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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. Apr 07, 2021 I submitted my application on 13th March Then got email to fill in the flight time and airline jobs that I have done. After that I did a video interview which is just recorded. I felt like it was talking to a mirror.  Then after a week I got a call and scheduled an interview date. The interview was about explaining SID/STAR and how it works. Then read out the Metar and decide if it's available to go or not. After that talked about aircraft I fly and systems Last 10 min was any... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Apr 06, 2021 Did a video screening 2 weeks before my technical interview. The video screening was the HR interview. Very straight forward questions.  Took maybe 15 minutes to do the video screening. It took 2 weeks to hear back after the video screening. They only have a couple of HR people looking at those videos, so be patient with them. As long as your dashboard doesn’t say you are no longer being considered then you are still in it. First 5 minutes of the technical interview was going... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Apr 06, 2021 Interview lasted about an hour. Was asked to read a metar and talk through a flight from Charlotte to Sarasota. Very straight... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Mar 30, 2021 I was in a cadet program for another AAG regional that wasn’t hiring until the end of the year and was given the opportunity to go to PSA and owe them nothing. HR interview was all online with pre-determined questions that you only had 2 minutes to answer and only about 40 seconds to look at the question. Technical portion was fairly simple. Started out with METAR/TAF where you need to read all of it including remarks section. Know how to read the temp and SLP section. (view the study... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Mar 30, 2021 Interview was entirely scenario-based around a theoretical flight from KDAY-KCLT. Be well-versed on 121 topics like RVR, alternate takeoff/landing requirements and 10-9a Jepp charts. I’d seek out bad weather areas on foreflight and ask yourself how you’d apply a TAF with poor wx to the above considerations prior to your interview. Don’t forget “tempo” lines in making your alternate decisions. Being able to simply state the rules or definitions won’t... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 30, 2021 Interview was tricky and not extremely similar to the gauge. Study all the jepp plates, SIDS and STARS and know the ins and outs of your current airplane as well. (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Mar 30, 2021 In addition to the many items and tips listed here I would add that since my interview experience was entirely scenario-based it would be a good idea to seek out poor wx TAFs and present yourself with takeoff and landing alternate scenarios prior to the interview. The interview was not difficult but did demand that you not only know the pertinent 121 regs but that you can apply them to the scenario given. Interviewer was intelligent and down to earth and wanted me to succeed. Be prepared to... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Mar 29, 2021 I applied for the job the day that it was announced, it took 4 days to get an email to fill in flight time & experience. A day after submitting my flight time, I received an email for a virtual HR interview. (This interview was not with a person, but a interactive software where you could record video responses to questions.) 6 days later I got a call to schedule a technical interview. On that day, I was provided with a interview study guide which told me what to expect and be prepared... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Mar 29, 2021 The interview process was really straightforward. After submitting my application and completing the personality test, I was asked to fill put more information about my hours and flight experience. I received an email to complete an HR video interview 2 days later. The HR portion was straightforward — you get 20 seconds to think about the question and 2 minutes to record your answer. They watch your responses later. Approximately a week later, I was called to schedule a virtual... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Mar 25, 2021 Received an email asking for more information on my hours. Then shift 2 days after that, I received the link for the HR portion of the interview. After completing the HR portion, they called to set up the technical interview. Technical interview was really straight forward. Make sure to know instrument procedures really well. Know Jepp Plates. Briefing a star, approaches, 10-9 pages, etc. Know the ins and outs of alternate requirements for both departure alternates and destination... Continue reading this interview experience

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    Apr 08, 2021