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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. Nov 07, 2022 They had me do a teams interview, which was very simple, relaxed and straight forward. No Technical questions. Some TMAAT questions, why Netjets, what does safety mean to you etc... a bunch of yes or no, verifying my resume. It all took about 30 minutes. They said they would like to invite me to an expo, but before being invited I would either need to reach 250 hours of multi time or complete me ATP written. I am not going to spend the money to do the ATP before I know I have a job, so I am... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 02, 2022 Everything was very much as described here prior to my review. Show up on day one, check in at hotel then at the NJ booth to the right. If you beat your sim partner they asked if you wanted to leave your phone number for them which I did. If they don’t ask I highly recommend you do. Study call outs with your partner either the night before or morning before sim. Day 2/ first full day is SIM and Tour day. They assign all different times from around 9a-9p. Try and get some rest. If you... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 02, 2022 Everything here is accurate. Show up on day one and be friendly. You’ll check in with NetJets and the hotel. The gouge on the sim is accurate. Don’t overthink it just fly the correct speeds and altitudes. Work as much as you can on call outs. It’s not a deal breaker but it’s a good chance to show you can really learn quickly. As for the expo talk to everyone and ask questions as you need to make sure it’s the right place for you. Best advice is answer questions... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 02, 2022 Use this gouge and you will be fine. No surprises as I read the questions and the scenarios here.  (view the Sim/Senerio section in the study guide of this website). It should not be very different if you are already flying in a crew environment. Enjoy the process, it is a fantastic... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 02, 2022 Everything was as expected after having read all the experiences on this website. Initial phone interview was very straight forwards, basic HR questions and some TMAAT questions (time you provided exceptional customer service and flying with a difficult pilot) Flew in to Columbus and received packet with expo info and sim evaluation. Make sure you study and get together with sim partner to practice call outs. Sim evaluation was next day, they are looking for basic flying skills but most... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 01, 2022 Arrive day before and receive your packet. Has your aircraft you will fly the next day along with the profile of the sim. Call outs are somewhat standard but have a few unique ones in there. Sim can be as early as 7am the next day I believe or 9am.. fly the departure as stated in the other ones. Turn out is the same time as one of the call outs on my profile. Steep turns and a diversion back to white planes. Tour of the facility afterwards. Next day is interviews. Just be yourself and have... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Nov 01, 2022 Like everyone says when you arrive get your packet and sim partners number. Get together and study the call out. My sim was at 5pm the next day. Remember all the callouts and relax. I missed a few and I think this was the big reason I didn’t make the cut. The next day will be two 30 minute interviews, one with HR and a current pilot my second one was with the director of training. Just relax and be yourself and you’ll be fine! Also make sure to wear your suit both days. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Nov 01, 2022 The sim and expo were exactly as described. They give you a brief packet of info for the sim on your arrival. Make the effort to get up with your sim partner and go through the packet several times, it's not that difficult. Do expect there to be people watching you around the hotel. I spoke with one pilot who was there for company recurrent who stated that he had seen several members of management in the hotel that night. There are no surprises through the sim session, it's scripted, and... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Nov 01, 2022 Day one-caught an airline to Columbus, then an Uber to go check in to the hotel. Met up with my sim partner to go over callouts and departure procedure for the sim the following day. Business casual attire day one seemed fine. I traveled in a suit, no tie. Day two was suit and tie all day, even in the hotel for breakfast. I didn’t want to risk being underdressed. Everyone had different schedules but you can expect about a half day of activities. Six of us caught a shuttle to the... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 25, 2022 Completed the two day interview process. Day 1 was the travel day and received the sim packet that afternoon. Day 2 was a short introduction, the sim evaluation, tour, lunch and two thirty minute face to face interviews. The gouge was spot on and extremely helpful and went as everyone has previously stated. I received my acceptance offer the following... Continue reading this interview experience

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    (Hired at NetJets)

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