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    Jul 16, 2024
    Interview was very laid back. Started with brief intro of the company and each individual on the panel. Following introductions they got right into it. We started off with HR questions. (view the study guide of this website).  We then got into technical questions. Had a metar for KBGM (LTGCCC AQDRTS HR) this led into weather questions.  Make sure you go over the Jepp legend. Concluded with “why...

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    May 14, 2024
    Everything that previous interviewees mentioned in this website is accurate. During the day of the interview, they had a quick presentation about Piedmont and we were selected to go in order of who leaves Charlotte first. Interview process was fairly simple, they check your logbook. Make sure you’re good And then they proceeded with HR (Tell me more about yourself, tell me how you handled a dispute in the cockpit, what does CRM mean to you?). In the technical portion, I was asked...

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    May 14, 2024
    Everything on the gauge is extremely accurate. Arrived the evening before, took the shuttle to the hotel and attended the presentation the next morning. Interviews were conducted in the order of flights out the next day. Two friendly Piedmont employees asked me a small handful of HR question before moving on to the technical. Mostly weather, translating an extensive METAR and then briefing a Jepp approach/airport diagram. Heard back just over a day...

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    Apr 16, 2024
    Very laid back interview. The questions on this site are spot on. Know your raw metars, Jeppessen charts (approach, airport), be familiar with alternate requirements and be well informed about weather including thunderstorms, fog, TS Anvils and microburst. Speak speak speak. Make sure you are thorough with everything you speak about...the more you are able to elaborate about something the less follow up questions you will receive. Be prepared to speak about everything on an approach...

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    Apr 02, 2024
    Piedmont Questions 1st will ask general Hr questions, (view the study guide of this website).  Each recruiters questions will be different about Metars (to include obscure weather conditions, and many more...

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    Mar 19, 2024
    Had a nice small group of only 2 interviewees. Study the questions listed here and you will be fine! Know basic weather and ifr procedures/hold entries. Metar was heavy on thunderstorms. Briefed KBGM ILS 16 and airport diagram. Also asked how far can you descend past decision altitude if you have the malsr in sight. And difference between PAPI and A-PAPI. Recruiters were very easy to talk to and want you to...

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    Mar 06, 2024
    They asked a lot of questions about Jeppesen plates and the airport/taxi diagram. Some weather questions were also asked like crazy 3 line METARS with odd codes. Other weather questions were also related to hazardous weather like thunderstorms, a microburst. They wanted to know what were the stages and when a microburst will typically form,...

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    Dec 21, 2023
    Interview:  Read a Metar, and then questions.  Many weather questions.  Pulled out a surface analysis talked about fronts and pressure systems and isobars then pointed to a front and asked me questions,  (view the study guide of this...

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    Dec 20, 2023
    Very nice company, like others have said if you made it to Charlotte they want to hire you. Study the gouge and come prepared and it should be easy. The interview maybe lasted 30 minutes. A few HR questions then metars, ILS 16 KBGM, and the Taxi diagram for that airport. Study how to brief and approach, how to draw and anvil and how to avoid it and microbursts. On the plates just be able to answer questions about the different items on it. ARP, Where is the missed approach, what is the hold...

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    Dec 12, 2023
    Followed the other guides. Learn 3 line METARS, you will need to know this. Look up thunderstorm related metars. Know Jepp approach and taxi diagrams. I was basically asked what every symbol on the approach chart was. Brief the plate and I went into extra detail of what everything meant. This saved time by them not having to ask me as many additional questions. Know the 1-2-3 rule and one 121 regs. I studied all questions on this site and was well prepared. Very laid back atmosphere. Heard...

  11. The study guides were spot on. I would’ve definitely been less prepared without it.

    Michael P

    Hired at Piedmont Airlines Cadet Program
    I got the job. Very helpful

    Kaitlin B

    Hired at Piedmont Airlines Cadet Program