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Read Page 1 ... asking me questions. I received invite for in person interview a fews days later through email. The final stage of interviewing was just as described previously. I flew up to CMH the day prior to interview, stayed at Hilton Garden Inn, shuttle service available for all your transportation needs airport and headquarters. I was looking for email that night with simulator profiles I needed to learn for next day but they never came. In the morning I met the other pilots interviewing and we all brought up how we didn't get emails. As soon as we arrived to HQ we were greeted by HR and Pilots. We broke into two groups then assigned sim partners. (view... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Nov 16, 2021 There are a couple of phases and I have only completed the phone interview and will do the Expo soon hopefully. The phone interview was very straight forward. TMAT questions and a few HR questions. Got a thorough explanation of the company after all the questions. It was a pleasant... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 08, 2021 Interview consisted of two 30 minutes sessions. First was 2 pilots asking various questions about my experience followed by a few TMAAT questions. This was followed by a flight ops manager who asked very similar questions. The second day was a quick simulator evaluation. They use various small jet simulators. The "check" consisted of an instrument departure followed by 2 steep turns and then an instrument approach to a landing. My partner did the same thing with the exception... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 08, 2021 This month I attended the pilot career expo which was a two day event. NetJets arranges your travel to Columbus, Ohio and you stay in a Hilton Hotel for the event. The event and interviews are all at the Hilton. I had two 30 minute interviews. The first, was with a pilot and a fleet manager. The second interview was with an executive within the company. If you use the HR questions on this site to study from you should be prepared for these interviews. The rest of the day you attend... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 08, 2021 Pretty much as noted in other recent interviews with NetJets. Bring a good positive attitude and a willingness to work as a team. Wear a Suit and Tie or a Sport Coat and Tie. You are watched the entire time you are at the 2 day event. I suggest staying away from the bar and making sure you are on your best behavior. They really do put on a great event and are looking for top quality hires. The sim and how you practice with your partner is VERY important. Both my sim partner and I were... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 08, 2021 I Submitted my application and received an email 1 week later to set up a phone interview. The phone interview was set up for 1 week later. The phone interview consisted of a few TMAAT questions and a few HR questions, all of which are on this site. I was invited to the 2 day expo during my phone interview. The expo was very well organized and I was impressed overall. I did 2, 30 minute interviews. The first interview was with a pilot and an HR rep. The just asked some TMAAT and... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 08, 2021 The hiring expo was a great experience. Netjets flies you in to Columbus, OH for a two day event. Day one is a the expo with multiple booths set up to meet and learn about the company. At some point in the day you will have two 30 minute interviews. The first interview is with someone from HR and a line pilot, this is all HR questions and TMAT and WWYD. Give honest answers that keep safety and customer service in mind and relax. The second interview was with a member of management for... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Nov 08, 2021 Both in-person interviews & hiring Expo were outstanding experiences - the best of my career. A very professional & well run organization. Actual interviews were largely ‘TMAAT’ & ‘WWYD’, in addition to walking through my Resume. The gouge here is a great study guide, but do take time to develop own authentic answers to interview questions. Sim eval was stress-free. A couple of days prior you will receive aircraft type, stripped-down standard callouts... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Nov 08, 2021 Applied early last month with 2 internal recommendations and received an invitation for a phone screen about 3 weeks later. A day later I received a phone invitation to the hiring expo. The phone screen is very straight forward and comprised of TMAAT and Yes/No style questions. Do not lie, but make sure all of your answers/decisions relate to a safety conscious and customer service oriented mentality. If you don't have a couple of nice suits, I highly recommend spending the money on some new... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 26, 2021 First was the initial phone screening--20 minutes of checking flight times and related eligibility details. Two days later I was invited to a video interview. Several hours before the interview I was emailed an approach plate. It lasted 45 minutes, and there were an FO, and HR and a customer experience representative there. A few HR questions, then briefing the Approach (tricky, given the flight conditions!--it ended in a hold, with a question about holding speed at that altitude.... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 12, 2021 Gouges on here are spot on, a few tmaat and wwyd, questions from the list seem random. Expo followed by two 30 minute interviews. First hr rep and a pilot, then with the cp. Sim evaluation is just as described, a sid, steep turns, and ils with a miss approach. no surprises there. Expo was very informing. The whole thing was very well organized and it's evident the company has good... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Meradeth M
    (Hired at NetJets)

    With pilot inputs and format, aviation interviews prepared me adequately. It’s imperative that pilots contribute their experiences and pay it forward. Thanks to all the pilots who do.

    Oct 31, 2021