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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. Apr 09, 2021 Nice folks. Study the online guide and know LIDO charts inside and out. The technical recruiter knew his stuff. Recite METARs and TAFs blind. Same as everyone else said, T/O, alternate minimums etc. Know, based on info provided weather it is required. Fuel minimums, Holding speeds, Did i mention knowing LIDO charts front and backwards? Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Apr 06, 2021 Very easy going interview. HR lady started it off with small talk, talked about the company, then went into the HR questions. All questions asked were on this website, I'll thumbs up the exact ones she asked. After about 30 minutes of HR, Pilot recruiter connected to the call and started the technical portion. Very easy technical, basic IFR questions, read a METAR and TAF, alternate minimums, can you continue on the ILS if weather drops, when do you need a takeoff alternate. Finished off... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Apr 06, 2021 All the previous gouge was spot on. The interview was mostly informal but still professional. Broken into three parts: HR, Legal, and finally, technical. HR portion started with the "tell me about yourself" followed by typical TMAAT questions (customer service, leadership, split-second decision). Legal was all yes/no questions. I didn't have anything, but I get the feeling as long as you're honest during this section, no issues. The technical portion covered minimums, dispatch... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Apr 05, 2021 Virtual interview with a captain. Very straight forward - asked a few HR questions about my flying background and experience and a few TMAAT questions that are listed here. Technical portion was simple. We reviewed a flight dispatch and an approach plate. Know basic IFR regs like weather mins and what do you need to descend below the MDA. We talked about airplane performance if we had to divert to an alternate and were too heavy. Was offered the job an hour after the interview ended with an... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Mar 29, 2021 Make sure you have Microsoft Teams. You'll get an invite email about 5-10 min before start time. Probably the friendliest interview I'd been in. They already knew plenty about me from my background info/application, so in lieu of the "tell me about yourself" intro it was more like meeting a couple folks at a gathering and chatting about a couple things my history, which was really nice. Then questions. (view the study guide of this website). HR questions come from the standard... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 27, 2021 Very easy going. Since it was on the weekend, there was no HR present and it was just of of the captains that interviewed me. It was over Microsoft Teams, and the first 20 minutes were HR questions, and after, he offered a “Preliminary conditional offer” after that portion. After I signed those, he started to ask questions about an approach plate, briefings, dispatch releases, and flight planning. As long as you know how to brief an approach plate, know your IFR minimums and... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Mar 26, 2021 The interview was straight forward! It was on Microsoft Teams with a captain. It began with HR questions, DEN 16L LIDO chart, and finished with the flight release. Review takeoff mins, departure mins, alternate requirements, and basic instrument refs! (vew the study guide of this website). Good luck... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Mar 25, 2021 Short, easy and to the point. The HR rep was unable to attend, so it was just a Captain and I. He asked the typical HR questions, (view the study guide of this website).   We then moved on to just a couple tell me about a time questions, so come prepared with some past experiences. Then he had me brief a Lido approach plate, as well as the weather on a dispatch release. I thoroughly briefed both.  Total time was only a half hour and it was a pleasant... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Mar 23, 2021 Interview was very straightforward, broken into three parts like stated in many of the other reports. If you follow the questions on the website you should do fine. The interview did include reading a Lido approach plate as well as a dispatch report. If you haven’t seen any of those it would be good to google them and review them so you are a little more comfortable when they ask you questions on... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Mar 13, 2021 The interview consisted of HR questions. Then moved on to the technical portion. They day before the sent me a dispatch release and a Lido chart for the ILS 16L at DEN. Gave questions on alternates and take off and destiantion. Brief the approach, read the Metar and TAF. Pretty Straight forward not much to try and trip you up. Then was given the... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Muneeb M
    (Hired at GoJet Airlines)

    Wonderful experience. Prep for upcoming interview. Ability to reach out to other pilots for help. It's worth the value!

    Apr 08, 2021