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Envoy Cadet Technical Interview - Basically all instrument stuff, almost all jep charts we covered departures... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Apr 26, 2022 They were welcoming and very friendly when you first get there. After getting some small paperwork items taken care of, you are taken to a conference room where you'll be for most of the day. They collect all of the paperwork you submitted and then go through brief presentation about the company and what your career will look like as an Envoy cadet/employee. About 30 minutes after the presentation they started pulling everyone out one at a time to interview. The interview portion lasts... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Apr 25, 2022 The interview process was very relaxed. You'll come to the main office and go through your paper work and application with the other applicants then they will provide a presentation about the company and training timeline. Then you'll go back one by one with a pilot and HR personnel. The HR and Technical portion are straight from the gouge! Be very comfortable with Jepp charts as well as instrument procedures. The key honestly is to connect with the interviewers, they want to know that if... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Feb 10, 2022 Envoy Cadet Technical Interview - Basically all instrument stuff, almost all jep charts we covered departures arrivals approaches and en routes, airport diagrams, and then she asked me knowledge stuff like what altitudes is RVSM at, how would you enter this hold, 3-1 rule on descent, what is a critical engine, accelerate stop distance, V1 and V2... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Feb 02, 2022 Interviewed for the cadet position but after talking to others that interviewed for FO, the interviews were identical. HR and technical questions. Right off the bat wanted to know something about me that wasn't on my resume. HR questions. (view the study guide of this website).   Technical asked about Jepp plates (DFW taxi, low enroute, VKTRY2 arrival into DFW, and an ILS approach), what are the stages of a thunderstorm, speed restrictions in airspaces/altitudes, when to begin... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Sep 28, 2021 The entire process for me was very stressful. I was applying to become a senior cadet in their cadet program and so they were more lenient with me. Also, I attend LeTourneau University, so since we are partnered with them they gave me some jepp charts that I have actually flown for training. During the paper work process I contacted them about not having a first class medical, passport, or radio license, but they told me that as long as I had proof that I was working on getting them I would... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. 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

  7. Sep 07, 2021 Their were 10 of us today and I beleive all 10 were hired. I applied for the senior cadet program since I didn't meet the qualifications for the actual FO position but its the same interview. I was asked to brief a STAR, DP and go over the airport diagham of DFW. Then he went into a bunch of 121 qualifications and regs " when do we need a takeoff alternate, hours of a 121 pilot and when do you need a second alternate etc..." Overall both the captain and the HR representative wanted... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Aug 02, 2021 I interviewed for the cadet position. Flown in the day before. Stayed in a hotel about 10 minutes from Envoy headquarters. Took a shuttle to the interview around 6-6:30. We got to pick out our lunch and plenty of coffee and water was available for us. Nothing surprising on the interview if you study the gouge. I was asked to go over JEPP approach, JEPP arrival, and I believe a JEPP enroute chart along with mainly instrument questions. The staff was friendly and... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Jul 21, 2021 I am a part 141 senior Cadet. I was given a condition job offer and as soon as I get my hours at my part 141 university they will give me a class date. Interview was pretty straight forward. The questions I studied on this website were spot on. Study Jepp charts. We focused on Philadelphia and airspace’s surrounding it. We did the HR and technical interviews at the same time. They flew me in the day before. I took the shuttle to the hotel and got some sleep. Woke up at 5am, went to... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Jul 13, 2021 Interviewed for Cadet instructor position. It was very straight forward and stuck to questions I saw on the gouge. Very basic instrument questions using jepp... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Benjamin S

    Almost every question in the interview was on the study guide

    May 02, 2022