, 2022 HR interview was brief and to the point. Be humble and confident in your answers and you will be fine. Nothing abnormal, be prepared to talk about fuel planning and diversions when briefing arrivals. Was given the ILS 8R into IAH, Gumby 3 RNAV departure, and DOOBI 2 arrival. You will be given callouts to memorize before hand. Make sure you are extremely comfortable with both the PF and PM. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Oct 17, 2022 All HR and technical questions were on this website. Study those intently and you will be fine. Review the airport diagram for KIAH and KDEN, specifically any potential hotspots you may incur taxiing to runway 8L in Houston. You will be given a series of callouts to memorize. Make sure that you are extremely comfortable with both the PIC and SIC... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 10, 2022 Phone screen call is first. Expect someone from HR to get in touch with you. Takes 15 minutes answering questions about hours, accidents, DUIs, etc. The second interview happened for me a week later. Before the HR/Technical interview, you take a 40 question speed test online. They send you the link. Time allotted is 45 minutes with a passing score 70% and above. You have 2 times to take the test if your score is below 70%. This is to be completed prior to the interview. I would suggest... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 10, 2022 This gouge gets you really close to what is going to happen. Be sure you can read Jepp plates and know the stuff the company sends... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 06, 2022 Met recruiters at a career fair, did a quick pre screen and scheduled a virtual interview for the next week. Studied for a written test they have their applicants do, which consists of select questions from the ATP written. Also memorized a series of callouts and airspeeds they asked me to recite during a scenario in the interview. Interviewers were easy going and the process was great! HR asked me about my most stressful flight and a time I didn’t get along with a coworkers. Tech... Continue reading this interview experience

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