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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. Sep 19, 2023 interview experience was really good. A 2 year FO did my interview who was in a captain upgrade. same senecios were given by him that I read here. make sure your knowledge is good with Jeppesen plates dp, stars, arrivals ETC... know how to calculate PDP and VDP also specs ops for the take off minimums will be bonus point. know alternate derived minimums and how to get them. Also was asked Metar, Taf, Vmc,Critical engine, holding speeds with alt and time, Flight from KAVL-KCLT, Regulation of... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Sep 06, 2023 The first interview was over the phone and last about 15-20 minutes. This was with a recruiter who was verifying hours to schedule a technical interview. I was scheduled for a technical interview remotely via Teams for the following week. Be sure to keep a look out for an email with the link. They are supposed to be automatically generated but sometimes that doesn't happen. I had to follow up with the recruiter to make sure I got the link but he was very responsive and I received the email... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Sep 05, 2023 This website was very accurate. We went over the standard HR questions, all of which are listed on this website. There were no surprises. We covered Jepp taxi diagrams, SID/Star and Approach plates. Know how to brief an approach, arrival and departure. Know holding speeds, altitude and speed restriction compliance requirements. I had to read an encoded metar and decide if we needed a takeoff alternate. Know alternate rules for TO and landing. Read and interpret if an alternate is required by... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Sep 05, 2023 As others have stated, the interview will go off questions within the study bank! Study the gouge as a start then filter in other stuff as needed. Gouge is a great baseline that with some other studying/polishing should get you through with no issues. I don't do much IFR flying so I had to brush up a bit more then others actively flying IFR. We started with validation of flight times so be sure to have that ready to answer (even though you submit all of that right before the interview). From... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Aug 29, 2023 Very laid back interview. Everything I was asked was from this website. Jepp charts were hit hard so know how to read arrivals, departures, and approach plates. Also, have a pretty good understanding of instrument rules and you should be... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Aug 23, 2023 Study these gouges!! I applied mid spring but still wasn’t contacted last month so I wrote an email to the recruiters and had an interview setup two days later. Be persistent. This website helped out a lot with what to expect so I felt fairly confident. I had a phone interview with a cpl HR questions and an hours review and then was scheduled a teams interview one week later. Mine was done by a really nice FO and involved a cleanup of all personal info, HR questions, technical... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Aug 23, 2023 PSA reached out the day after I submitted my app. Two part interview. Started with HR specialist on first day via a phone call to walk through my application and ensure I met the requirements for the Highly Experienced FO position. She only asked 1 HR style WWYD question and didn't delve too deep into my answer along with a why PSA question. She was very friendly to work with, answered any questions I had about the position/flow process and has been very helpful after I received the CJO in... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Aug 22, 2023 Laid back interview, follow the gouges and you will fine. All the questions are here, read it and you will be fine. Three HR question and 10 technical question. Read a metar, alternate take off, DIP, STAR at KCLT and brief the approach for rwy 8R , Taxy diagram and done, 45 minutes and they called me one hour later to offer the FO... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Aug 16, 2023 I got scheduled for a phone screen first that took 15 minutes. It was mainly credentials questions as well as why PSA, and which of their values aligns closest to you. after that is a technical interview (45 min-1hr). You can schedule out further but i chose to do it the next day because that was just my availability. The gouge is extremely helpful, I knew just about every answer because of it. It was scenario based, (view the sim/scenario section in the study guide of this website). ... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Aug 16, 2023 About an hour long process. First starts with basic HR questions about yourself, why the company, and how you might handle certain situations, (view the study guide of this website).   Explained an entire flight from CLT-CLE. Weather at departing and arriving airports. Asked about takeoff alternates and alternate at arrival. Reading METAR and TAF, be sure to know all the stuff and not just easy parts. Explained a taxi route from gate to takeoff runway. Depart and explain the SID.... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Jose C

    (Hired at PSA Airlines)


    Sep 13, 2023  

    Michael S

    (Hired at PSA Airlines)

    Great study guide questions

    Sep 12, 2023