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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 07, 2021 Interview was very straight forward and pretty painless. Study this guide and you’ll be fine, the people at Envoy are awesome and made you feel... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jun 02, 2021 So I was one of the ones who was called back. I interviewed February of last year and just now got the call to come back. As far as an interview goes it was a shortened interview because I did it last year. It was like 20 questions from the gouge of this website and like 5 HR questions. Study the gouge and you will do fine. There were 8 of us at my interview and all 8 got hired. They haven't given out class dates yet but told me it would be after all of the furloughs were brought back and... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jun 01, 2021 My interview group was eight other candidates. Shuttle picked us up at the La Quinta at 07:00ish, shuttled us to the interview. You'll bring all your belongings in there with you, suitcases, flight bags, etc....When we arrived, we went upstairs and were put in a conference room where we went through all our documents to make sure they were correct and then they retrieved them all and took them away to be reviewed. While they were being reviewed, they gave us a brief of the company and had us... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jun 01, 2021 Everything in this Gouge covered more than what was actually discussed in the interview. Interview itself was no more than 20 mins with a pilot recruiter and HR rep, though some of the other applicants took much longer than that. The personnel themselves were very friendly and very close to my age group (I'm 24), which helped put everyone at ease; there were 8 of us on that day. I sped-run through the whole thing because I was very prepared and only had one unsure answer throughout which... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. May 25, 2021 The interview process went well. There was a shuttle at 7:00 am that took us to the headquarters where we later went through a company briefing and a packet with all of the documents that were sent in by request. Afterwards, they started calling the applicants one by one to complete the HR and tech interview. The interview was about 30-45 minutes, the gouge on this site as well as the jeppesen legend will help in preparation for this interview. After lunch, we were called one at a time to... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. May 25, 2021 The gouge was pretty spot on. Almost all the questions I was asked were included in the study guide. If you study and know just that you will be fine. Everyone is really nice and it’s a chill environment. It seems that if you are there then they already want to hire you. There was 9 of us and 8 got hired. All cadets with mostly low... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. May 17, 2021 Mostly it was just JEPP charts. Make sure you are well versed in everything related to them as well as minimum requirements for particular approaches. The other questions asked were mostly HR related questions. Review the DFW Airport plates in particular. They are the most important. Use your best judgment when answering the HR questions. Mostly they wanted to know how you would respond to particular situations that you would see on the line. They have a pilot and an HR rep that go back and... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. May 10, 2021 All the experiences and questions from this gouge were spot on. Out of the 9 interviewed my day all 9 got in. They want you to succeed. Just relax, study, and you'll do fine. The interviewers were very relaxed and casual. The biggest thing you'll need to focus on is studying the Jeppesen charts. They went through an approach plate, departure, star, low ifr, and airport... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. May 03, 2021 Very relaxed atmosphere came into DFW and went to the hotel the night before. Make sure to wake up early and be ready with all paperwork completed. Was brought into the interview room one by one. It was both a technical and HR at the same time.  (view the study guide of this website).  All applicants in my group were hired. Make sure you take your time to Breif the plates and have a good knowledge of all part 91.175... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. 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

  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