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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. Sep 22, 2022 My Meet the Chiefs event did not have a presentation or trivia. The applicants were called back one at a time based on sign in. I met with one local pilot. He was very laid back and easy to talk to. The interview began with a check of documents and logbooks. First question was “Why Spirit?” After that some basic TMAAT and scenario questions. Then describing a departure and arrival followed by describing some items on an approach plate. Everything was very straightforward. We... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Sep 22, 2022 Attended meet the chiefs event and was hired same day. Follow this guide and interview is a... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Sep 22, 2022 Meet The Chiefs. Checked In and waited in lobby to come in. Two line Pilots performing both HR and Technical questions. Why spirit and TMAAT followed by technical questions on a SID out of Bogota, Calculate Descent and walk through ILS Arc in Guatemala and Alt Takeoff mins out of ATL. Got sent back to the lobby to be called by HR. Job offer on the spot. Read the interview questions and it should be a... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Sep 20, 2022 Very quick process. Played trivia waiting to be called, pay attention and take notes. Show them you want the job and you’ll fit in with their culture. Went to interview with recruiter and CP. recruiter asked maybe 10 TMAAT’s, CP asked maybe 10 Q’s, nothing technical. Wrapped up in maybe 20 mins. I was one of the last slots of the day and they had a very small... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Sep 20, 2022 Very straight forward interview. They want to see you fit the company culture, and you are a valid, safe, current... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Sep 15, 2022 A few TMAAT questions and no technical. Very relaxed. Great atmosphere for an... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Sep 15, 2022 Follow this information already outlined for this company. There is a meeting to discuss the company and the plans for growing. Then opens for questions while waiting to be called in for interview. A few technical questions with HR very simple if you fly the line and read these outlines here. The interview is more HR than anything, know the plane you fly on and just be yourself and... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Sep 08, 2022 Pretty much the same experience as most people have had explained on this website. I used this site to prepare for my interview and it was very helpful. I went to my in person interview at a nearby hotel to FLL. Waited in the lobby until the doors opened to the conference room. Had the opportunity to talk several other pilots interviewing as well. Once seated, there was a short presentation about the company history, training process, benefits, and FAQs. After that we were called in one at a... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Sep 08, 2022 Very relaxed and friendly interview! Brush up technical questions (IFR wx mims, 91.175, runway markings/lights etc) and some scenario based questions (dealing with rude pax , captain not doing checklist etc) I heard from other candidates that they were asked lots of aerodynamic questions (mach tuck, critical mach number etc etc) but was not my case. Good luck to... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Sep 08, 2022 Learn the airport codes for the games while waiting for interview. Brush up on the runway light colors and distance remaining, when an alternate is needed, if needing a takeoff alternate can you return using a CATII.(NO) asked about when to abort after V1 with a blown tire with very little runway remaining high altitude airport and would you take off or abort, and the answer is take off.. you have too little runway to abort, what is needed to land after mda, then TMAAT questions etc.... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Wesley D
    (Hired at Spirit Airlines)

    Good information!

    Aug 31, 2022