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As expected the day began at exactly 0645 with the shuttle ride from the La Quinta hotel to Envoy headquarters. Upon arrival we were greeted and escorted into a room to sign in and place our lunch orders. We were then taken to a conference room upstairs where they took our log books and the original documents which they had requested copies of via email a couple weeks before the interview. We then sat through a presentation with a recruiter telling us about the company while our documents were being reviewed. They then began to pull us out of the room individually for combined HR and technical interviews. The HR questions included the usual “tell me about a time when” and “what would you do if the captain...” questions. (view the study guide of this website). The technical questions were rapid fire. Know... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jun 22, 2020 I applied for the cadet program, but due to Covid-19 and Envoy not currently hiring they were only offering the HR interview. If successful then your file was placed in the technical interview stack and as soon as they resume hiring then that portion will be scheduled. The HR interview went as expected with the usual questions of tell me something else about you, why envoy, and what would you do in this situation. Overall it was quick and easy since it was conducted online and all the... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Interviewed for cadet program in March 2020. Accepted, but no further contact, due to COVID-19. Interview was straightforward, and asked mostly TMAAT type questions for HR part of interview. In the subsequent months, various staff from Envoy have conducted round table discussions to keep in touch with cadet/cadet instructors. Due to COVID, any further contact has been severely limited, as can be... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Flew into DFW the day before. The interview was conducted early in the morning at the hotel. All paperwork collected and logbooks, pilot certificate, medical, radio license, etc...Envoy official spent about 45 mins giving an overview of the company and what to expect. Interview was pretty straight forward. Technical and human resource questions. A captain and HR person both interviewing you at the same time trading questions. Human resource questions are typical. What would you do if captain... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jeppsen Charts DP Stars Airspeed Holds Airspace All questions HR related to the website were... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Interview experience was similar to what all of the other reviews have said. Gauge was spot... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. The interview process was just as described. Know the material mentioned and you will be prepared. The questions they ask are pretty logical for the position we are applying for. Knowing jeppesen materials was a weakness for me, but looking over the index helped a lot with the preparation. I was not assigned a start date or aircraft due to the Corona... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. The gouge was spot on. Understand and study the Jepp Charts. Know the 1-2-3 rule as well as the application of that rule to a TAF. The study questions were a big help and a great refresher. Take your time on the charts and relax its just two pilots... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Hi all! Envoy interview was definitely on par with the gouge and study guide on this website. One piece of advice that I would give in addition is to study up on 121-related regulations. That seemed to trip a few folks today. Timeline and order of events was the same as previously described. Study DFW related items (SID, STAR's, Ground Charts, Approaches) as it relates to Jeppesen if you're not familiar. Take your time to answer questions-- no one is looking to stump you. Review... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Format same as others noted here. HR questions and What would you do questions.  (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. As the others have posted before. Study the gouge. Maybe make a quizlet but it’s pretty much spot on from what they will be asking. You’ll get a positive space ticket the day before or not if you live in the area. Call the hotel to get picked up. There’s a few food options within walking distance or a free delivery code from one of the food delivery services. The day starts early with a 0645 shuttle to HQ. Talk with your fellow interviewees. You’ll be spending a lot... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Jeff A
    (Hired at Envoy Air)

    Prep material was useful- especially first hand accounts of interviews and the dates interviewed and hired. Able to compare and contrast between companies and make a blended study guide.

    Sep 30, 2020