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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. Feb 21, 2024 It went smoothly enough. My biggest advice is to know every once of details on a Jeppessen approaches, sids, and stars down to the most minute details. Know METARs like the back of your hand and be ready to answer if you need an alternate (I bet you do...). Know what a critical engine is and 91.175. Also know two systems of a plane you fly (engine and one... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Feb 13, 2024 Interview was basically walking through an entire flight. Start with reading METAR/TAF, Taxi diagram, DP's, STAR's, IAP, finished with part 91 questions. Part 91 Q's: Oxygen requirements, explain a system on your current airplane, and Vmc. Know RVR requirements for DP's, speed/altitude restrictions for STAR's, and MAP for both precision/non-precision... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jan 16, 2024 I left the Airlines 13 years ago to pursue military contract support in UAV's and then continued in the UAV industry both military and civil. PSA was the first recruiter to respond to a post I made online. They informed me of the current need and the bonus levels being offered for high time FO's and Direct Entry Captains. After a few email exchanges HR contacted me for the first interview. This lasted about 50 minutes and reviewed my background and flying history and eligibility for the... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jan 15, 2024 The Interview began with ice breaker questions and the went into a technical portion where I was asked to describe the systems of the airplane I am flying currently. I was asked to brief and approach plate as well at a STAR. They showed me an airport diagram and asked what a few symbols were. I was given a taxi clearance and had to say where I would stop... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jan 11, 2024 Went over METAR and TAF know everything translated to plain English (RVR, P0002, etc.) Went over taxiing, what I should look for when taxiing (hot spots), seeing if I needed a clearance to cross a runway. Then, to a SID know basically everything on the chart, went to the arrival phase of flight, know everything on the STAR, went to the ILS/LOC and asked me to brief it, then asked me questions regarding weather and minimums if I could still fly it. (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Dec 15, 2023 Interview was completed over MS Teams. Interview started by looking at a METER and TAF. I was asked to decode the METAR first and list and concerns I had about the planned flight. Next, I was asked to decode the TAF. Using the TAF I was asked if I believed alternate was needed (1, 2, 3 rule). After this I was asked questions regarding 1 SID, 1 STAR, and an Instrument approach. Make sure you study and brush up on Jeppesen charts as this is what they used for the interview. Lastly, I was asked... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Nov 29, 2023 The interview process started with an email saying I had been selected for a phone interview, which was just an HR screening. The phone interview lasted about 30 minutes and the interviewer asked about my logbook totals, if I had all of the necessary documents (DL, Commercial Multi, 1st Class Medical and FCC Restricted Permit), and "why PSA?". At the end of the phone interview, the interviewer told me I was invited to the technical interview, and scheduled it on the spot for 1 week... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Nov 22, 2023 Started with a phone screening that lasted about 15 minutes. We reviewed my hours and then was asked questions.  After that scheduled a technical interview for the following week over teams. It was very straightforward and if you read the previous interviews/scenarios the same questions were asked. It was the scenario from AVL-CLT. We looked at the FILPZ 3 arrival and ILS 36C and was asked all the questions that I found from previous interviews here. We reviewed an airport diagram and... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Nov 22, 2023 Interview was about an hour on MS Teams. Started with HR questions and then technical. They did a scenario from Charlotte to Dayton. Had me read the Metar/ TAF and asked if it was legal to go in those weather conditions. Had me brief the SID/STARS and approach chart. Class date was supposed to be next month but just got notice it will be moved to two months out to accommodate captain... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Nov 15, 2023 Interview was very straight forward. Started off very easy with basic questions about myself why I chose PSA. Then moved into the technical portion of the interview. Briefed an approach plate, STAR, and airport diagram. Make sure to brief everything. I studied using the study guide it was basically word for word. Got the call a couple of days later saying I got the... Continue reading this interview experience

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