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The interview was pretty straight forward. Everything on the gouge was spot on and the interview has no surprises so relax and just study and keep current on your IFR stuff. The day started out with me flying to CLT, flight was delayed so i contacted my recruiter to let her know about it, once I arrive I went to the baggage claim, door D, and if you walk to your right their is a sign that says American flight training center shuttle, make sure you take it. Once you check in, you'll wait for your recruiter to pick you up from the cafeteria. Once they picked us up, without missing a beat we started to... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jun 30, 2022 Study guide here is spot on. Focus on weather and Jepp plates. All my questions used plates from KBMG. I will tell you that this is a long day. I have interviewed with other regionals and we were at the airport to fly home around noon. Interviews were running about an hour for each person. Day started at 0900, and I did not get to the airport until about 4 pm. They do feed you. Everyone was very welcoming and went out of their to make sure you felt relaxed. Great... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jun 29, 2022 Be yourself. If you have failures say so, if you ever had a negative experience, say so. They want to see you are a good honest person with hood values. As long as you have a good understanding of the plane you currently fly, and good crm skills you’re going to be alright. Good luck and blue... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jun 29, 2022 I drove in the day before and they put me up in a hotel near the training center. Morning of was pretty straight forward, check in at the front desk and wait to be escorted to the “holding area” with the other candidates. Once everyone is there they give you the company overview presentation with a Q & A afterwards. Once that’s finished they start the individual interviews in the standard HR and pilot rapid fire questions. The technical questions focus mostly on reading... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jun 28, 2022 Great experience overall. Everyone was super friendly. They were just getting back to doing interviews at the AA CLT Training Center so some growing pains there. Flights, hotel and lunch provided. Gouge on here will set you up for success. HR portion then technical as advertised. Interview lasted about 30 minutes. CJO via email 30 minutes later. They currently have zero training gaps in their... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jun 22, 2022 As is mentioned here, the gouge is spot on. I am out of country so my interview was virtual. The interview panel made the experience very relaxed and made me feel like they wanted to hire me from the get go. The HR section was your standard TMAAT and some questions about my past and how I got to where I am. They asked about any failures, any infractions with the law and so on. Nothing that anyone can't handle. For the technical, go over jepp plates. I had to brief a full approach and... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Jun 14, 2022 Everything was very professional and exactly what the other gouges had mentioned. They flew me in the day before and put me in the hotel that the interviews were being conducted in. There were about 10 applicants the day I had mine (mostly for FOs but some cadets). There was a 15-20 min presentation where the recruiters introduced themselves and gave an overview of the company, went over bases to expect, travel privelages, pay, scheduling, and expected upgrade times. They sent us into a... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Jun 07, 2022 I was reached out to with a 20 min screening call asking "why Piedmont?" we covered my legal and flying background as well as corrected any mistakes in my airline application (I had to correct gaps of employment). The recruiter got back to me in a couple of days inviting me to interview in Charlotte NC. The interview process went as follows: -dropped off required interview documents at 10am -went to waiting area outside of interview room with other applicants. Waited 20-30 min... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. May 24, 2022 Honestly, I was very nervous going in. They made me feel very good and helped me through a lot of the answers. They don’t expect you to have Jepp plates down- but they do want you to understand the basics. Be familiar like others said with Jepp plates and METARS. Don’t say you don’t know- just try to figure it out. Hardest question I had was about a hold, so be familiar with different non-standard hold entries. Jepp airport diagrams are also super important to know! Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. May 23, 2022 This is my first time interviewing with them. A very professional group of interviewers starting from the Flight Operations Recruiter, whom I believe is one of their captains, to the interviewing panel that comprises of HR and another pilot. I was expecting a shorter interview but it took a total of 1 hour and 30 minutes. The initial 30 minutes is a company presentation and the remaining 1 hour is the 2 panel interview. I was asked questions regarding my hardest challenge in aviation and... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. May 17, 2022 Same as all other interview gouges. Very laid back. HR followed by 1 approach plate, 1 airport diagram and weather questions. Know 123, meter codes, data, a01, a02, GR, FG. HR portion asked about current job, best and worst parts.  (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Shannon J
    (Hired at Piedmont Airlines)

    The information made me much more comfortable with questions to expect.

    May 29, 2022