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Read Page 1 ... There was a procedure turn and an arc on the approach. He asked how I would fly coming from different points, when can I descend, and what the minimums were for a category B plane. Asked about the procedure turn (stay within 10 miles), are the headings on the turn recommended or required. Then he asked if the tower calls visibility lower than published minimums can you attempt the approach. So know the difference between reported and... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Feb 12, 2021  I was asked many HR type questions,  (view the study guide of this website).  That was it, after training you get a oral exam of 135 regs and OpSpecs and a flight checkride (in the actual aircraft) with a check... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. I was asked several HR type questions, (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Use the STAR Technique when answering questions. (Situation, Task, Action, Result)    Tell me about a time when questions....HR type questions and technical questions.    (view the study guide of this website).... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. The interview started with the usual HR questions. Bill asked general HR type questions. Then he asked me about myself.   Next we got into some technical questions. He didn\\\\\\\'t ask anything about aircraft systems.   Then he got an approach chart PHNY VOR RW3 and asked me to identify many symbols on it including the maltese cross, lightning bolt, black triangles, etc. And asked if the chart was current (it wasn\\\'t). There was a procedure turn and an arc... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Started off with typical HR questions. Then he started off asking me about thunderstorms. Next was VFR Weather minimums. He pulled out a METAR and TAF to read before taking out an approach chart (forgot which airport it was for). Asked me about all the symbols and gave me a scenario on how I would fly the approach. Last was questions regarding IFR sectional symbols before the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Study up on weather!   I was given a scenario, after it was over,  he was ready to put me in touch with the director of training in Hawaii about a ground school class... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Started with light conversation, followed by asking me technical questions.   Please visit the Sim / Scenario section to read... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. I emailed my resume to the Chief Pilot of the airline August 2014. After completing my CPL training I sent an updated resume and was contacted for an interview. The 1st phone interview was with Marian from HR. It was approximately 25 minutes. She started by introducing herself and explaining the company. She then proceeded with asking about previous work experience, strengths and weaknesses. At the end of the interview she explained the position I was applying for; First... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. (The following is written several months after the interview) There's a saying..."we aren't interviewing, we are hiring".  Mokulele Airlines is great place for low-time pilots (and those who like flying around rainbows & waterfalls all day).  Their op specs requires two-pilot crews for their Cessna 208B Caravans.  As such, many pilots with newly minted commercial ASEL with IR have gotten a chance learn what it's like to operate Part 135 scheduled... Continue reading this interview experience