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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. Jan 03, 2022 Very straightforward interview. Pretty much the same as what other reviews have stated. Seems like a good group of people. Then Sim.(view the sim/scenario section of the study guide of this website).   Both seemed like great guys, and gave me some good insight to working for Omni. Looking forward to starting... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jan 03, 2022 My interview experience is very similar to the previous accounts. There were 7 applicants. 5 of the 7 were in probably in the 50's with a lot of experience. The HR portion is laid back. Be sure to bring everything that is requested by HR. It will be needed if you do pass the interview process. Doesn't look good if you don't. The important part of the process is passing the SIM eval. As stated before, it is raw data flying with questions asked along the way. The FD is very touchy.... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Dec 06, 2021 You fly down to DFW on your own dime. At the hotel in the morning, you’ll take the bus to the Sim building. We had a group presentation about training, mission etc then we were taken out individually for 2 on 1 interviews. You also go out for sim assessment. (view the Sim/Scenario section of the study guide).  If all goes well, you’ll fill out PRIA paperwork and get fingerprinted and drug screened there and then and it’s implied you’ve been successful. They... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 29, 2021 Very friendly and relaxed. Offered everyone to take off coat and tie. Informative presentation by the assistant chief and HR. We alternated the two on one interview and sim evaluation. Very basic interview with emphasis on why Omni. Sim evaluation, while nervous, was basic and the hardest part for me was visualizing the hold and hold entry. Too many years relying on the FMS. Two questions while hand flying to see you scratch your head and pat your stomach. Omni provided a nice lunch. Drug... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 08, 2021 Get yourself to Dallas the day before, Omni sets you up with a hotel. We were picked up the following morning by Erin and Sean. 2 minute ride to the training center. Brief presentation by Sean and Joe (767 fleet guru) about Omni followed by Q&A. They let us ditch the ties and jackets, then they took volunteers off to HR or Sim. No preference to order, just a who wants to go next kind of scenario. We had 9 and lost one early over getting the COVID shot. HR was very relaxed TMAAT questions,... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 08, 2021 Same as others. HR was very laid back, no technical questions for me. Sim was as mentioned by others. Hardest part was waiting around, but enjoyed getting to know my soon to be classmates. Just relax and be... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Nov 08, 2021 This is a very relaxed interview process and a nice bunch of people to spend the day with. You are expected to make your own way to DFW but they pick up the hotel tab with a free breakfast included. If you arrive on Sunday, buy food before you get to the hotel or order delivery as the restaurant is closed. Unhealthy snacks are available at the front desk. The showtime for us was 0730 AM. Most folks were there around 6:45 AM getting breakfast and making small talk. Shawn is the Assistant... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Sep 09, 2021 You provide your own transportation to DFW; company covers hotel for the night prior to the interview. On the morning of the interview, the company transports the interviewee group to the company training center. Everyone involved in the process was very helpful, friendly, and professional. B767 fleet manager provided details about the company, pilot CBA terms, and line operations, and answered questions while our group of six cycled through the interview and sim check. Interview process... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Sep 09, 2021 The interview was very relaxed and friendly. We were picked up by Erin, Sean and Joe. They also performed the interviews and answered all of our questions. What a great group and a great mission. I accepted another job offer with another company before hearing back from Erin but I was very impressed with Omni and their facility in Dallas. Interview started with a brief introduction of the company, their goals, history and how you could play a role in it. We all asked questions about... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Like all the rest. Great people, laid back. Page from HR and Sean and Assistant Chief did your group. Make you feel at home. Gave about a 30 minute rundown on the company. A little Q&A session. Then brought us in one by one. About a 20 minute process done at the Hilton Garden Inn Tulsa Airport. No technical, just HR questions and the like. TMAAT, why Omni, run us through your resume. We were the last group to interview for the current 767 FO position they had open due to Omni acquiring... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Randall V
    (Hired at Omni Air International)

    Spot on, pilots helping pilots.

    Nov 12, 2021