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Read Page 1 ... You feel awkward if you don't so just do it because everyone does. Then the run you through company history, structure, future, and you take a tour of the building. Then they take you out to the lounge area and split the interview to either sim or HR/ technical. I did the sim first then HR/ technical, but others did the opposite.  (view the sim/scenario section of this website).  Then I went to HR for standard "why us, difficult... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Apr 11, 2022 Very low threat interview. Face to face with a HR rep and the Chief Pilot. The face to face was less than 30 minutes. HR type questions.  Logbook and document review. Then Sim, (view the Sim/Scenario section in the study guide of this website).   After that you'll fill out some paperwork and do a drug test. All 9 in my interview group received the CJO. 1 got the 777 and the rest 767. Was notified within 48 hours of my class date and... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 21, 2022 Great company. Very relaxing interview with no surprises. Felt like a lot of great people and a great company to work for. Same as described by everyone else. HR Interview with 2 people....CP and HR. Then a sim flight exactly as others described. Great experience all around. 5 out of 8 received offers. 2 busted the sim and 1 busted the... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Feb 21, 2022 Very straightforward interview process as others have spelled out here previously. Showed up the day before, OAI already had a room reserved in my name, ride to their facility the next morning. Interview with Chief Pilot and HR was quick and direct. No technical questions, just the typical how did you hear about OAI, conflict in the cockpit, how will you handle going back to the right seat, etc. Followed up with a quick sim flight. Some flew the B777, some flew the B767, don't think it... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Feb 21, 2022 Very relaxed atmosphere, everyone was helpful and friendly. Company presentation, then one on one questions. Tell me about yourself, why Omni, etc. Then went to the Sim,(view the Sim/Scenario section in the study guide of this website).   After Sim drug test and... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Feb 21, 2022 Very straightforward interview process as others have spelled out here previously here. I came in the night before, they provided a room for me and ride to their facility the next morning. Interview with CP and HR was very straight forward. They followed the HR panel up with a sim evaluation. Some flew the B777, some flew the B767. They were looking for basic skills of flying a jet. After the flight they sent you for drug screening, which was the code you were about to receive a CJO. After... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Jan 25, 2022 Every thing is right on point. They make you feel comfortable and want you to succeed. Sim session followed by 15 minutes with HR. Come prepared and with a good attitude. Most were offered a... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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

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

    Spot on, pilots helping pilots.

    Nov 12, 2021