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•ATP EXAM: Were 24 questions in 10 minutes. Questions like holding speeds, Standard Lateral Offset Procedure, RVSM space FL limits, etc... not difficult questions for a heavy aircraft experienced pilot like you.


•PANEL INTERVIEW: Debby  from H.R. and a very kind Pilot (I don't remember his... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Apr 19, 2022 Interview was conducted online via Microsoft teams. Very relaxed atmosphere. Took around 30-35 mins for the entire process. Two people in the interview panel. Initially started with introduction and i was asked to brief about my aviation journey till date. Hardly anything technical was asked. Then they explained about the company, the pay structure, benefits, was asked general HR type questions..  Overall a very nice experience. I was told if hired I will be contacted in the next 7 to... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Feb 24, 2022 Very quick interview, it lasted only about 30 minutes discussing about the resume and experience. All of it was done remotely via Microsoft teams. there were a total of three people in the interview. there were no technical questions. They also started explaining a bit what is the company lifestyle like and the kind of flights that they do. They say they are home-based within the United States. Their lifestyle is pretty tight, they say they basically fly a lot nonstop with all the rests that... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jan 04, 2022 It was an easy going relaxed atmosphere , my interview was on Microsoft Teams. The check airman asked me to tell me about my flying experience that was it. There after they pretty much gave me a brief overview of the company and the operations. One HR person was on the panel and someone from the training department. Everything on here is pretty much bang on with your prep . All the best... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. I was interviewed by the Chief Pilot, a lady from H.R., the Director of flight Training and Standards, and 1 line Captain through Microsoft Teams. Was asked about my flying experience from beginning to present day. very relaxed, comfortable. they explained the company, pay, duty days, and that everyone is timing out yearly. Basically, they wanted to know if they would want to spend a 30hr. duty day with you flying all over the world. they also mentioned that they had acquired a fith 747 and... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Interview was conducted via Microsoft Teams. Check airman was interviewer and lady from HR. “Tell me about your flight experience since the beginning”. Very relaxed, confortable. They explained company, schedule, pay, benefits. Was told I needed 1000 SIC FAR part 121 for Capt. Was asked if I was interested and that 2 more airplanes were coming and pilots were timing out at 1000 hrs. Overall a very good... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Easygoing Interview process, extremely nice and professional representatives from HR and Pilot Management. (view the study guide of this website).  They asked me if I had any questions, I asked: about personal growth within the company and expansion plans. Done remotely on Microsoft teams. Very positive... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Interview via video chat. One HR person and 2 pilots. Very informal and relaxed. No technical questions but rather more about my experience. I interviewed for the captain position. The connection was not ideal so I didn't ask a lot of questions or talk much. They were ok with that. It was about as simple as it... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Very professional atmosphere throughout. It was all performed virtually. Started out with brief introductions, a quick company history, a few questions regarding WWYD or TMAAT, the standard questions. More hypothetical on the WWYD rather than needing an exact answer. Overall, great experience very relaxed and professional. I was not asked very many technical questions. It was more of an interaction/conversation than questioning throughout. They gave the opportunity to ask questions at... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. •ATP EXAM: Were 24 questions in 10 minutes. Questions like holding speeds, Standard Lateral Offset Procedure, RVSM space FL limits, etc... not difficult questions for a heavy aircraft experienced pilot like you. •PANEL INTERVIEW: Debby  from H.R. and a very kind Pilot (I don\'t remember his name), they will be there for the panel interview. Debby is in charge of the Company info, terms and conds, benefits, salary, etc... The Pilot will ask you to walk through your... Continue reading this interview experience