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This was specifically for JSX. Other gouges were pretty spot on. They provided a hotel room, offered transportation but wasn't needed in my case. There were 5 interviewees including myself, started with a presentation and overview of the company, benefits, compensation, upgrade times, etc. Next was the technical interview, paired with another applicant to go over a taxi, SID, STAR, and approach for KSNA to KMMH using Jepp plates. I have no experience outside of studying... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Sep 09, 2021 Just like it was stated in the gouge. Study the gouge, jepp charts, and go to the mixer. Dress is professional, wear a tie. Show up early to interview and mingle. Don’t worry about hours. There were six people in my afternoon interview. 30 introduction to the company, 45 minute HR interview, 45 minute Chief Pilot interview, 45 minute Technical interview. They are looking to see if you will fit into JSX... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Sep 09, 2021 Applied and was invited to Dallas for in person interview. Had to pay my own flight, and my own hotel (in order to stay for the mixer). Not going to the mixer the evening of the interview could spell disaster. Group Q&A, then one on one HR interview (read study guide), then meet with Chief one on one, then 2 on 1 tech interview. Be familiar with Jepp charts, circiling mins/alternate circling mins, reading a METAR and TAF, 1-2-3 rule, 3-1 descent rule. Got an email a week later... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Aug 05, 2021 Interviewed in Dallas. Company paid for airfare and hotel. Did not pay for transportation for folks who arrived at DFW. Some took Uber or the train. Introduction starts at 8:30 am in a conference room with slideshow about company, bases, aircraft, and routes by HR director. Emphasized that they are now JSX and not Jetsuite. Health benefits start at 60 days and flight benefits at 6 months. Biggest cass agreements are with American and Fedex. Paired up with another candidate for the technical... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Aug 05, 2021 Pretty much follow the gouges that were listed before. Overall a great experience and really relaxing. The main thing show that you’re a people person, and a team player. Also make sure to attend the Mixer! That’s where you can find out more about the company in a more relaxed... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Aug 04, 2021 There was about 3 parts in the interview. Four if you count the introduction. The intro was simply what the company is about, pay, Medical, etc. The second part was the technical which you will usually do with another candidate. It was pretty simple. He gave a us a trip originating from KLAS and ending in KBUR. You'll be asked about things on the Taxi diagram as well as how to fly a SID and STAR into Burbank Airport. Pretty simple, the instructor won't try to stump you. If you get stuck,... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Aug 04, 2021 Exactly how the gouge is. Presentation on the company, then sat down with the chief pilot and just had a conversation, just be yourself. Next was the technical where they partner you yo with someone and you just run through Jepp charts, very simple. Last was the HR questions. Later on was the mixer which is important to go to and just talk to the current employees of the... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Aug 04, 2021 Applied online through their website directly. Had a phone interview with a line captain asking basic questions about resume. Next day I received an email invite to attend interview in Dallas. They flew me on WN to Dallas Love and had a hotel accommodations at the Double Tree. Interview started at 8am in the conference room. There were 8 people in the morning session and 8 in the afternoon. Candidates varied in age and experience. Some low time guys and other guys with lots of... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. First, these guys were terrific. Great culture, very relaxed and easy going. Really makes you want to be here!!! The HR interview was fairly standard.  It was VERY low stress and conversational. They want to get to know you. (view the study guide of this website).  The technical interview was VERY straight forward. Be sure to know how to read SIDS and STARS and if you are coming from a GA background, make sure that you have someone go over them with you BEFORE you show up.... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Overall a very relaxed and comfortable interview. First was the phone interview that gives you the opportunity to learn about the company and ask any questions you have. (Tip, always ask questions) After that I was set up for the actual interview. I was flown in and out in a doubletree for a night. I was flown in the night before and my interview was the following morning at 8am. The first part was all information about the company, benefits and meeting the interview panel. This is a... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Three parts...HR, meet with CP, and Technical. Technical was IFR flight SNA to MMH and back. Brief and questions asked about AP diagram, SID, STAR, Approach etc.. No trick questions or gotchas. All very nice people. They just want to be sure your logbook time equates to your experience. Having the right attitude and personality to fit into this startup airline seems to carry most... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Derryck T

    Great resource for preparing for an interview, in particular about what to expect on the day. Good luck!

    Sep 26, 2021