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Read Page 1 ... regulations, the systems and performance and limitations of the aircraft you fly now, and Jeppesen charts and plates. Be completely prepared and be able to answer immediately, you will not have time to not be confident in your answers not should you be at this level in your career. Know how to identify fly-by vs fly-over points. If you are just familiar with Jepp, you will not make it. Have a working knowledge of Jepp... talk to CFII’s, airline pilots,  or whatever you have to do to get to that level. After the interview you are returned to the conference room and lunch is delivered. After lunch the remaining applicants will be interviewed. Then you sit and wait and talk to your fellow applicants while waiting for the decisions to be made. Once again you are pulled out of the conference room, one by one, and told to bring... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

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    May 15, 2024 My experience with Envoy was unforgettable and superb. Envoy is a professional, organized, and efficient operation with a genuine friendly culture. Even though I was an interviewee I felt like they really wanted me there. I want to emphasize that if they bring you in for an interview they truly do want to hire you as long as you don’t pork away the interview. Study the general knowledge guide here and you’ll be well prepared. There were no significant differences between my... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Interview sample 2

    May 10, 2024 Very professional and direct. Ensure that all your paperwork is complete and ready to hand in. One of the applicants in my group had a lot of paperwork issues and it was pretty awkward. The more organized people moved through pretty quickly. I had a folder with all the paperwork separated into specific sections within the folder and it seemed very... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Interview sample 3

    May 08, 2024 Arrived about 7:10am, met with with the other applicants. First thing they called for was to sign the notary, and handed over our logbooks and required documents. Ordered breakfast, which was handed to us upstairs in the conference room. In the conference room we were given a little presentation about the company/benefits. After the presentation, we were taken out for the interview one by one. I was the last to go. The interview was pretty straight forward and wasn’t asked anything... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Interview sample 4

    Apr 30, 2024 My interview was conducted on the last day of last month, along with 5 Direct Entry Captains, 3 FO, 2 Cadet Instructor candidates. The conduct of the interview mirrored previous reports that I reviewed on AviationInterviews. The interview was conducted by an HR and FO representative and basically did a back/forth between HR/Technical questions and even gave me the option for which category I wanted to start with. Do yourself a favor and review ALL the gouge. Every single one of my questions... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Interview sample 5

    Apr 25, 2024 Day started at the hotel lobby waiting for the shuttle to take us to HQ which left right at 6:20. There were 8 of us in the interview group, one DEC, one high time FO, one low time 121 FO, and five CFI's. You will get to know your interview group very well and end up staying in touch with them! We were sat down in a classroom where we handed over logbooks and documents and filled out a NDR form to get notarized. Placed a breakfast order as well (yes, the breakfast burrito lives up to its... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Interview sample 6

    Apr 24, 2024 All questions that were asked were basically on the gouge only difference is was asked about the critical engine on a multi so just give them the acronym past. Went over a star from Denver make sure you zoom out to see the full picture especially when it comes to speed restrictions sometimes it is set on the right side. They were super nice and want you to succeed. Get The breakfast... Continue reading this interview experience

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    Apr 24, 2024 Everything was so smooth. All the staff are nice and helpful. Experience not different than other people. All the interviewer kept telling us to take our time, zoom in and zoom out to look for answers on the chart. My interviewer asked a lot of questions but all the fact questions are on the gouge. Lots of chart questions that are not on the gouge you can find the answer somewhere on the chart, just be patient and find it. Make sure memorized all the speed limits and chart... Continue reading this interview experience

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    Apr 23, 2024 Woke up, caught the shuttle to HQ. Was there by 7am. Ordered breakfast. HR looked over logbooks while we were given a presentation. The interviews began. They pulled us out of a conference room one by one. After all 10 people finished interviewing, we waited about an hour. Then they called each one of us out and were asked to bring our belongings one by one. I was the last in the room. I was told I got the job. Met the other successful candidates downstairs for finger printing and drug test.... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Interview sample 9

    Apr 22, 2024 Interview process was similar to what has been told here. To reiterate, know the Jepp Chart symbology and review the packet they sent prior to the interview. Get practice with looking over Jepp STARs/SIDs/Approach Plates/etc. and you should be squared away. It’s no trick questions and one thing I wish I knew more of was Arrivals since I have had no real life experience with those. They know that you a qualified to be there, they trust that you know your stuff, and you’ll have the... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Interview sample 10

    Apr 22, 2024 Timeline of events was on point with other accounts. In the interview, the HR rep and Captain went back and forth between their questions; 1 HR question, then 5-10 technical questions. I was asked basic info in the beginning,(view the study guide of this website).  Scenario based questions were with respect to a flight from KMIA-KCLT. Airport symbology questions, as well as length of runways. SID questions on altitudes and procedures, enroute questions on symbology and altitudes, STAR... Continue reading this interview experience

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    (Hired at Envoy Air)

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    May 14, 2024