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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. Nov 17, 2020 Good interview experience. Initial phone screening where they just want to hear about your professional history and why you're interested in FlexJet. Actual interview experience was the same but more detailed - 45 minute or so presentation about the company, followed by the HR panel interview. No technical questions. Standard questions.(view the study guide of this website).  They asked some awkward negative questions.  Simulator portion was exactly as described. Best I can... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 10, 2020 The interview process was exactly as stated by others on this site. It was a very laid back and personable interview process. One of the most enjoyable interviews I've had. Just study the interview questions and you will be well prepared. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Oct 27, 2020 Everything was pretty well set up on here, and the layout of the day was exactly as mentioned. The sim has been the challenger 601 lately, and it was again for our interview class. There isn’t too much to say about it, but there were a couple of us that haven’t flown anything without auto throttles and side sticks for a few years and we were able to get through it. Won’t be perfect, mistakes can be fixed, just communicate and try to be smooth. The seat support is a... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Oct 13, 2020 What a great interview experience. The other experiences posted here were spot on. They really made me feel welcome and at home, as well as making sure the company was a good fit for me, just as much as I’m a good fit for them. All their class dates for 2020 are full now, I was told I’m in the hiring pool for a February 2021 class, but something could come up sooner. Can’t wait to get... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Oct 07, 2020 Had a fantastic experience interviewing at Flexjet. The information on this website is incredibly valuable! Also, I prepped with another place,  Karen is an excellent resource, and she focuses specifically on 91/135 ops.  They send a list of things to bring with you in an email, make sure you have them.  Have an internal reference! (this is probably the most important) Even if you don't know anyone at Flexjet, find someone, tell them how bad you want the job, and then... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Sep 29, 2020 This site has been super resourceful and reflects 100% of what you will incur. I'll echo what most others have shared. Fortunately for me, I was able to meet 2 other applicants on the hotel shuttle from the airport to the hotel the evening before and we were able to gather each others minds about what to expect. They had gouges that paralleled this site from their closed Navy group, which was very refreshing. One of the applicants was able to put one of his friends on the phone to provide... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Sep 22, 2020 All in all the interview gouges on here are spot on. Don't be afraid to call an uber from the hotel to get to CAE dallas on time. The shuttle seems like it can be hit or miss. The hotel shuttle on our day picked us up on time, you'll see the other interviewees in the lobby don't be shy. First hour is a presentation where you will learn all about the company. After that you will take your drug test, then they will split you off to either the panel interview or the sim interview. (view the... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Sep 16, 2020 Awesome experience. Super friendly group. Straight forward. They want to get to know you, that’s why you’re there. All about customer service! Thought maybe about staying at a 121 carrier, but these guys make me really question that move. Definitely a place I could see spending a long career at. Read the gouges and the sim gouge and you’ll be... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Sep 16, 2020 Exactly as previously detailed. From discussion with one other interviewee the phone screen questions seem to vary in depth and specifics dependant upon your background and flying experience. Expect and prepare for..Why Flexjet? Walk us through your resume? Social and emotional test was made available electronically soon after the phone screen, when you are invited to interview. Simulator is whatever is available that day. We had a rarely utilised Challenger 601, which is essentially a six... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Sep 16, 2020 Started with a phone interview, was asked to introduce myself, some typical HR type questions (any accidents, DUIs, verify some info, ect), and received an offer to interview in person in Dallas about two weeks from the date of the phone interview. Plane ticket, hotel and transportation were all paid for by Flexjet. Stayed at the Double Tree near DFW. Met some other interviewees in the lobby the morning of the interview, and we all took the hotel shuttle to Bombardier. Left the hotel at... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: John S
    (Hired at Flexjet)

    Very informative with my experiences to truly understand the interview I was going to be a part of

    Nov 02, 2020