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Flew in to CLT picked up the rental car the company booked for me. Drove to their office in Denver, NC. Admin checked my paperwork as soon as I arrived. After, HR representative then put on a power point presentation about the company. They then separated the applicants and... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Aug 18, 2022 Very relaxed interview. Know basic weather and instrument rules. Know the aircraft which you are currently flying, as you will be asked basic performance questions about it and your current flying job. It seems to be a great company which has a tight- knit, family feel with the perks of being backed by FedEx. Plenty of upgrade opportunity and a great... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Feb 17, 2022 Pretty straightforward interview. Initial HR screen with Hilary. On interview day, met with the assistant chief pilot first then the chief pilot. Initial questions were typical softball questions.  Technical questions weren’t tough. Basic instrument checkride type questions. What’s the volume of a removal VOR? What is a HSTIL? What is a HIRL? What is considered mountainous terrain and where can you find this... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jan 21, 2022 Really comfortable, friendly staff. Exactly as the previous reviews have said. HR, chief pilot and Assitant chief pilot were there. It was video interview. All super friendly made you feel comfortable, trying to get a feel for who you are. Asked questions about personal experience, what would you do scenarios, experience based questions and future questions and... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jan 13, 2022 Asked about what "SOP" meant to me. And if I had ever unknowingly or knowingly broken one Asked what would I do if I experienced a blown tire on just as I rotated off of the deck. Asked what does customer service mean to me. I found ways to incorporated my research of the company into my answers. That goes a long... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jan 13, 2022 On time interview: The gauge already presented is pretty accurate. Interview started on time and lasted about an hour.  (view the study guide questions of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Dec 06, 2021 I went in person as I lived near there headquarters they made sure my experienced matched my resume and that I felt comfortable flying single pilot. They asked a few questions about experiences I had from my previous jobs and made sure I understood a typical schedule as well as what worst case scenario schedule might looks... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Interview process began as previously stated. Applied and waited a couple of weeks to hear from HR Manager for a initial phone interview. This step lasted about 20 min on the phone going over the schedule, bases, pay, experience, background, etc. She then scheduled the video interview with Pete, CP; Sam, Assistant CP; and Hillary, the HR Manager. Video interview began with Hillary going over my resume and basic HR questions. (view the study guide of this website).  Main portion to... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Initially I was called back by their head of recruiting getting a feel for why I wanted to work there. Some standard questions. She told me a little bit about the company and the nature of how they filled openings. Then she set up a virtual interview with me. That consisted of a video interview with her and the assistant chief pilot. About a week later the chief pilot called me to follow up and ask some more questions. Standard interview questions, (view the study guide of this website). ... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Phone interview where the position was discussed and scheduled the technical. Recruiter never returned after that first contact. She cancelled and never showed up in the zoom type call. Sent an email saying she was going to reschedule and never followed through. Professionally dissapointed. Just confirm the TBNT and I will move on. Quietly sure when shortage hit harder things will be... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Interview was very pleasant and overall great experience. Interview was broken into three parts with the first part being HR style questions. Second part was some WWYD and TMAT with the assistant Chief Pilot. Last part was technical with the Chief Pilot. Interview lasted just over one hour. Company seems to have a small operation feel and they are looking for folks who they feel will fit into their values and culture. Previous Gouge & study guide questions are accurate. Get to know the... Continue reading this interview experience

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