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The interview was the most pleasant interview I have ever had. Met with the interviewer (active GoJet Captain) at a Marriott near my house. He was there for a career fair and stayed for my interview so I didn't have to fly up to St Louis. Interview was very similar to the others on this website and the study questions were all you really need to prepare with. A couple of notes to mention 1. GoJet uses Lido charts instead of Jeppesson or FAA charts. We used the Lido chart for the technical... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jun 22, 2022 Very friendly and comfortable interview experience. Started with tell me about yourself and went right into three tell me about a time when. First was good customer service then difficult co pilot then time when you made a split-second decision. Then went into the legal yes or no questions. The technical was very straightforward. They walk you through a dispatch release and ask questions about weather and alternates. Then it was theoretical questions about max weight and fuel loads and jet... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jun 10, 2022 Applied online and heard back a couple days later to set up a quick phone interview. Then I was offered to have a virtual interview a few weeks later. It was 1:1 with a Captain. He gave a short presentation about the company and after asked me about myself and why Gojets. He asked 3 TMAAT questions, went through a dispatch sheet, some yes or no legal questions, lastly went through a LIDO approach plate. At the end I was offered a CJO for whenever I get my hours. Lasted 45 mins. Dress... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 26, 2022 Straightforward interview via Microsoft Teams. HR began first with a few questions. (view the study guide of this website).  A captain took over the technical portion and shared his screen which showed a dispatch from GoJet. He explained a few things but most notably was the departure time and the designated alternate. He asked about requirements for an alternate and then scrolled down to the METAR/TAF for ORD (destination) and asked which line forced the alternate. He also asked which... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. May 26, 2022 This site has everything you need to succeed. Know it and you’ll be hired. I wasn’t asked any technical questions. Maybe because I applied for DEC? Either way, I’d know the info on this site if I were you because we should know this info anyway. It’s a good... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. May 23, 2022 Got an email from GoJet Airlines, scheduling my interview just couple hours after applying online. Interview was scheduled for the next week via Microsoft teams. I was interviewed by a very friendly and professional captain/recruiter. The interview sequence was as follows:  Logbook, Licenses, violations, check ride failures, etc...   TMAAT/CRM questions as well as why GoJet   Lido Chart briefing and situation-based questions from the same chart.  Every question I was... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. May 18, 2022 Every question I was asked was on this site. It was over Microsoft Teams. There was one HR lady who asked the HR questions and a CA who asked the technical questions. The interview lasted 30 minutes. Very easy if you study everything on... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. May 06, 2022 The interview was conducted over Microsoft Teams. It was very short (about 20 min). All went well and seemed pretty much identical to everyone’s experience on this site… started with a few HR questions and ended with a few technical questions on the Denver LIDO approach plate (I was given the option to use either the ORD or Denver... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Apr 26, 2022 Interview was very straight forward conducted via Microsoft Teams from the comfort of my home. I was interviewed by a current GoJet Captain exclusively. First half was HR oriented where we spoke about my past experiences flying, followed up with TMAAT questions, lastly I was asked what the company could do to better in terms of attracting new hires. The second portion was “The Technical” phase of the interview. I was asked to Brief a LIDO approach plate into Denver and following... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Apr 13, 2022 Interview started with HR questions, TMAAT, and then a short technical portion. They showed me the ILS 27L into ORD. Questions about the dispatch sheet. Very simple and straight... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Apr 11, 2022 The interview was conducted via Microsoft teams, one on one with a captain who was very friendly and easy going. We started with the standard TMAAT questions listed here in the gouge, followed by the standard legal questions and then finally the technical questions. He had sent me a sample release and approach plate for 16L at Denver for familiarization one week prior the interview. As long as you study LIDO plates and have a basic understanding of how to read them you should be fine. I... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Shaune J
    (Hired at GoJet Airlines)

    Very helpful

    Sep 02, 2021