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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. Sep 28, 2023 The interview was pretty layback. I had the technical and HR interview all at the same time, It took 30 minutes to complete. The HR lady started by asking how many hours I had, Simulated hours, actual instrument etc. Then she proceeded to the HR interview, (view the study guide of this website).  Read a metar IFR alternate rule  overall It's pretty relax and they only ask basic weather and IFR stuff. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Apr 29, 2023 Technical Interview was conducted via zoom. I had a telephone interview a few days before that with the standard HR questions. Very relaxed for both portions.  (view the study guide of this website).  Technical interview included questions.  HR questions were the typical can you work in the US, how many hours do you have, tell us about yourself, any checkride failures, and they provided a brief summary of the expectations, training timeline,... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Apr 21, 2023 Interview started out with a basic introduction, my background, and what my goals were. Then it jumped right into questions that varied from aerodynamics, to instrument knowledge. All were basic questions. They have a great pilot mentoring program that will prepare low time pilots with everything they need to upgrade, and then move on to a 121 regional. Over all, I had a great experience in the hiring and indoc... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. I was able to do the interview via Zoom and it went very well. They explained a lot about the job initially and then had me ask some questions about the first officer position and the company, so yes read a lot of the gauge questions and be prepared but also be prepared to ask some questions about the company/job. It was a simple back and forth conversation and then he transitioned to the interview and asked me some basic instrument questions so be sure to up to date on your instrument... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. It was a simple phone interview. It was more of a conversation than anything. Asked a few basic HR questions and then offered the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. The interview consisted mainly of HR questions. A lot of it was a breakdown of my flight time and the standard questions about my previous training/work experience. Overall it was a very pleasant experience. After the interview portion was done, she allowed me to ask whatever questions I had and took the time to give me a really good break down of the training timeline as well as what they expect from their new hire pilots. She was very enthusiastic and it really helped to loosen up the... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. It was mainly an HR interview. They ask about what you know about the company, ask about failures, and ask why you would be a good fit. Few to no technical questions. The mock questions on here were really helpful. After that, the job, training, and pay were all discussed and I was offered the job. So glad to get the... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Best interview I have ever had. They called and right from the get go they were extremely enthusiastic. First thing that was asked about were my hours and a general break down of them. Next we’re mostly HR and personality questions. Things like long term goals and if I was eligible for a restricted ATP. Very straightforward... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. The interview was mostly just asking HR type questions. If you go over the questions on this study guide you should be fine. She asked about my hours and how I got them. She specifically asked for last hours in the last 30 & 90 days so try to calculate that before hand. My biggest piece of advice is to show that you are excited to be there and you really want the job. There are thousands of applicants but not very many openings so just show you are grateful. After asking me all those... Continue reading this interview experience

  10.  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

  11. Broc Y

    Wouldn't have received an offer without it.

    Feb 20, 2024  

    James S

    Very helpful!

    Feb 20, 2024