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    Jun 11, 2024
    I received an email for an interview in Charlotte at 9am. At 9am I walked into a room of approximately 50 other pilots. We were given a ppt presentation about the cadet program which lasted until around 10am. I didn't actually interview until around 1630. Plan for a full day. The interview was pretty laid back. The two first officers interviewing me were easy going and easy to talk to. There were only a couple HR interview questions.  The technical portion started as a weather brief...

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    Jun 06, 2024
    Two first officers, they were so nice and kind. KDCA to KCLT. Know these airports well. Weather as following (shortened): 5SM BR OVC004 18/17 A3010. 0814/0911 ...kt -RA BR BKN007 OVC027, arrival time 16.45Z. Study ILS/LOC 36R CLT.  Everything is from this...

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    Jun 06, 2024
    Everything was straight from this guide study. Two first officers started the interview by introducing themselves. I introduced myself. Straight to the point questions. All easy questions. Asked about Vx vs Vy and DA vs MDA. Also the most comfortable airplane yiu like to talk about, i choose C712 engine. Study part 91.175. Things effect Vmc speed . Relax and enjoy the interview. They are there to hire...

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    May 29, 2024
    Follow the study guide on this website. Study through your Jeppesen Chart in how to use them in different phases of flight. As any other interview and checkride. SBT can be expected. You want to know how to use those charts in real life scenario. You should be fine as long as you show up to the interview prepared w these two major part. Good...

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    May 24, 2024
    We started the interview with brief introductions. After that, they explained that we’d be planning a trip from DC to CLT. I was asked to read a METAR and TAF, determine if we required an alternate (for takeoff and destination). The METAR included RVR, so be familiar. I briefed a SID, STAR & ILS (all Jeppessen charts.) Be familiar with the symbology. The interview concluded with part 91 questions about multi and my current aircraft, (view the study guide of this...

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    May 15, 2024
    Overall it was a good experience, the two FO's that interviewed me were very nice and considerate. The study guides in this website were very useful and exactly what you could expect in the interview. Started with HR questions then proceeded to METAR/TAF from there we decided if we needed a take off alternate/ destination alternate. Went over SIDS/STARS. ILS into Charlotte. Talked over my current airplane system (fuel...

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    Apr 23, 2024
    Most of the questions were straight from the study guide and most of the interview was spent on Jeppesen charts. I would recommend studying the approach plates as that is where a lot of applicants make mistakes. Other questions were reading a METAR and TAF and were asked about take-off and destination alternates. Know how to read RVR and Remarks for the METAR, for TAF be very careful to look at 1 hour before and after the arrival time. If you have multi they will ask you to explain VMC and...

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    Apr 19, 2024
    The interview was a great experience. The two FO's who conducted the interview were very nice, knowledgeable, and professional, and they made it a very comfortable experience. We started with about 5 HR questions, nothing crazy ("What would you do in this situation?" type of questions). After the HR portion, we moved right into the technical portion. The scenario was a flight from DCA to CLT. We started by reading the METAR for DCA and pointing out things that were concerning, such...

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    Mar 13, 2024
    Pretty much spot on from this prep but everything is based on a scenario based flight. KDCA-KCLT flight with very complex metar and taf, went through the taxi digram thoroughly study the windsock, arp, beacon and etc... Briefed a SID, STAR and Approach plates. Spent a lot of time in the IFR stuff. Oxygen requirements, fuel system, engine ,carburetor and about hypoxia were also added in the end to wrap it...

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    Feb 29, 2024
    Interview was straightforward and simple. The AviationInterviews notes, (study guide) were very good and accurate to the interview. The interview itself lasted for about one hour and the questions were very simple. I didn't feel like there were any "gotcha!" questions that were unable to be answered. Most of the questions revolved around training that I had already received throughout my time as a pilot the last two and a half years. I would recommend AviationInterviews to anyone...

  11. The study guide itself is worth it, loved everything!

    Cameron G May 14, 2024

    Hired at PSA Airlines Cadet Program
    Followed the study guide and interview was exactly what I studied for

    William R Nov 16, 2023

    Hired at PSA Airlines Cadet Program