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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. Nov 21, 2022 Brief summary for overall process:- Arrive day before, next morning 0615AM hotel shuttle to Envoy headquarters, presentation on company/ benefits & pay, paperwork, logbook, certificates check, received CJO, ate brunch, pee in a cup, fingerprinting and Uber back to the airport. Absolutely NO HR or Tech questions were asked. Was informed there is NO INTERVIEW for 121.436 qualified pilots. (Time that counts towards 122.436 is 135 PIC time only and or 121 PIC & SIC time). Tips:- Go... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 09, 2022 The process was very quick, there was only one other applicant, they went over our log book and all paperwork, we ordered lunch and went directly into the interview.  After that we waiting in a room and we’re called out where we got the CJO. Signed the paperwork then took the drug test as well as fingerprints. After that we were free to leave was there from... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Oct 31, 2022 Interview was pretty laid back and a very pleasant experience overall. All the information on here is spot on. As long as you study the jeppesen charts and all the other info on this website youll be fine. Way more technical and very few HR questions. I got asked a few questions on the ALSF lighting system so brush up on the approach lighting... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Oct 26, 2022 3 Candidates, all prior military, with qualifying time toward Captain. All 3 offered CJO's. Very warm and organized experience. The info posted here, and the process is spot on. Briefing includes compensation, airframe overview, expected process after hiring, Q&A over working lunch, paperwork review, then take CJO to be fingerprinted for background investigation, and drug... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Oct 20, 2022 Pretty easy. technical portion and HR took about 30 min together. Most time is spent on paperwork. Some specific questions about RVR and V2 were asked so I would brush up on those. Jep charts were easy and overall a laid back experience. Right now class dates are booked until Spring so take that into consideration before applying. Study this gouge and Just don't ramble on with the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Oct 18, 2022 There were only 3 of us in the interview, the other two were coming from other carriers as direct entry captains. We all got the same brief about the company, pay, etc, then we did paperwork and logbook review. We each worked with a different recruiter. After logbook review, one Captain was offered a CJO on the spot and the other was sent home due to reasons unknown to me. I was the only one who had to do an interview. Overall, everything was laid back. The HR portion was fairly simple, but... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Oct 10, 2022 Great experience overall, had no trouble with the interview after studying the questions on here. Comfortable experience and great people. Was not nervous going in, study up on Jepp charts, review IFR regs for alternates, RSVM airspace, airspeeds (v1, v2), mental descent planning calculations, and everything else on here and you'll be... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 10, 2022 Arrived at 7am for the 730am call time. We were taken upstairs to get to know the company before breaking off for interviews. I was fortunate enough to be interviewed as a Cadet Instructor. We were taken to a nice holding area with super comfortable couches where I got to meet and get to know 2 other cadets. We all passed our technical portions. I was asked questions about DFW for the Airport Diagram, SID, STAR, ILS 35R. The study guide went well with what they were looking for with RVR,... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 05, 2022 Very positive experience. Friendly and no pressure situation. Interview exactly as described by previous postings. Presentation, review of logbooks, Scenario questions followed by rapid fire technical questions. Be ready to brief an approach plate and read TAF and METAR to decide if an alternate is required. Study and understand the questions and don't rely on rote memorization as there might be slight changes to the way a question is... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 03, 2022 Everything you need is in here. It would be a good idea to review what you need to continue the approach and land. Also get comfortable with jepp... Continue reading this interview experience

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    Nov 08, 2022