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Read Page 1 ... questions. See the study guide on this site. My panel interview was with the Director of HR and CP. Dir of HR seemed nervous, which I thought was odd for someone in that position who interviews people every day. CP seemed frustrated and the whole thing felt rushed. CP spent a good deal of time both at the company presentation with the interview group and during panel interview trying to tell us all the reasons that we should not take the job. He had a list of issues that former FlexJet pilots had raised during exit interviews and went through the list to make sure we did not have a problem with any of those things. That seemed strange to me as well. It set a negative tone. Despite all that, I still thought it went well.....but clearly not... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. May 30, 2023 Completely as advertised here. Started at 0630 with the recruiters meeting the interviewees in the hotel lobby. Very friendly and welcoming. Two black Suburbans picked us up (8 or 9 of us). I was the only old guy there. A couple others in their late 30’s-early 40’s. Virtually everyone was from Pt. 135. We walked in the south entrance at CAE DFW. The whole process was predicated on who had the earliest flight out. That was apparently me. Myself and another guy got grabbed and... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. May 23, 2023 The gouge on here is 100% acurate. Pee test, ~1hr very open into to the company. Answered all questions, no threat there. Broke out into groups, I did my interview first. Have all your docs and logbook organized and ready to be reviewed. Bring a hard copy for resume and logbook, makes it easier on them rather than trying to load stuff and staring at a computer screen while you are talking. Basic intro, TMAAT you gave excellent customer service, can you throw bags and put on covers, etc. They... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 23, 2023 Interview is exactly as the gouge described. Panel interview was very relaxed, no technical questions. They just want to get to know you and see if you’re a good fit. Simulator evaluation is straight forward, if you’re use to flying glass I would recommend you get some scan practice on a few steam... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. May 18, 2023 Sent resume to recruiter, got an email next day to set a date for an initial phone interview. After a quick phone interview- why Flexjet?, and a review of experience/qualifications I was sent a link to schedule a date for in-person interview. Set date and was soon after emailed with flight information and asked to confirm those flights worked. Flight down the night before and shuttle to provided hotel. Took the shuttle to CAE the next morning for interview. Seven people that day. After a... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. May 16, 2023 Overall great experience and as described here. Get there 8:30 do the drug test, and then taken back for a presentation on Flex and the day to day operations. Around 9:30 start splitting off into doing either the panel interview or simulator evaluation. In the panel interview just be yourself. That’s what they are looking for. All the questions are similar if not the same to what’s listed on this website. It’s more of a conversation and trying to feel out if you’re... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. May 12, 2023 Same as all previous profiles. Be honest. Heavy on client relations— it is not a 121 Legacy job. If you like people, you will probably be happier here. (view the Sim/Scenario section in the study guide of this website).  Sim was straight forward. Human resource called within an hour while I was at airport to offer CJO. Be yourself. They are wanting you to succeed, so it’s yours to lose. Good luck and see you out... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. May 09, 2023 The interview is low threat. You’ll be fine preparing here. The SIM is a straight evaluation of your stick... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. May 02, 2023 I submitted my application on airlineapps.com and took 2 day to hear from them. They confirmed phone screening on the 3rd day. Pretty laid back lady. They want to know if you’re the right fit for the company and a little about you. Took 15 mins. Then they said I’d gone to the next stage. Gave me a couple of personality questions to do online then resend them the documents. Same day they sent me a ticket for the face to face interview that was 4 days away. Everything went... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. May 01, 2023 The Flexjet interview is pretty spot on, showed up early met with the other candidates. All nice guys. They pair you up in teams of two. Two go to the sim first, the others go in for the interview. They pull you in one by one into a room to go over logbook and resume. It was with a pilot and someone from HR. Ask you questions about your background and why you want to be a part of Flex. The biggest thing is that you want to be there. The second portion is the sim evaluation in either the lear... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Apr 28, 2023 Very easy and laid back interview process. Everything tracks with other people’s experiences.  Panel was straightforward and customer service focused. They want to know why FlexJet and what your long term aspirations are. 20-30 minutes total. The sim was also straightforward and was exactly as they say it will be. I got the Lear 45 and it flew great but you need to make sure you are proficient with raw data hand flying. Chair fly the profile beforehand and learn everything you can... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Walter D
    (Hired at Flexjet)

    The information is very solid.

    May 29, 2023