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Read Page 1 ... you tab certain events from your flight time. Example: Type Rides, 2,500 Total Time, Total Jet PIC... Make sure to tally up your last 5 years of flight time! This will make your life very easy, if you do not do this ahead of time you will be required to tally up your times in front of them with a piece of notebook paper and a basic calculator. Example: Break down your times as follows. 1 month: PIC and SIC and total time for all aircraft models flown! They will have you add up different times and expect all times will 3 month: " to add up correctly, hence the term Logbook Audit 6 month: ' 9 month: ' 12 month: ' 24 month: ' 36 month: ' 48 month: ' 60 month: ' Logbook auditors will also ask you questions.   HR Interview. TMAT questions,  background questions about school and previous jobs, how can your past job as a lineman help you at SWA? (I pumped fuel for 7 years for corporate aircraft) One of my interviewers noticed I played college football and asked how my discipline from athletics would help me in my aviation career, he happened to play football in college... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Nov 21, 2022 Very casual, relaxed feeling. Interview day is made up more of the tour and then selling you on the company than you will spend in the interview rooms. They want to hire... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 09, 2022 Interview begins with a tour and then is followed with 3 parts. 1) Logbook review- they just go through the requested tabbed sections you'll have in your email and ask about any failures. They are just making sure you are who you say you are. Usually happens quick and it turns into just a discussion. You'll likely be asked why Southwest? 2)HR Panel- sit down with an HR rep and a pilot and they will ask you basic HR questions. Tell us about yourself? Why southwest? TMAAT.... This only lasted... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 09, 2022 Previous reports are pretty spot on. Three part interview with a logbook review, SBQ, and HR panel. Southwest is very welcoming and keeps it pretty laid... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 09, 2022 Such a phenomenal and fun interview experience! We had a great crew interviewing, and the Southwest interview team were above and beyond professional and kind. I would recommend taking the hotel shuttle an hour earlier to the interview; It will help you relax and is a great time to get to know the other pilots you're interviewing alongside. We were high-fiving and cheering each other on when it came time for the interview portions, it was great! The tour was impressive, and literally... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 09, 2022 Very relaxed interview. They call you , They want you. They made me feel part of the Company from the beginning. The interview was divided into three parts.. 1. SBQ. Fuel contamination 90 min in route from LAX to Denver. Message via MCDU.( Or cat lost in the cabin or fuel leak) 2. Human resources questions. Why SW, tell me about you . etc 3. Logbook revision. Please follow the SW check list and put the marks in your logbooks. last 12 ,24,36 months hour. Last 5 years hours. The SW people is... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 08, 2022 Everything that has been posted in the last 90 days is spot on. I did not do any prep except for reading this website. Very relaxing interview experience. I really feel like the job was yours to lose once you showed up. The HR portion was 2-3 TMAAT questions. I was asked to TMAAT I disagreed with a Captain while I was FO and with an FO while I was a Captain. I was asked how it would feel to be starting all over again and having people younger and less experienced than me in the left seat. I... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Nov 08, 2022 This was the best interview experience of my entire life. The interview consists of a guided tour followed by 3 separate interview segments - a 1 on 1 scenario based question season, a 2 on 1 HR panel with a pilot and a non-pilot recruiter, and a 1 on 1 logbook review. (view the Sim/Scenario section in the study guide of this website).  The HR panel consisted of “Why Southwest?” and standard TMAAT questions. They want to hear genuine answers. Standard, canned interview prep... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Nov 08, 2022 The interview was exactly like everyone else is saying here. It was very laid back and they mostly just want to get to know you. The vibe of the interview was that they want you to come work here and they will take care of you and your family in return. No BS and totally transparent. I had an amazing time and got the "congratulations" call from the chief pilot the next... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Nov 07, 2022 The gouge on here is spot on. My first interview session was the HR Panel interview, then the logbook review and then finally the Scenario Based Question. The HR Panel Review was with a SWA FO and an HR rep. They asked a lot of TMAAT questions. Then the logbook review was straightforward, just make sure you have the data they requested. The SBQ was straight forward as well. They just want to see your ADM skills. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Nov 07, 2022 The Reviews are spot on. However, because of my management experience, some of the questions they asked me were turned around and may be different than you will experience. (view the study guide of this website).  The whole experience was delightful and relaxed; this was one of the most enjoyable interviews I have been on. They want you there and want to hire you. They are looking for someone who will continue and enhance their culture. Be yourself, and let that come through in your... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Blake N
    (Hired at Southwest Airlines)

    Interview reports were awesome and gave me a lot of insight into the interview process for each company.

    Nov 08, 2022