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Very similar to every other persons experience. Online application followed a few weeks later by an online test that was like a serious of games and... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Apr 20, 2022 This interview was for the Company path. The interview was conducted online, via a video conference app. The interview was very pleasant and the interviewers were very friendly. They started off by introducing themselves and describing their careers up to that point, and made sure to make me feel relaxed and at ease. They encouraged me to take my time with my answers and take any water or bathroom breaks as needed. The questions they asked were all HR questions. I was asked about my... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Dec 02, 2021 It was a very friendly interview style. I walked in the building and brought all my documents, waited for about 15 minutes, then two pilots walked in and brought me to another room for the interview, they were both very nice. They helped take away the tension tons from the interview. They asked by first why Delta? Then asked me to talk about myself, asked how I had gone through my training with no check-ride failures, then some scenario based questions, what was a failure I had to overcome... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 17, 2021 Practice a lot of HR questions for this interview. You will be asked many different scenarios that will put you to the test. Make sure to have a team mindset when thinking about these questions along with using all the resources you have available. The interviewers are awesome, and really cool to talk to and get to know. Just STUDY, STUDY, STUDY. There are no technical questions on this... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 17, 2021 The interview was relatively laid back and was with 2 Pilots that currently worked for Delta. I was asked very basic HR questions and their main point seemed to see what I was like as a person. THERE IS NO TECHNICAL PORTION IN THE INTERVIEW. The interview started with the question, “Can you please explain all of your flight training and experience to this current point and tell us any adversities or events that are notable along the way.” This had me primarily talking for about... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 16, 2021 Once you arrive, you meet with the liaison for your school. They will scan in your documents and bring all of your training records and logbooks to the interviewers. It is important to note that the liaison cannot interview you and has no bearing on whether or not you are hired. I would still have a few questions prepared for them to make small talk with as you wait to be escorted into the room. Overall, the two interviewers were extremely kind and very laid back. It was not a stressful... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 16, 2021 Before the interview, you apply for the program. If this is all good, they'll send you an online assessment with parts for testing reaction time, multitasking, ATC instruction understanding, personality, etc. If your performance there is good, they'll send you the invitation for the interview. This interview experience was pretty straightforward. I dressed in dress shoes, dress pants with a belt, a button-up shirt, and a tie (the interview email said "Throughout the entire process, you... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Nov 15, 2021 Application, test, panel interview. Very straight forward. Be prepared to explain your... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Nov 15, 2021 The whole process was very straight forward. I met with a liaison who gathered all my documentation and took pictures of everything. We then just waited and talked to each other until the pilots who were interviewing me were ready. One pilot came to escort me to the interview room and offered me a water. There were two very nice pilots in the room interviewing me. They started off with some basic HR questions and wanted to learn who I was as a person. Then we moved into some randomly... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Nov 15, 2021 Arrived 15 mins before my scheduled interview. They collected paperwork, log book, training records, etc., scanned it into their system, then supplied it to the two pilot interviewers. After about 10 minutes they called me into the interview and got started. Questions covered my background in school, aviation, as well as what got me into aviation. Transitioned into situational based questions about how you would react, but no technical related questions. All SBT questions were looking at... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Nov 11, 2021 Started off talking with the liaison and going over my paperwork. Make sure you bring everything needed including passport, ID, student ID, and logbook. Also, have your training records and make sure all stage checks, progress checks, and check rides are tabbed out. The liaison will take your information to the interviewer who were two pilots. Two pilots a woman and man, both very nice. Make sure you are up to date on everything Delta and the aviation world to make conversation with the... Continue reading this interview experience

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