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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. Sep 27, 2021 Hr questions are basic, describe yourself, why Envoy…technical part: takeoff minimuns rvr scenario, mea, moca, brief an approach, msa 1000ft, take off alternate, dfw airspace airspeeds, c and d airspace airpeeds, hold airspeeds, type of entrance, study the gouge and you’ll be... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Sep 21, 2021 Interview was straight forward and went exactly how the gouge specified. Jepp charts are bread of the... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Sep 20, 2021 Left la Quinta inn at 7. Went through a presentation after every guy got there and reviewed our documents. Had a group of 11 guys. Interviews started at around 8:40 if I remember correctly. Each interview was around 20-30 min long. Got us lunch at 11, finger printed, drug tested and headed back to the airport by 3. (mostly just sitting around while waiting for others to finish) questions were 20% HR, 10% far’s (91.117, 91.175,etc..) and 70% jeppesen. (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Sep 20, 2021 Study the gouge and you will be fine! I think almost all of us were hired. Found out the same day. Plan on being there until 3-4PM. Very relaxed... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Sep 15, 2021 The interview went exactly as described by others on the website. Arrived at HQ around 7:15 and began document review with two of the recruiters in a conference room. Doc review took about an hour, so do yourself a favor and have all of your paperwork neat and tidy and logbooks ready to go. A few of the recruiters took everyone's documents while we were given a presentation on the company. Then they started pulling applicants out about 2-3 at a time for their 1-on-1 interviews. Interview was... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Sep 14, 2021 Study the gouge and youll do great. Very positive atmosphere, everyone there wants you to... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Sep 14, 2021 I was asked HR questions directly from this site. The Jepp questions were more scenario based than actually giving a brief. If you study the Jepp guide they give you you will be solid. The regs questions were straight from this site as well. No gotcha type... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Sep 14, 2021 Everything in the gouge! Friendly team that wants every candidate to pass. 70% Jepp including Airport Diagram, SID, Low-Enroute, STAR, and Approach Charts. Rest 30% regulations like Validation of First Class Medical and Temporary Certificate, 91.175, 1-2-3 rule, Take-off Alternate, Second Alternate. All you can find in the... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Sep 14, 2021 I interviewed for the Cadet Instructor position. Like everyone else says, the gauge is spot on. The HR rep and Pilot rep took turns asking questions - every question was one I had prepared for. The Jepp charts really are the focus of the technical portion. A black dot with a number in it is ALWAYS a note of some kind, but on some charts the notes are located wherever they interfere least with the procedure depiction. Look around! I almost missed a box of notes, and the interviewer graciously... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Sep 14, 2021 Interview was exactly like gouge. Showed up night before and the hotel staff were very accommodating. The morning of, you will report for a 7:00 a.m. shuttle.. Once you arrive in the training center, you will be shuffled into a board room, present your documents and wait. The interview itself is a rapid fire between HR and technical questions. For the HR portion, try to relate your experiences to events you've had while flying and somewhat recent. They're looking for leadership and problem... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Ben S
    (Hired at Envoy Air)

    Great study material, really helped me out. The gouge helps 100%, thank you!

    Sep 01, 2021