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Interview was VERBATIM of Study Questions on this website. Went very smooth, recieved an offer to join the Cadet Program right when the interview was... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Nov 17, 2023 Read a METAR and was asked what I am concerned about. Then asked to look at a TAF and decide if I needed a destination alternate. Moved straight into the Jepp charts. Did not have to brief a single one but was asked questions on 10-9, SID, STAR, and approach. All were into either CLT or DCA. Simple questions that are already all mentioned on the study guide. interviewer was nice and relatable while always making sure we were on the same page at all times and making his questions easy to... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 16, 2023 The study guide pretty much hits the nail on the head. There were 15-20 minutes of HR style questions, just your typical interview questions there. Know your Jeppesen charts well, they do go pretty in depth with minimums with or without lights, glide slope, etc. Also holding speeds and entry procedure at a missed approach point. Lastly, some basic questions on multi engine aerodynamics (all in study guide), describing the fuel system in the plane I fly mostly, and the engine. Afterwards... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 15, 2023 Super relaxed interview. 2 FO's joined in on the video call and we started out with a brief intro of ourselves and immediately got into the interview. gave me a Metar and TAF for our departure airport and then asked if I needed an alternate and why. We got onto the SID and I was asked to brief the instructions for the runway we departed out of. I was then asked what the top altitude was as well as speed restrictions. After that we got into the STAR arrival and briefed that followed by an ILS... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 15, 2023 Thoroughly read through this study guide and you will be overly prepared. Be prepared to read a METAR and TAF (know everything after RMK). Based off the TAF did we need an alternate. Walk through a SID and Arrival. I’d definitely recommend studying Jepp legend. Brief an ILS approach and know the DA and when you can go below the DA. What is the different between FAF and FAP? Look into oxygen requirements, hypoxia, speed restrictions. I was asked about two systems. What is VMC and most... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 08, 2023 Interview was pretty similar to what has been previously reported. Greeted by 2 FOs and we started with HR questions. Just study the interview questions on this site. We then went into a METAR and taf and decoded it. It was a thick one so just be on your game there. We then went to an airport diagram with taxi scenarios, a sid, a star and an ils approach into CLT. It was more, how would you fly this sid and what do these numbers mean. Pretty simple but just know altitude restrictions and the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 08, 2023 Easy. follow the study guide and you will pass the technical. METAR was hard so study the terms. SID's STAR's approach plates and taxi diagrams. Not looking for perfection i missed some stuff and they said i was no where near failing. HR portion was super easy just basic questions like any other interview. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Nov 07, 2023 Interviewed with two FOs. Very laid back. Interview was incredibly similar to gouge here. Ran through all stages of flight from DCA to CLT. Taxi instructions, SID, STAR, ILS Jepp plate. You don't have to know everything since its the cadet side of things but there did seem to be a pass/fail threshold as they met after the interview to review answers and make sure it qualified. Told me there was no punishment for failing the technical portion of the interview. Felt very similar to a checkride... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 17, 2023 Study guide was very accurate. Following the study guide as well as becoming familiar with Jeppeson Charts made it a very easy and straight forward interview. The entire interview was about an hour. Most of the HR stuff was common sense; your emphasis should always be safety and professionalism. If you can highlight safety in every answer you will be good. The technical questions start out with reading and interpreting METAR and TAF at DCA to CLT and based on the weather would we need an... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 11, 2023 My interview was very similar to the gouges posted here. I was brought into the room where I was met by two current pilots who were conducting the interview. the first few questions were simple HR questions, (view the study guide of this website).  After this we moved onto The technical portion of the interview. We started off with a Metar In DC and decoded that deciding if we needed a takeoff alternate or not and why. We then Decoded a Taf at our destination and decided if we needed an... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Sep 14, 2023 The first set of questions where HR related, what would you do in different scenarios given. The technical side delt with decoding a TAF and read a Metar and asked if we needed an ALT airport, please review the 121 information for approaches. They asked if the WX went below minimums when we passed the FAP, could we continue the approach, yes you can. I was given a SID, STAR, and approach into Philidelphia International. I cannot emphasize enough to review everything about the Jepsen Charts.... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. William R

    (Hired at PSA Airlines Cadet Program)

    Followed the study guide and interview was exactly what I studied for

    Nov 16, 2023  

    Nicole B

    I could not recommend this more!

    Nov 23, 2023