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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. Jul 14, 2021 Contacted by the pilot recruiter at Mesa. Quick phone screen, then scheduled the interview via zoom about a week later. Be prepared for TMAAT questions, a couple scenario questions ("you are the FO or Captain...etc). I would highly recommend studying every detail of the jepp study guide for plates, sids, stars. 12 question quiz on basic IFR/ FAR /AIM knowledge. Study guide was pretty helpful, had a few questions that were new. They gotta keep you on your toes right?? Got the job... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jul 13, 2021 Received a phone phone call one day after I submitted my application. The phone call was from a recruiter. It was very relaxed and was more or less a phone screen to actually see if I wanted to pursue a position with Mesa. During the phone call I was asked about my flight time in the last 30, 60,& 90 days, how many instrument approaches I have flown in the past 6 months, how much total time I have, and what my PIC time is. We then moved on to the recruiter asking me why Mesa Airlines and... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jul 01, 2021 I got a call from a recruiter and was asked a few questions regarding flight time and preferred aircraft. Then I got setup for a zoom interview which was scheduled 2 days later. As far as the interview goes, it was less than an hour long and very relaxed. It started out with a quick logbook review, then went into a PowerPoint Presentation about the company, then into the HR. I was asked one question that wasn't in the study guide. (view the study guide of this website).  ... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jul 01, 2021 Interview was over video conference. Interviewer was very nice, supportive, and made it a pleasurable experience. Technical was shorter than HR portion. Questions for HR were scenario based for the most part (what would you do if....), Technical was Jepp product brief, and basic IFR questions. Be current in IFR and you'll probably do great! Study guide here helped a... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jun 15, 2021  My interview was conducted about 2 weeks ago via Zoom with Javier, who is a Pilot Recruiter at Mesa Airlines. I was referred to him by a current pilot who said he could answer a lot of the questions I had. I was told that I was one of the first non-ATP/non-ATP written interviews post COVID. Javier was a huge help, and is a true professional. The interview started off with an overview of how the interview would be conducted as well as a logbook review. Have your flight time for the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Jun 09, 2021 Relaxed interview , I was asked a bunch TMAAT Questions ALL of them are covered in here (study guide ) be familiar with Jepp charts practical questions , very basic with multiple answers, just be be yourself and be... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Aug 13, 2020 Only HR questions. There were not questions outside of this gouge. Great company culture. They estimate 3-6 months to start assigning class dates. Good luck to... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Aug 06, 2020 Interview conducted via online by the same recruiter who made the phone screening It started with the company presentation then flight time review, followed with HR questions only. The interview last 45 minutes and I was hired next day with a 3-6 months estimated training... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Jul 29, 2020 Interviewer was very professional and easy going. The guide was right on. Make sure your hours are added up. The one thing that got me was when they asked me "tell me about a time when you help others (insert any previous job in your resume)". The interview concluded with a quick presentation about the... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. All interviews are currently virtual. Interview was given by the HR Recruiter. They are recorded for review by the HR department. After a quick review of flight times, all questions were TMAAT. The gouge was accurate with no surprises. Hired next day into a hiring pool. They estimate 3-6 months before they will reopen initial... Continue reading this interview experience

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    (Hired at Mesa Airlines)

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    Feb 10, 2020