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In-person interview was exactly as described by many previous posts on this site. Flew me into DFW the night before. Interview was at 10am the next day at CAE and lasted until about 2pm. Company presentation was about an hour. They expect you to introduce yourself to the group and tell a little about yourself, including your flying background. If I had it to do again I would prepare for that with a short maybe <5 min overview. Have "Something interesting about yourself" ready to go. Know that you are being interviewed the entire time you are in the building. Drug test on site, then sim ride. I was the last person to do the panel interview and it was short, maybe 20 mins. There were no technical questions, mostly HR-type... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jun 27, 2022 Interview went exactly as described on here. Flexjet was very welcoming and after going through their presentation and panel interview it’s clear they look like a phenomenal company to be a prt of. Sim, though straightforward, was very challenging. They had is fly the 601 that day and unfortunately it got the best of me and wasn’t given an opportunity to move forward based on my performance. Good luck with your interview, they’re an incredible... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jun 27, 2022 Potential new hires, be aware of the sim! They use an old CL-601 to evaluate your skills and determine if you’re a good pilot. So if you’re not used to the sim you’re going to fail, it’s a very sensitive sim. I met multiple people there during lunch break and they told me they totally busted the sim (a girl told me she had GPWS alarm) they still got hired, but it didn’t work for the majority of us who were there that day. Guess they need to get rid of that... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jun 21, 2022 Interview was at CAE Dallas, 8 candidates. From 8.30 to 9.30 AM we had the drug test. At 9,30 we had about 1 hour presentation with chief, and hr. Initially we had to introduce ourselves to the group. At the end they answered all our question. Short break, than they called 2 pilots at the time for the SIM. After the SIM I had a one to one interview, no tech question. Once you are done with SIM and interview you are free to... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jun 17, 2022 The interview was as described, I came from out of town and was shuttled from my hotel to the CAE building. My pool of candidates was about 15-20 people and we spent some time chatting while drug tests were completed. There were lot of guys with different experience levels and backgrounds. After drug tests we proceeded to be broken up for sims and panels. Panel had a couple TMAAT questions. I spent a lot of time talking about myself and was transparent about my answers. I did have a few... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jun 15, 2022 The gouge is spot on, very laid back conversational interview. Sim was the hardest part as the avionics are old and antiquated and you'll sit in the left seat. I'm an FO and beforehand was a CFI, so I haven't flown from the left in 4 ish years so that was a little weird. Not too bad though. All in all a pleasant experience and am excited to work for... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Jun 15, 2022 Very easy interview. They are hiring personality. Watched a company presentation with a total of about 12 interviewees present. Seems like a truly great company. We were drug tested then taken one by one for a panel interview. The panel consisted of a pilot and an HR employee. Mostly HR and personality based questions, nothing technical. Sim was next day. (view the Sim/Scenario section in the study guide of this website).  Flew home that night and got a call with a job offer as we... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Jun 08, 2022 As described here, the interview is very laid back. It really is a chance to get to know you/get to know them, as well as get a feel for how you would interact with their customers. The whole day is a four part session. First, the drug screening (standard DOT.) This is then followed by a very thorough introduction to the company, its philosophy, and the expected career progress. This is the first opportunity to ask questions regarding the company, and they are taking their time to answer... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Jun 07, 2022 Exact same experience as described by others. Interview day begins with a drug test followed by a 45 min company introduction. After the intro you are split into two groups. Sim ride was first for me followed by the panel interview. No changes to the sim profile as previously described. Basic flying skills are being looked at. Bottom line is to fly as best as you can and scan, scan, scan. My handy work wasn’t beautiful by any means but it got me to the CJO. After that was the panel... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Jun 01, 2022 The interview went just as explained before. On the morning of the interview, I would recommend taking the 6 am van for several reasons. (Just be aware that any overnight airline crews usually also take the 6 am so get downstairs a little earlier to claim your seat. First Come First Serve) One of the reasons is that so you will not get to CAE too early. But you will also have enough time to chat with the others in your group to get to know them. Have fun getting to know the others because... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. May 31, 2022 Everything was just as others have said. The hardest part of this interview is studying as hard as you can for the specimen sample. (Drinking tons of water). The interview was a very laid back conversation where they just want to get to know you. Only two TMAAT questions in the whole interview. Tell me about when you've gone above and beyond in customer service and TMAAT you've had someone sitting next to you that you didn't get along with and what did you do. They really just want to... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Austin R
    (Hired at Flexjet)

    Perfect

    May 27, 2022