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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. Nov 06, 2023 Basic questions on plates and approaches. They said ceiling is at 500 feet on takeoff, you loose coms what are you going to do. And the coms came back for the approach but I lost coms as I was going missed and they wanted to know what I would do. I said I would shoot the published missed, proceed to the hold FAT they wanted to know which entry I would use was it standard or non standard turns in the hold and time it 1 minute then if I would hold and if I had an Efc time I would shoot another... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jul 10, 2023 The human resources portion pretty much matches what all you see on the site. Strengths and weaknesses, how you solve problems and conflicts. What makes a good captain. You will need to know IFR regs. A couple specifics were what is VDP? What does TEC mean? What to do if see approach lights but not runway at mins. The technical portion had follow up to the human resources questions. They asked the open ended question of tell us about yourself. Talked about hobbies and family. They... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 18, 2023 Starts with HR questions, then you move on to IFR questions and then what do you know about the current aircraft you fly in( systems). Knowing your aircraft is a big plus and regulations. (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. May 15, 2023 Interview was via video call. Video interview takes about 2 hours total with HR and the chief pilot. All of the questions on here were very helpful and helped me prepare better. Standard HR questions. For CFI candidates, know your emergency procedures, aircraft systems and laws of learning/fundamentals of... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Mar 07, 2023 The interview was very straight forward. Start with speaking about yourself, HR questions, know about the operation of the company and the airplane, and last they are going to ask about random stuff to see how much you know but basically they ask about Regulations, IFR approach Plate, some commercial stuff , the airplane your currently flying (engine, etc…) but a lot of the questions are... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Feb 15, 2023 Gauge and interviewer experiences are pretty accurate. Two people were attending the interview - HR personnel and Chief Pilot. In the first portion asked to introduce self then standard HR type questions, wanted to dig deeper to explain previous failures and lessons learnt. Technical interview with Chief Pilot was straight forward to systems of a plane the most familiar with, asked questions, (view the study guide of this website).  Asked about emergencies, what was the situation when I... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. All questions that were on the interview prep were asked, in addition to current job knowledge. Example I was a flight instructor so I was asked what the four pillars of learning were. I was also asked about what the type of propeller that pulls was called aka a tractor... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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

  11. Nicole B

    I could not recommend this more!

    Nov 23, 2023  

    Lauren B

    The information on the website was very helpful for the interview. The gouge was spot on for the airline I was applying for. All in all, a great experience using this webpage.

    Nov 23, 2023