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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. Apr 06, 2021 The Flexjet company presentation was very informative. Breakfast was provided, and it was fantastic. The Flexjet team wants to ensure you have all of the information necessary (the great, the good, the not as good, and any other info) as needed to make your own decision of whether or not you want to work for Flexjet. They aren't there to convince you to work for them, they're simply giving you facts so you can make an informed decision for yourself. Simply put - they want to hire pilots who... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 31, 2021 Like most other people have said everything was very relaxed and they are interviewing you as much as you are them. Panel was 2 on 1 asking about past flying experiences, customer service, etc. Answer what’s honestly happened to you not what you’d think they would want to hear, they’ll see right through it. Then Sim, (view the sim/scenario section of this website).  Called me the next morning and that was it! All in all best interview experience I’ve ever... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Mar 31, 2021 Excellent experience overall. Everyone was very welcoming and everyone really wanted to get to know me. No technical questions whatsoever (in the interview invite email they call one the portions “technical” but it’s just HR questions). The question bank is spot on but make sure you have your own thought out answers and be able to expand on them. Don’t just have memorized answers but be able to explain your thoughts. The sim ride was spot on as well. We were in a... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Mar 25, 2021 Great experience in the interview process. All the other reviews are spot on. Be yourself answer questions genuinely, don’t memorize peoples answers.  The questions are accurate but they want to hear how you’d answer it not how the internet answers. Over the crew at the interview does a great job to make you feel welcome and at ease, no pressure at all. Call an Uber to get to the interview or take the airport shuttle from the hotel that’s 2 hours before your interview.... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Mar 17, 2021 My story sounds just like the other 95% of the pilots here. I applied in the fall but they didn't start hiring until the spring. Had a phone Interview (about 45 min) talking about my history and why I wanted to work for Flexjet. Some Pandemic questions, do you have the vaccine? Would you have a problem taking it? At the end of the call I was invited down to Dallas for a panel interview and sim check. They sent an interview packet with all the airline information and hotel reservations I... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 10, 2021 Gouge is spot on both for the HR and Sim Portion. I'm local to DFW so I didn't need overnight accommodations the night before. Showed up at 0745 for an 0800 start. Process began with an introductory video followed by the DOT/FAA urinalysis. We then went around and did brief introductions before sitting through an hour briefing on the company, it's culture, benefits, work expectations, etc. We were then split into groups for the HR panel interview and Sim evaluation. I did my HR panel first -... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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

  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