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No surprises here. As advertised, the interview is exactly what is listed on this website, worth every penny, even if it's just to put you at ease. We had a very large interview group of 38 people, which surprised me, but when you start lining up around 0730, I started trying to meet everyone. They opened the doors around 0800, started with a company introduction/presentation on a projector. Take good notes! They then went around the room and introduced themselves and had each candidate introduce themselves, providing your name, where you live, aircraft you are currently flying, and then one thing that isn't on your resume. Pay attention, and show interest in the others, they are likely going to be your sim partners! After that they were calling us back to begin our fingerprinting. Make sure you bring to the interview all of your pilot licenses, medical, passport, logbooks etc. They do try... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Apr 08, 2021 Mine was 30 minutes, if you read the question guide here you will not be surprised. CP asked some RVSM related questions and fuel requirements questions, also some chart questions. They were very friendly and the did their best to make me fell... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Apr 06, 2021 I applied a little over a year ago around the time everything shut down. Then updated my application and resume when I heard they were going to start hiring again. Had a friend email my resume into hiring along with a LOR. 2-3 weeks later I got an email for a phone interview. The phone interview was very casual and lasted about 10 minutes. They asked why Spirit and wanted to confirm the flight times on my resume. Later that night I received and email to schedule the webcam interview. I... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Apr 01, 2021 I will start with the phone screen. It was a very friendly conversation where the beginning was just confirming the entries I submitted were correct with regards to logbook times, current employer, etc. Then after that, a couple HR questions. The vibe I got was that they want people who do varied activities in their free time to show that you have outside interests which will make you a fun addition to the family at Spirit. I was told I would hear back whether it was a positive or negative... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Mar 25, 2021 Interview was virtual. Very relaxing and laid back. It’s 1 HR and a base Chief. Lasted about 45 minutes total. The review your paperwork and documents via webcam. After questions begin. HR started... (view the study guide of this website).   Then Chief questions.   Read a SID from BOG and STAR from SEA. Basic data. A few more but mostly all... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Mar 22, 2021 The new interview process was done via Microsoft Teams. I used my laptop because I knew from all the online meetings I've had to be in lately, it would work with no issues. When I first got the email invite for the interview, I was asked to schedule a quick phone interview. I would call this a prescreening interview. It was about 10-15 mins just verifying who I was, explaining why Spirit, and to ask a few more questions to get to know you. I got an email the next day to schedule my Video... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 22, 2021 I received an email about 2.5 weeks after submitting my application to do a phone interview. They scheduled that with me for 3/15. I talked to a lady from HR. She asked me a few questions, (view the study guide of this website).  Then she told me about herself and everything going on at Spirit. It was scheduled for 30 minutes but only lasted 15. Very laid back and easy conversation. I received another email that day to schedule an interview over Microsoft Teams. I completed the... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Mar 22, 2021 First phone interview. They scheduled that with me. I talked to a sir from HR. He asked me a few questions about myself very chill. Then we talked about everything going on at Spirit. Very laid back and easy conversation. I received another email after that day to schedule an interview over Microsoft Teams. I completed the interview on 3/22. It was with the same HR sir and a chief pilot. Started by asking for all my documents (through the camera), then asked me to tell them about myself.... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Mar 22, 2021 Overall a quick and easy process. After submitting my application, immediately was asked to take their Gallup Test. After a week or so, I was invited to do their phone interview. Very easy 30 minutes, just wanting to get to know you, your background, and why you want to go to Spirit. Very friendly, want you to feel comfortable. Once the phone call was finished, I was invited to do their video interview. This was on Microsoft Teams, so make sure you have the app installed, and test out your... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Mar 03, 2021 I applied and did my phone interview before COVID. I got an email in late February of this year inviting me to a video interview. It was just like everyone on here says. (view the study guide of this website).  Everything else is exactly how... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Feb 24, 2021 My interview was done via Microsoft Teams after almost a year delay due to Covid-19. It took about 45 minutes and the first 5 minutes were documents review. All HR and technical questions asked were on this site already so no surprises. Very relaxed and easy going interview. Got the call the next day extending a CJO assuming logbook and background check is all good. Got scheduled for a visit to HQ to do the logbook check along with background paperwork. Overall, just be yourself, respecful,... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Athanasios F
    (Hired at Spirit Airlines)

    Biggest advantage was the interview gouges, and the HR question banks and technical questions banks were very useful.

    Apr 08, 2021