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Read Page 1 ... for Jepp and jet procedures, so a lot of questions were directed towards my more experienced partner, but participation was well distributed and it wasn't particularly difficult. Next was going over my resume and experience with the chief pilot, but most of that part was him answering my questions, very upfront and honest about what to expect. Last was basic required questions (can you work outside, can you lift or push 75 pounds, can you pass a drug test etc) and a few... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jan 04, 2023 Gouge is spot on. Very comfortable environment and people in DAL. No trick questions they want to get to know you. Be informed on JSX operations and their niche. TMAAT HR questions, Instrument jepp knowledge for technical with 3 managing gentleman, open conversation with chief pilot. felt very prepared with this websites info. Lots of great people here at company. Was an encouraging... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 09, 2022 Everything on here was exactly what the interview was. It was a very relaxed and comfortable environment. Started with the presentation of the company, route map, pay, training overview, day in the life of a JSX pilot. We then got pulled for the technical, chief pilot and HR interviews. The questions were exactly the gouge.  There was only one question that I wasn't expectiong, (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 09, 2022 JSX flew non local applicants out the day before and provided a hotel for us for the night. The interview took place the following day in the same hotel. They broke up the applicants into two groups, one group that started at 8:00AM and the other started at 1:00PM (you were told which group you were in ~1week prior). The interview consisted of four portions, the first was a presentation of the company, reviewing benefits, and any questions anyone had. Once that was finished you had to go... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 09, 2022 Overall great experience. Very friendly and never felt like I was being grilled. Be social and enjoy yourself. They want people who are likable and not just good pilots. Everyone is treated like family. You are always on watch, don’t be off on your own and limit amount of time on personal devices. Chief pilot wants to know you, he was getting calls the whole time but it’s because he truly cares and gives everyone access to... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 08, 2022 Great interview! Great day! This company is amazing and the people running the show are truly fun to be around. The reviews on here were spot on. The chief pilot is personable and retired AA captain. He mainly talked about stories and life experiences. HR was around 3 TMAAT and few other tell me about yourself. Tell me about a time when something unusual happened in the aircraft. Tell me about a time you were tested to bend the rules. Tell me about a time you were honored and given a... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 08, 2022 A very good and relaxing experience. If you’re not local to the DAL area, they’ll fly you down into either DFW or DAL. You start with meeting in the lobby and get to meet other applicants and get to know them. You then move to a conference room where they give you a ton of information on benefits, about us, day in the life. You then get called for the 3 part interviews (no particular order). I started with the HR portion which was basic TMAAT, can you work in certain WX, lift... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Nov 08, 2022 Amazing interview experience. Every review is accurate and spot-on. After you arrive (either AM or PM group), you will be given a small packet of information before introducing yourself to the group. You will then be selected for either an HR interview, Chief Pilot interview, or partnered together for a technical interview. They are looking to make sure you are a genuine person and have a good personality. They are not concerned with you being the best, you should be competent and meet their... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 04, 2022 The interview is pretty layback. Company environment is very easygoing and chill. Starting with self introduce. And then company orientation. You will have six candidates in each interview. And I started with talking to chef pilot and he asked me about why I want to be pilot and what my lifestyle is beside flying. Then is HR interview with the recruiter and captain. They ask basic questions about why you choose JSX and TMAT questions. Nothing irregular. After that is technical part.... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 04, 2022 Pretty much the exact same thing as other people are saying. The day started off with a 45 minute presentation on the company. Next was HR interview, followed by the chief pilot interview, and to finish it the technical part. Know JEPP STARS SIDS AND APPs, and some IFR regulations for T/O minimums and T/O alternates for 135 ops. The asked about runway markings and widths, and runway lights! it was a great experience, they’re honestly looking for character and personality. They are... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 04, 2022 The process of going through the initial phone screenings and getting an interview took a couple months, but once I did get an interview the actual interview itself went very smoothly. Started with an orientation followed by 3 different sections (HR, Technical, conversation with chief pilot). All were very straightforward, interview helped a ton and the chief pilot is a really cool... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Caesar M
    (Hired at JSX)

    Awesome prep for my interview. All possible questions are listed here. Highly recommended to be used by anyone prepping for upcoming interview. Thanks a lot.

    Mar 20, 2022