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The interview process was via video on line. Very easy to set up, just make sure you're able to do so. Recruiter started off with an introduction about the company, the majors they support and a training outline. The Aviate program was touched on and I recommend reading over what its about just so you'll have an idea as he briefs it. Its a video on line remember so sometimes there can be a delay in the feedback. So plan ahead and do some homework on Mesa and its programs, routes, aircraft etc. We then went into the scenarios. Read the... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jun 20, 2022 Laid back interview. first starts off with tell us about yourself. Then TMAAT questions. Then situational questions such as what would you do if captain shows up with red eyes. Then a 10 question written test. I might have gotten 3 wrong due to these questions being early in my training and not remembering, such as marvelousvrf500. 2 or 3 questions felt VERY tricky. but the rest of the questions were here. Then a short presentation and any questions you have. The pilot recruiter was a very... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jun 09, 2022 Great Experience Interviewing with Mesa. First was HR questions. Tell me about yourself. Situational questions. I had one about the captain showing up with red eyes, etc. what would I do. A couple tell me about a time questions. I had at least 7 of these questions ready to go for any situation. View this study guide on the website. 10 multiple choice. These were very straight forward. I would agree with a review that was wrote that they are all maybe commercial level. All the questions... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 27, 2022 Zoom call meeting. just me and one interviewer. interviewer was not a pilot. BACKGROUND PORTION. (come organized. i had my foreflight logbook totals page pulled up and it was enough) -total hours, instrument, multi -how much flight time in the past 90-60-30 days -where did you last work etc then HR QUESTIONS, (view the study guide of this website). TECHNICHAL QUESTIONS QUIZ this was a 10-15 question multiple choice quiz that she shared her screen with me and I chose which... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. May 26, 2022 Great experience. Very calm and laid back. A professional appearance is a plus. I submitted my application online and next day they contacted me to schedule an interview. Started off with the interviewer talking about themselves then asked about my background and why I became interested in aviation. After that he gave me 3 TMAAT questions, 1 scenario based, and a short IFR quiz, then gave a short presentation about the company and asked if I had any questions. Lasted 30 minutes, all... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. May 24, 2022 Very easy. Lots of situational questions. The person interviewing me more so just wanted to get to know me. There were 10 technical questions that were very straight forward. I was asked a few questions about the approach chart. The questions were not hard and very easy. Know jepp charts. Very laid back and relaxed. Overall a great... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. May 05, 2022 Interview is very laid back, first i applied online got called next next morning for 5 minutes phone screen and why Mesa.... Scheduled interview the following week. All HR and Tech questions are on this gouge!!!! Just spend time studying TMAAT questions and IFR Jepp charts symbols. I got a taxi diagram just taking about hotspots warnings, all answers are in front of you on the chart, just take your time reading. Got the job next day. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Apr 25, 2022 Interview was very laid back and easy. Started out with introductions of ourselves, then followed by 3 HR and 3 TMAAT questions. Then a 10 question IFR chart quiz, they used an approach plate into Houston and a SID from Houston as well. I have never used SIDs before so that was a bit tricky, but aside from that everything was very laid back and easy. HR and TMAAT Questions were right off the gouge on here... have an answer for those and you will be fine. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Apr 19, 2022 Interview was pretty laid back, started with tell me about yourself, why Mesa.  Scenario if the Captain was in stress What would you do, If you encounter TS on your last leg, and your captain insisted on going over it What would you do, the 10 question quiz was about basic IFR question, one that i didnt knew was about FFP deicing fluid, did an STAR brief, identify the NAVAID on the STAR, and just a friendly... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Apr 18, 2022 Interview was a little over an hour, mostly HR questions followed by a 10 question multiple choice quiz, and some questions about Jeppesen symbology. They showed me an RNAV approach and asked which instrumentation I would need to fly over a VOR waypoint that was on the map. The other question I got was about a flyover and a flyby waypoint. Overall, very laid back and very light on technical questions. I would spend more time studying the HR portion of the... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Apr 18, 2022 I was called to provide some additional information, then I was assigned an interview date. Interview was through Zoom, all the questions that were asked, are in this platform, very useful, I heard back from the airline a few days after the interview, and they are offering the position that I applied for, Good luck... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Carlos F
    (Hired at Mesa Airlines)

    Amazing tool, all questions were in the website.

    Apr 26, 2022