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Read Page 1 ... was in the Tempo line. I was then given a clearance to copy and read back. From there we looked at the SID from KIAD and asked more questions. He also wanted to know the top altitude on the particular transition we’d be flying. I was the shown the ILS 35 into KAVL and asked to brief the approach. We then talked about weather inside and outside of the FAF and more questions.  Know the symbols on the plates, aids and stars. We covered Vmc and multi engine aerodynamics along with systems on my most recently flown aircraft. (view the study guide of... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Dec 09, 2020 The previous summaries have been useful, and mine was no different. Very nice, welcoming people. Be prepared, and there will be no surprises. I was given the CJO an hour after the interview. Microsoft Teams was used with HR and Technical, completed back to back within the hour timeframe. (view the study guide of this website).   I was caught off guard by one question, the simple math of calculating. Because I had a pen in my hand I wanted to utilize a formula to do it accurately but was... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 16, 2020 I was asked a few HR type questions and then TECH questions.  I am typed on the 145 so my questions were not system based and more decision making. Started with a take off. know your call outs.  (view the study guide of this website).... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 09, 2020 The interview was virtual and very relaxed but still professional. Feeling comfortable is key and Cassie was interested in getting to know a little about me and my flying experience along with a few basic HR questions. The tech portion was focused on the EMB-145.  Know your approach plate legend. Then came a mock flight to an airport where I read through a dispatch release, know how to decode weather(nothing fancy or out of the norm). When arriving at the destination airport, the... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 02, 2020 I interviewed with Cassie and Dan, both were great, follow the previous interview preps, and if you have 145 experience, know the system and limitations, anything can be used. Interview was 1 hour. No training date was... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Oct 30, 2020 Initial phone screen by Cassie was your standard tell me about yourself any failed check rides (be honest). Scheduled the interview for 2 weeks later with an online written test to take before the interview. ATP type questions but nothing over the top. Interview was with Cassie (HR) and a Pilot. The questions can be found on here. Be prepared for a mock flight over Microsoft teams and just walk through your decision making and callouts they send you. Be yourself, be honest, and good... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Oct 30, 2020 I think the interview was well represented by questions you find here. Both the HR rep and pilot recruiter were very professional and friendly throughout the interview. It began with HR questions followed by a technical interview where you’re operating a flight. Know the callouts they give you, and be prepared for “what if” scenarios in flight. If you’re currently flying a jet they might ask about one or two systems of what you’re flying. Overall a pleasant... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Oct 23, 2020 Started with a written test from the ATP written. As advertised. No weight questions. Next was online meeting with HR and Line Captain. Started with standard HR questions. Very relaxed and conversational. 2 or 3 TMAAT questions.  Handed off to the Line Captain for the tech portion. (view sim/scenario section of this website).  Again this portion is very relaxed and conversational. This company is preparing for huge growth next year. They need people, but I get the impression that... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 21, 2020 The other interview gouges are spot on, very professional online interview interface. Come prepared and if you were given a packet to study, that's what you can expect on your... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 20, 2020 Meeting was held online, HR and a Pilot conducted the interview. Filled out the flight time grid prior to the interview. I did not get a sheet that had call outs for the technical portion. Make sure you get that prior to, so you can review company specific calls etc.. Wasn't that big a deal that I didn't have it. PowerPoint presentation started the interview with company info and growth for the future. Some chit chat during and opportunities to ask questions if you have any. Training in... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 14, 2020 One hour via MS Teams, due to Covid. Two people interviewed me, 1 HR and 1 Pilot. Very nice to talk to. First 5-10 minutes powerpoint on Commutair. Then HR Questions: (view the study guide of this website). Technical portion lasted about 35 minutes. I'm typed on the 145 so I got some system questions on the APU, batteries. Shown a picture of the 145 asked what specific compartments were, battery, hydraulic.   Asked what things were on the Jepp plates, nothing tricky.... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Martanda B
    (Hired at CommutAir)

    Great resource!

    Nov 01, 2019