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Flew in the night before. Got to the hotel, which provides a Shuttle to the training center which was easy. Lots of other pilots interviewing for Piedmont. There was only about 9 of us for PSA. Arrived at training center at 9 and checked in. Typical with the other gouges they had us wait in the cafeteria. Pilot came and got us at 10am. Went to a class room where there were assigned seats by last name. After brief introductions the pilots took the log books and documents. While they were reviewing them we sat though essentially a “why PSA is the best regional”... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jun 07, 2021 Dayton Metar and TAF (Nothing crazy), Dayton takeoff mins, explain what a departure is to a student, Charlotte Parqr 3 Arrival, CLT 36 ILS, asked about my current aircraft. Know holding procedures, electrical system, fuel system on aircraft you... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jun 04, 2021 Very similar to the study guide! Know metar/taf, take off alternate, destination alternate, how to read take off mins on 10-9A, what if CL are inop. Star, sid know how to read and what descend via means. Approach plate - how to go missed, etc. captain scenario. About your current engine. Found out 24 hours... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jun 02, 2021 Gouges are very accurate. Understand your part 121 IFR procedures, holding speeds, Jep plates, vmc, recent aircraft and you will... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. May 25, 2021 Applied on last week of April, got invite for video screen on 1st May and HR got back with technical interview date of May 25th. Video screen was simple, tell me about yourself, why PSA, explain (if any) check-ride fail or resignation, time where you have to deal with safety issue. 14 questions all together, as mentioned on the gouge. Technical interview was rather simple. Metar/TAF to decode for flight from DAY-CLT. (view the study guide of this website).  Pilot conducting the... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. May 24, 2021 Interview process included an online personality assessment, link to upload your flight hours, email to complete an HR video screen, and finally a technical interview. (Roughly a month between each step in the interview process.) During the technical Interview I read a METAR and discussed if we were legal to takeoff and if we would need a takeoff alternate, discussed if we would need an alternate at our destination, asked about various symbols on a Jepp 10-9, had me explain the STAR as I... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. May 24, 2021 The interview was close to the experiences here. I will share a few more detailed questions. It started off reading a Metar and TAF. They asked if an alternate was required.....slow down here and review the 123 rule out loud as this is what they want to hear. It was required due to 1 hour after ETA and ceiling was at 1900'. Was asked to brief the STAR into Charlotte, lost coms procedure to holding, hold entry discussion. I was asked many questions on CLT 36C approach plate - ILS freq, icon... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. May 24, 2021 The interview was very straightforward, it was a 1 on 1 using Microsoft Teams, and lasted a little more than 30 minutes. We started with a flight scenario departing KDAY to KCLT, briefed a METAR and TAF (was asked if we needed an alternative, and then discussed takeoff alternates), lots of questions about jepp plates (airport information, STARs, Approach plates) with scenario based questions. Know your instrument procedures well and brush up on jeppesen plates and you will do well. Various... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. May 24, 2021 I applied about 3 months ago, then got an email to send my hours. Completed the HR interview about a month later. Received a call about a month after that to schedule the technical interview, I completed that  4 days later and received an offer in two days.  The Technical interview was very straight forward and basically all IFR procedures. Brief METAR/TAF, RVR in the METAR and can you take off based on that, take off and landing alternate needed? Then talked about a STAR, Airspeed... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. May 19, 2021 It took almost 7 weeks to hear back after submitting the HR screen. I got the email to schedule the technical interview. The tech part was very straightforward. Read a METAR and then determine if a takeoff alternate was needed and the Reg. associated with takeoff alternates. Look at a TAF and determine if an alternate is needed. Describe a SID. Looked at the PARQR3 arrival. They asked basic questions about descend via and descend via except maintain. Asked about holds. Asked questions about... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. May 18, 2021 First step was to fill out the application online with a personality test, then a few days later I was emailed to fill out my flight time. I was asked to fill out a video screen of HR questions several days later. You’re prompted with questions and you’re given a certain amount of time per question to answer 14 questions. About a month and a half later I was sent an email to schedule a technical interview. The technical interview consisted of reading a METAR, TAF, reading and... Continue reading this interview experience

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    (Hired at PSA Airlines)

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    May 26, 2021