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Read Page 1 ... arrivals approaches and en routes, airport diagrams, and then she asked me knowledge stuff like what altitudes is RVSM... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jun 27, 2022 Was flown in the day before the interview, the day of the shuttle left at 6:20 and we sat around until 7:30 when they had us review some paperwork. After a little bit we were brought into a conference room where they went over some information about the company. Then they started pulling people out for interviews. The interview itself is done with a pilot and an HR rep, they switched off between an HR question and a few technical questions (the gouge is pretty good, and it is nothing super... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jun 20, 2022 It went very smooth it was just a long wait time while others interviewed. Was asked only around 5 HR questions that were basic with a few regulations and mostly Jeppesen questions. (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 31, 2022 Interview was exactly as described on the gouge. Started by meeting van at 6:20. Arrived at Envoy HQ where we reviewed and corrected paperwork and had a presentation on the company. After some waiting they began calling us individually to interview. One pilot and one HR rep interviewed me. They went back and forth and asked me the standard HR questions all listed on the gouge and tech questions. Asked me about airport diagram, approach plate, star and sid. All answers about the plates... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. May 31, 2022 I interviewed for the Cadet program and was given a conditional job offer upon getting a job as a CFI at a partner school. The interview was pretty straight forward. As long as you study Jeppesen charts and know basic IFR regulations you will be... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. May 26, 2022 We were flown into Dallas the evening before and brought to a hotel. The shuttle left for the airport at 6:30 the next morning. We arrived at 6:45, we waited until 7:30 until someone greeted us. They verified passports. Once that finished they brought us up into a room where we did more paper work. Once that was finished one of the recruiters went over pay, retirement, bases, and fleet they fly. Once that was done we waited awhile until they brought us down into another room where we... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. May 18, 2022 I completed the HR interview for the cadet program. It was online on teams that I scheduled myself. I communicated with them entirely through email until that point. We started the interview about 5 mins early and it was only with one woman. She asked about ten questions. The first few were personal questions about me and the last few were about aviation.  It took maybe 25 mins to complete but about 10 mins of that was them answering my questions.  (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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

  11. Feedback from: Patrick F
    (Hired at Envoy Air Cadet Program)

    All questions asked in my interview were on the study guide. Aviation interviews took the guess work out of the preparation process as I knew exactly what to study!

    Jun 02, 2022