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    Jun 07, 2024
    It was 2 person, one was just listening and the other was asking all the questions. It took 2 hours only. went very well, asked about my history, resume, experience, hours, goals. I didn't know something on METAR which they were okay with. (view the study guide of this website).  Everything was from the study...

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    Apr 03, 2024
    Study this study guide … very helpful!! General HR questions. Straight to 2 crm Scenarios. Engine fire 1 hour away from destination and lost comm Some multiengine questions (critical engine) Jepp charts (approach and airport diagram) Alternate minimum 91.175 Speed restriction (below 10,000, above and below bravo, holding restrictions) Difference between turbo and jet engine Swept wings, tuch Mack, shock wave Metar and taf Runway signages It took near 2 hours a lot of...

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    Mar 15, 2024
    SkyWest Pilot Pathway interview, successfully signed up to the program. Still need to do 1600 hours PIC at SkyWest, so an actual class date is far away. Interview was 1.5 hours total, five "tell me about a time" questions from an HR rep, one chair-flying scenario with a current 787 captain. Everybody was very nice, the whole experience was quite...

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    Mar 06, 2024
    Started with introductions and a little tell me about yourself conversations. Then we got into paperwork. Have your checkride dates known and in hand and have your 7. 30, 60, 90, 6 month, and year hour count ready to go. That all was the hardest part by far of the interview. (view the study guide of this website).  Then we did HR questions. Then the final 30-45 mins was just simple technical questions. So if you go over these study guides and scenarios it was literally word for word....

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    Dec 06, 2023
    Study questions were straight forward and from the guide listed know Jepp charts...

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    Nov 02, 2023
    Interviewer was very laid back, he opened by stating there would be 3 portions of the interview: HR, technical, and a CRM scenario, (view the study guide of this website).   Then he showed me two Jeppesen charts an approach and a SID and had me brief them. Finally various Jeppesen chart symbology.  CRM scenario: Passenger has a seizure in the back. What do you do and who do you call? Company called with the yes one business day...

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    Aug 17, 2023
    The interviewer has been with Skywest for 8 years, a super nice and friendly guy. we started off getting to know each other and going through some HR-related questions to get to know me. (view the study guide of this website).  We chatted about that for a few minutes. Then technical portion. This was pretty shallow and more of a conversation than a checkride.  We then looked at 2 jepp charts and he asked me a few symbology questions, visibility on the approach, and FAF for LOC vs...

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    Aug 17, 2023
    The interview was very relaxing and straightforward, First of all just a self introduce how you got into aviation and how you like your current job. Then we went to technical questions like how jet engines started and what is By Pass Air. What happens to airplanes if fly too fast and what is the solution for that? he was really happy with my answers after that we went over some weather and read the TAF like how many times their updates remember some airports TAF for 30 hours. Talk about...

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    Jul 21, 2023
    Interviewer was very nice and helped me to relax some of my nerves. The interview was very similar to what others were saying and I studied according to that. When I asked the interviewer how I compared to other candidates he said I did well but he's not in the position to tell me if I was to get hired or not. About a week later I got an email saying they appreciated the interest but unfortunately I was not...

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    As everyone has said it was a very laid back interview. Started with him talking about who he is and how he got into aviation and then the same with me. We quickly went over paperwork but that was <5 minutes because everything was submitted online beforehand. About 20-30 before the interview he sent 3 pictures, a jepp plate, low enroute chart of DEN, and taxiway signs so I was able to get an idea of what the scenarios may be No "gotcha" questions everything went pretty much as...

  11. Great material, very prepared for interview

    Tobias G

    Hired at SkyWest Airlines Pilot Pathway Program
    There were many questions from my specific company that were on the study guide that helped me plan out how to explain my answers. I found the website very easy to understand and use.

    Logan S Jul 05, 2024