aviationinterviews.com

We've Helped 132,000+ Aviation Professionals Prepare for their Interviews!

FREE NetJets pilot interview information and gouge

I received a call about four weeks after submitting my application. As previously stated in other gouges very simple 30 minute conversation, TMAAT questions, and background stuff. I was told I would hear back in a week on if I would advance to next phase, but I actually received invite email within hours of finishing phone call interview. A week later I did the video conference interview, once again no surprises this gouge really prepared me well. Always show off your customer service mindset, attention to safety, and strong knowledge of the company. The video conference lasted an hour I used my iphone, and had three people taking turns... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Mar 10, 2020 I completed the phone screen, virtual interview and was selected to continue to the in person before they paused in person interviews. The virtual interview was very direct and to the point. The questions on here prepared me well for the questions they asked. In general the questions they were not carbon copies of the questions in the gouge, but in preparing answers for the gouge questions I developed a good bank of answers to draw from. Use the STAR answer method as much as you can... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 04, 2020 The process was a very laid back experience. The night prior you are emailed your simulator briefing. You are expected to know the call outs. On the day You start with a presentation then a facility tour. After you are split up into groups and half go to the sim and the other half will start their first of 2 face to face interviews. The first is about 30 mins. They want to get to know you so they ask you about yourself the after that it’s Mostly Customer service related questions and... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Mar 04, 2020 Everything said here was spot on. Very laid back. Why should we hire you. Why do you want to work here. Tell me about a time... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Feb 19, 2020 I received a call about four weeks after submitting my application. As previously stated in other gouges very simple 30 minute conversation, TMAAT questions, and background stuff. I was told I would hear back in a week on if I would advance to next phase, but I actually received invite email within hours of finishing phone call interview. A week later I did the video conference interview, once again no surprises this gouge really prepared me well. Always show off your customer service... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Feb 05, 2020 Interview process was exactly as described on here in previous reports. Phone interview, followed by video then onsite with two separate one on one interviews and a sim session in the afternoon after lunch. Everyone was very friendly throughout the process, 98% of the questions asked in the who process were ones found on here. Aircraft for sim depends on availability of sims--we did Falcon 2000. Study the sim prep guide they send you and concentrate on trying to do their callouts. Do... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Jan 15, 2020 I was asked 5 very specific questions, during my telephonic interview, and then other questions about my eligibility.  (view the study guide of this website).   My overall experience was very... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Jan 13, 2020 OK, well this is the second time for me trying to get on with NetJets. The first time I didn't get a call back for a phone screen, the second time, I had a resume walked in. I did get a screen, but I think it may have been out of courtesy. I did think it went pretty well. No real issues, to include check-ride failures, accidents, etc. My only thing I can think of, is that my experience as of late has been in King Airs, and before that, it was single engine aircraft flying for the US Govt. I... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Overall interview experience was enjoyable. They do their best to put you at ease. I flew the Falcon 2000 sim first thing in the morning, followed by a tour of the facilities(very impressive). Next was lunch with all other candidates, 6 of us total. In the afternoon, there 2 interviews. The first was with a chief pilot and a rep from accounting followed by a one on one interview with a program manager. The whole experience was them getting to know you, and nothing technical. Overall a great... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Phone interview went well, mostly YES/NO, with a few TMAAT questions, and resume review. I was invited back for the Skype portion a few weeks later. The Skype portion was intimidating, with a panel of 3 (1 pilot, 1 VP of customer service, and 1 customer service rep) Almost all questions were listed in this gouge. There were 2 questions, that I was not prepared for regarding wind shear, and EGPWS - but they were easily answered with a little thought. The in person interview was very... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. First part of the interview process was a scheduled phone interview with Olivia. That lasted about 30 minutes and was mostly Tell me about a time... questions. Review the TMAAT questions/answers on the NetJets gouge and have an answer for each one. I was also asked, "What makes a good captain?" A week later, I was scheduled for a video chat. They had me download a video chat app, I can't remember which one. During the interview, I couldn't see the three NetJets employees I was... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Trevor D
    (Hired at NetJets)

    Incredibly helpful information for those looking for a new career move.

    Apr 18, 2019