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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. Mar 24, 2023 Just like all the other posts it was super friendly and relaxed.Read through the study guide.Be ready to answer a few TMAAT questions.Read an approach plate (Lido) and metar.123 rule,takeoff alternate... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 23, 2023 The questions for the HR and Technical portion were all on the study guide. Each interview lasted less than half an hour. I was asked to brief the ILS 16L into KDEN. I was also asked to read a METAR including the remarks section. Following I was asked on alternate mins, take off alternate minimums and a question about an MEL. The interview process was relaxed and everyone was very... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Mar 23, 2023 Okay interview experience, the company seems a little disorganized or just understaffed in the HR department. Both interviewers were pleasant on the zoom call and asked me two TMAAT questions about leadership and integrity, tech side had me brief a lido ils into den, asked departure alternate, take off alternate, and lav out question on the... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Mar 14, 2023 Straight forward, 30 minute HR interview including: check your qualifications, any accidents/incidents, tell me about a time you displayed leadership, tell me how you display customer service, then sign the preliminary conditional job offer. About 3 days later I had a technical interview that lasted about 15 minutes. In the technical I was asked to brief the ILS16L at DEN, the missed approach procedure, decode a metar, what is a take off alternate? And do we need one if it’s VFR? Last... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Mar 13, 2023 Two 15 minute interviews for the first officer position. Everything that was asked was on the study guide! 3 TMAAT questions, Brief Lido IAC, Read METAR, Destination Alternate 123, when will we need Takeoff alternate, inop lavatory but is in the MEL... What will you... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 07, 2023 Interview was very relaxed and straight forward. I have 2 15 minute interviews on two days. The guide had all questions asked of me and there were no tricky questions. Review the LIDO plates.  They are not hard, just laid out different. I mainly practiced my briefing so it sounded fluid and natural. My interviewer did say he was not looking for perfection and to not let the LIDO plate throw me off. All in all this was a great experience. Prep accordingly and be... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Feb 14, 2023 I would say 90 percent of the questions came out on the interview. But its all pretty straight forward no tricky questions. Get familiar with the LIDO plate really good. It really... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Feb 03, 2023 Total interview was split into two sessions. The first was the HR portion where they asked a variety of TMAAT questions including: when have I displayed leadership, when have I had to make a fast decision in an airplane, how have I resolved conflict with a coworker. A few days later I sat with a current GJ captain who asked me to read a METAR/TAF, difference between a MEL and a CDL, when we would need to file an alternate, when we would need a takeoff alternate, and how I would handle a... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Jan 30, 2023 The interview was pretty straightforward like others have commented. Metar/TAF and brief a LIDO approach. Study all the charts. CDL and MEL, and a few other questions. Honestly, I studied so much he barely finished the question and I was already answering. The most important aspect of the interview with both HR and Technical was being personable, smile and have a good time, and be genuinely humble. Take responsibility for your checkride failures and show how you improved. Everyone loves a... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Jan 24, 2023 The interview was very straightforward. It was broken up into two days. The first day was basic TMAAT questions and other HR-related things. The second interview was a few days later and was a technical interview. The guide here was pretty accurate to most questions asked. Below is a summary of the Technical Interview You will be provided an OFP Dispatch and within that dispatch is the MEL/CDL list. You'll be asked what those stand for and to provide an example of each. Then you'll be... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Micaela T
    (Hired at GoJet Airlines)

    I was able to prepare well for the interview.

    Feb 13, 2023