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Read Page 1 ... I believe there were a couple of others that I can’t recall. Bottom line is I walked out relaxed and confident afterwards. The interviewers are interactive and respond to you (you will get blank stares, however). Try not to ramble during silence. Broke for an hour lunch, then the testing started at 1230. First test is the cognitive portion. There are multiple ways to study for this. Overall, I felt this was very easy. Second test is the psych test. Just be yourself and answer the first thing that comes to mind. Third, was the knowledge test. After seeing some of the candidates come out during the morning session with deflated looking egos, I was nervous for it. But overall, I felt very prepared through my study materials and this site and took about half of the 60 minutes allotted time. The last 30 minutes is the worst part as the Captain  comes out and calls your name if you did not get it. Your heart will beat out of your... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Oct 19, 2021 The process was pretty straight forward. On your flight down there, they send you an email for a 7:15 report time. Be there at 7:15 even though it wont start till 8am. I didnt make it past the HR interview because of mistakes I made. If you are military be sure you bring ALL form 8s and your green folder etc. even though the email doesnt ask for all of those specifically. Be sure to scrub your online apps carefully because they will go in and check and make sure everything matches. GPAs... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Oct 15, 2021 Very similar to the recent posts. No surprises, questions were fair and spot on with the recent questions with just slight variations. TMAT and WWYD. The process was professional and organized. The team was friendly, warm, and made you feel comfortable. It was clear they weren’t trying to stump or trick me in anyway. Seemed like they just wanted to see my thought process in decision making, who I was, and what got me to this point in my life. Entire day took about 7 hours or so. Those who... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Oct 07, 2021 It was as advertised. We started at 10 AM. There were five people in my group. We took the MMPI first, then afterwords went to lunch. After lunch, we came back and started to do the interviews with one HR and two pilots in the room. Next, you go back to the holding tank and wait for someone to come take you to another room and tell you if you got the job or not. Then you talk to the psychologist, fingerprint and drug test. I started at 10am was done by 4:10pm. The experience was... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Sep 29, 2021 The interview at DAL is extremely straight forward. The Panel is extremely professional and the MMPI is what it is. All of the questions found on AviationInterviews.com are good ones to prepare for and consider an interview prep company. This resource was an excellent way to assist in the preparations. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Sep 28, 2021 Started the day with the submission of logbooks and paperwork. Separated the group in two, some took the MMPI test first, and the others started with panel interview. Panel was very conversational, lots of questions about my application, and my current job. The rest was a combination of TMAAT and WWYD’s. Went to lunch, and when we came back they offered the CJO’s. After that, we talked to the psychologist for about 30 minutes, and they send you home. Overall, I had a great experience.... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Sep 10, 2021 When I arrived in Atlanta, I received an email with instructions on when/ where to get a visitors badge. In the morning I saw a few other interviewees at the Hilton and we made our way to get badges. Once we had our badges, we had to figure out where the pilot interviews were going to be, we worked together, at first we ended up over by the in flight interview location- a nice flight attendant pointed us in the right direction. Over at the pilot interview location we were waiting in the... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Sep 10, 2021 The interview process has changed from pre-pandemic, now its a one day process in Atlanta instead of the previous two days. Before arriving in Atlanta you'll take an online assessment which covers some of the subjects they used to do in person from my understanding. Once you're on the Delta Air Lines campus you'll wait in the lobby with other interviewees until they come grab you to start the big day. They gather your documents and logbooks in a conference room. Next you'll drop your bags... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Aug 31, 2021 The whole process during the interview was pretty straight forward. We had an initial briefing on what to expect for the day, then headed out to take a computer based personality test. The personally test asks some strange questions and is very long. We then had a break for lunch, before heading back to the break area. We were called in one at a time for the panel interviews. My panel interview had two line pilots and one member of HR. All the questions they asked were pretty standard and... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Aug 30, 2021 Went just as described 7 out of 10 were offered CJO. Still waiting on class... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Aug 25, 2021 My interview experience was similar to others. Arrived at 0730 for badging and hung out in the lobby area until around 0800. A pilot hiring team member came out to give a quick rundown of the day's schedule. Paperwork was taken and half of the group went directly to MMPI, over 500 questions.  Other half of the group went directly to panel interviews. Lasted about 45 minutes, one HR, one Captain and one First Officer. A couple of WWYD and a couple of TMAAT combined with a few questions about... Continue reading this interview experience

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    Mar 21, 2020