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Read Page 1 ... are not familiar with JEPP study one because that’s all they use. The will do a flight basically call it what it is a Checkride with the owner , and let me specify this guy is intimidating . The first thing he told me before we got into the 207 was 90% of people start off bad , gets worse he... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Mar 29, 2023 Started with a HR phone interview (study HR questions on the website) then got an email the next day to schedule the zoom interview with chief, assistant chief, and same HR rep. Know aircraft system, multi engine theory, and brief IFR plates ie 4R at JFK and know non standard hold entry’s. Heard back a week... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 10, 2023 I had two interviews. Both virtual. The first, an HR interview. TMAAT, tell me about yourself, your goals in aviation type of questions. The second, a technical interview with HR and a pilot. Focused on instrument flying, briefing approaches and arrivals, and basic airplane technical questions. Very nice people. Heard back the same... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 10, 2022 2 Interviews 1st with HR 2nd technical with Chief pilot. 1st interview generic getting to know you reviewing experience listed on resume.  HR type questions and then Technical interview, (view the study guide of this website).   Brief a JEP arrival Brief a JEP approach plate Airport Diagram Max speed in hold RVSM Requirements.  ... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Oct 13, 2022 The interview was very chill and straight forward. Tasha is the HR rep. She is very friendly and knowledgeable about 135 operations and aviation in general although she is not a pilot. I felt over dressed with a full suit because their feel is so laid back. They asked me about the current plane I was flying (Vspeeds, power plant, basic stuff you should know about your plane). He did not test me about the beech 99 or Brasilia (which I was applying to fly). He let me pick the approach plates I... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jun 21, 2022 We did two interviews. The first interview was with Hr and was pretty basic interviewing.  (view the study guide of this website).  The second interview was I’m with the same HR representative and a line pilot. He asked me a few “softball” questions. Then we went into more technical questions. Most of his part invoked reading 3 Jeppsson charts. One airport diagram and two approach plates. The hardest approach plate was the VOR or GPS runways 13L/R into JFK. We... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Jun 20, 2022 The interview asked questions about CG, my life style, goals in aviation, and they went into approach plates. What would you do in the event of conflicting talk with a captain/copilot on an unsafe approach or weather. Most the questions regarding the CG was how would you adjust the CG to complete the flight. What are the down sides of aft or forward CG. The work schedule and how the shifts work. Willingness to relocate or work longer... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. First interview was over the phone with hr Questions about aviation experience. Why you choose the company. How your hear from them. Strengths and weakness. Good and bad experience as a cfi Second interview is Technical. Which I didn’t have it. But here’s what I heard they asked for the other fos Ifr procedures 1/2/3 rule Alternate requirements. 91.175 91.155 Aircraft speeds. Jepp charts SID/... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. The interview was very laid back. It was a two part interview. The first was a phone interview that took 30-45 minutes. It was all HR questions, nothing too difficult. A week after the first interview I got an email asking me to do a zoom interview with the training instructor. He was a nice guy who asked a few more HR questions, about my current and past flying experience, and then some mild technical questions. Also asked about willingness to relocate to Milwaukee and if I would be... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Had a phone interview with HR. Standard questions, tell me about yourself/about a time, flight experience. Had the in person interview two weeks later. Started with a tour of the facility. Sat down with HR, training manager and lead captain. Very laid back and very friendly. Follow the study guide and you’ll do great. Just be solid on briefing a jepp chart and be prepared to talk about systems of the mulit engine or most complex aircraft that you’ve... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Did a zoom HR interview, really nice people asked mostly HR questions. Then about aircraft Ive flown, should be able to briefly talk about some of the planes you’ve flown (especially multi). Invited to come in person week later, briefed an approach, minor technical questions. Offered job next day. Everyone was extremely nice and friendly facility was nice as... Continue reading this interview experience

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