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The interview was rather short and pretty relaxed for the most part. It started with an hour presentation over the company that reviewed how it was started, who runs it, company goals/plans, schedules, pay, and benefits. After the presentation was over, they selected interviewees to either go to a room to sit down with HR first or go to a room to sit down with somebody who will ask you technical questions. The HR part was rather simple as they started by running through my resume and asking me questions about it. After that they asked me HR questions that were exclusively on this site. The HR interview was rather simple and fast as it took only about 5 to 10 minutes. The technical portion was a bit longer and was... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jun 07, 2021 The interview was conducted virtually with two chief pilots and one HR person. The interview was laid back and very much a discussion. The HR lady looked over my resume and asked questions straight off of it. The standard HR questions. The chief pilot then began the technical portion. (view the study guide of this website).  Brief airport signs and markings. Brief Jeppesen ILS approach plate. The best advice I can give you is to study the tech panel guide they send you and this... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Very pleasant and professional. All the interviewers had 20+ years with Atlas. Interview was virtual with video and audio. I wore a suit. They supplied me with 2 pages of material to prepare with. METAR/TAF, PROG CHARG, APPROACH PLATE. I studied these in detail for a couple of hours. Some obscure data that has to be looked up. They seem more interested in my resourcefulness in finding answers than my memory. Very practical. Asked some procedures about my current AC. Basic scenario... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. They send you study material the day before. METAR, TAF, JEPP plate, prog chart. Plenty of time to look up the obscure details. They're making sure your resourceful rather than recall everything. The interviewers were all nice, interesting people with more than 20 years with the company. Know your current aircraft procedures and systems to a normal degree. Be honest. Follow the guide on this site. It's very... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. HR - Nothing out of the ordinary. Interview was laid back and examiners were very nice. Around 20-25 mins.   Tech - Studied up on gauge, but interviewer asked a little more. Interviewer mentioned they are trying to ask you questions that you are not prepared for, and want to see how you react to it. Around 1hr 15 mins.  (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. I applied back in March, and I was not contacted for an interview until the end of July. Overall, my experience with the interview group at Southern/Atlas was great. I am currently an FO at a regional, but applied in hopes of changing things up a bit. The HR interview was very straight forward, and I don't think I was asked a single question that isn't currently on this site. The tech interview consisted of many questions from the gouge. They will absolutely want you to have a firm knowledge... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. At the time of writing this I have received an email from Southern Air stating I successfully completed the interview process and have been placed in the hiring pool. They expect to notify me of class dates within the next few weeks to a month.  The Process: I received a phone call from Atlas/Southern Air about a week after submitting my resume. There are 3 portions to the Atlas/Southern Air interview process at present: 1) Company Presentation 2) HR Panel 3) Tech Panel. All 3 portions... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Interview is nonspecific to Southern, also Read the Atlas experiences also to get the most complete information! Relatively straightforward experience similar to other recent Southern and Atlas posters. HR questions were nothing out of the ordinary from any other aviation interview.  (view the study guide of this website).  Technical interview was very similar to the Southern and Atlas study guides on here. We briefly talked about the ice protection on my airplane. Some decision... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Standard interview. Just study the gouge and you’ll be fine. Friendly folks and very laid back. It was conducted online bc of the virus and I was told i will hear back in a week or so. All in all, it was one of the better conducted interviews and they want to hire a lot of... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Started with the mandatory company presentation. It reviewed company structure, benefits, and lifestyle. This was completed via video conference software and did not require candidates to turn on their cameras or microphones. Questions were answered via a textual chat. A week later I did my HR and Tech Panel interviews. Both were very friendly and laid back, as others have stated. The HR panel covered standard HR questions. They tried to relate a lot of the questions to my background which... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Very laid back. A training captain and chief pilot conducted the hr portion. Questions were straight forward based on your back ground. No tmaat questions. The technical part basically followed the study guide they send you. Straight forward as... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Taito A
    (Hired at Southern Air)

    It helped a lot to prepare me for the technical interview and I was able to read recent interview stories of other applicants.

    Oct 21, 2020