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Great group of people and a growing company with a bright future. Pay for your own flight there but they get your hotel, pick you up for the interview, and provide coffee, snacks, and lunch. Picked up in 2 SUVs and drove 30 minutes to headquarters. Very friendly and engaging and made the drive go quickly. Once there we met with an assistant chief pilot and HR and they told us to get comfortable. Totally cool with taking jacket and ties off.... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Feb 16, 2024 It is a Teams meeting and they record it so they can review it. There was 2 women from HR and the chief pilot. They asked basic HR questions.  There were no technical questions asked, (view the study guide of this website).  They explained benefits, the schedule, and talked about growth for the up coming year. They asked me if I had any questions. I ask how stable they were during COVID. They asked a few other questions.  Then a TMAAT.  They give you a scenario about... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Feb 09, 2024 It was very laid back and conversational. The questions in the study guide of this website are exactly the questions asked. It was a three person interview panel. The panel consisted of the chief pilot, a line pilot and someone from the human resources department. The line pilot asked the technical questions though he was audible, both the chief pilot and HR personnel were on teams video. The interview lasted about 30... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Feb 08, 2024 Very relaxed. I was asked HR type questions, (view the study guide of this website). Lasted 30 minutes. Got the call the next day. Be yourself and you will get it! Great company to work for and I'm very excited to fly the... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Dec 19, 2023 Interview was conducted on MS Teams with an HR rep and the Chief Pilot. Both were straight foward and very friendly. After introductions, HR went first. They asked standard HR questions, including why Omni, then a few TMAAT and WWYD questions. They asked me what I would do as an FO if we were getting the plane ready for a takeoff into icing conditions. The Chief Pilot then asked me to talk about a time I had a malfunction and how I used CRM to resolve the problem. After that they asked me to... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 06, 2023 Interview was simple and easy. The chief pilot and head HR person were in the zoom meeting. Just a regular conversation of what has happened in my aviation career. A few general Human Resource questions on what I would do in certain situations or what I have done. Some FAR questions and weather... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Oct 20, 2023 It was pretty much everything explained in the previous gouges. Interview was taken by both the Chief pilot and HR personnel. They are both seem down to the earth and very professional. Started with HR all basic questions, they want to know you more, (view the study guide of this website).  Then chief pilot asked questions.  Pretty much all questions were asked by the HR, chief pilot was quiet and asked only 2 questions. Then they give you chance to ask if you have any questions.... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Oct 07, 2023 Overall, interviewing with Omni was a Positive experience. They put you at ease for interview which last about 45 Minutes. My first round and technical interviews were rolled into one essentially. Emphasis on personality since most applicants will be at the same level of experience. Technical experience was about icing and treatment on the ground. I met with the chief pilot and HR at a... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. I applied via AirlineApps and received an interview invite only a day or two later (I'd hired an app review service beforehand to make sure everything was polished). As I'd already been planning on going to a job fair later the next week, I went to the Omni booth to talk with them a few days before the interview and hand in a couple of letters of recommendation, and I think they really appreciated the extra effort. A few days later, we held the interview via Teams, and it was exactly as... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. The interview was short and simple. A few HR questions, and that was it. They are very nice people. So short that I thought I did badly right off the bat. No technical questions were asked. Just follow what others say here. It was laid back, and they are happy to have you there. No one is trying to get you. They want to hire... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. The interview was very relaxed and comfortable. I studied the gouge and the previous posts were spot on. It was a virtual interview via Teams. This was probably the most comfortable interview I’ve done and it lasted about 30 minutes. I was given the opportunity to ask some questions, then was told to expect an answer within a week. I was given a CJO after 4 days. I’m excited to start my... Continue reading this interview experience

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