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The 208 SIC Interview was with the Chief Pilot, Assistant Chief, Director of Training and a Corporate Recruiter in person in Anchorage. The other reviews gave a good breakdown of the TMAAT and personality questions. The SIC interview has become more thorough as they are looking for candidates who plan to stick around and become PIC's. Technical questions included: - Medical -... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Aug 19, 2021 I had a very straightforward interview with one representative from HR and the Chief Pilot. It was mostly standard HR questions (tell me about a time, etc) with a few short, situational technical questions. Do an approach briefing, read some NOTAMS, read a METAR and TAF. I believe that because I'm already flying in the 121 world they didn't go as far in depth as they may have for someone who doesn't have that experience. I didn't prep too much for it, just pulled examples from my flying... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jul 12, 2021 Remember Ravn is under new ownership so some things have changed with the interview questions, but is still very similar. The questions are primarily scenario based, and quite a few questions about if other employees have a safety concern. (view the study guide of this website). A few technical on airspace, remember Alaska has a lot of untowered airports. The interview was relaxed and took about an... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. I was contacted by Tiara from Recruiting on 11/22...Introductions, are you still interested in a position. I was applying for a Part 121 Captain position, I indicated I was.   Know the company history, it is extensive and goes back to 1948, under multiple company names and divisions...ie Corvus,ERA,Hageland,Frontier,Arctic, and most recently PenAir..thus the Saab 2000’s. She explained what the company was looking for, and stressed the fact that it is Anchorage Based, probably... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Interview was in person with the Penair Chief Pilot and the Ravn Alaska Chief pilot and one HR representative. Professional, but relaxed and comfortable interview. Be prepared to discuss how your previous experience has prepared you for Ravn, and to explain why you want to be at Ravn. Other questions on this site were spot on, with one exception. (view the study guide of this website),  a couple other quick technical questions were all the technical questions I was asked. Interview... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. The 208 SIC Interview was with the Chief Pilot, Assistant Chief, Director of Training and a Corporate Recruiter in person in Anchorage. The other reviews gave a good breakdown of the TMAAT and personality questions. The SIC interview has become more thorough as they are looking for candidates who plan to stick around and become PIC's. Technical questions included: - Medical - Airspace and sectional knowledge - Approach plate briefing - When can you continue an approach below DA/MDA? -... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Previous contact was by phone several times with a recruiter, over the previous 10 days. 45 minute phone group interview with two CPs from different parts of the airline, Dir. of Flight Ops., HR and the Training Manager. Questions: Previously listed questions on this site are correct. I was asked only unexpected question. (view the study guide of this website). Mostly HR, get-to-know you questions. Got about 5 technical questions. No approach chart questions. Was asked about... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. I was interviewed by Ravn Alaska's Chief pilot, Pen Air Director of Operations, and Ravn Alaska Recruiter. First we went over my hours and talked about my overall flying experience. I was then asked multiple HR questions followed by technical questions. The HR questions consisted of typical interview personality type questions such as a work place environment conflict and how you handed the situation. Know basic part 121 rules for weather minimums. (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Interview started by speaking with 4 individuals, 1 HR and 3 pilots. They started out by asking a few basic questions about my resume and specifics about previous positions I have held outside of aviation. They asked where I was from and why I was trying to work for RAVN. After a couple more "get to know you" type questions we jumped into the technical. A bunch of the questions they asked, or many similar questions are listed on the website here. The biggest issue they said they... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. My interview consisted of a three people panel over the phone. The whole process was very relaxed and comfortable. They started with asking me what I knew about the company. Then they asked me basic get to know me questions. They asked about my previous jobs including my non-pilot jobs since I’ve only had one pilot job so far.  After the get to know me questions they had me pull up VOR 27 into PAOT and asked me various questions about the approach. They asked me more technical... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. The interview I had was for the part 121 side of the house- not for their 135 side. Since I'm military, we began the interview with referring back to the restrictions and conditions for the R-ATP. We then went over my experience and verified all the administrative items, such as, HR policy, expectations of the company, etc. From there, it started with basic HR questions.  Then there was the technical questions.  Essentially, study as if you're going to have an instrument... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: David E
    (Hired at Ravn Alaska)

    All of my phone interview questions were here, except for one. Good preparation.

    Jun 09, 2019