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Read Page 1 ... to start the interviews with the zip codes that are furthest away so they can start sending people to their flights, but even so they try to wrap up the day and get everyone out by 1400. I made several new friends and was genuinely happy with the entire interview process. My in person interview was 2 on 1, with a Captain and an HR manager. They were both extremely nice and gracious. There were no gotcha questions, mine was a little more technical than what I heard from some of the others. I was asked to read an ATIS and brief an approach and whether I could land based off that ATIS (considering being both before and after the final approach fix), what if I saw the approach lights, and what did I need to land. I nailed all my answers and even went into derived alternate minimums and the Captain seemed pleased with all of it.  Also, they did have my aircraft specs for what I fly now and... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jun 01, 2023 Gouge is spot on. Was asked questions about leadership style, study the gouge and have good stories and scenarios ready to go. Technical questions were all directly from the Jepp plates with some They’re all very nice and it was a great... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jun 01, 2023 Relaxed interview. Go early, at least 30 min before, they will send you to a room with the other candidates and check all your documents. After that you will go to another room, you will watch a small power point presentation about the merge with JetBlue , the new training facility and some plans for the future. Study this gouge and you will be fine. Some HR questions " Tell me about the time....." Just relax , smile and answer the questions. Technical questions, easy, study Jepp... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jun 01, 2023 The gouge is spot on. I showed up 30 minuets early and was placed in a holding room until they started reviewing documents. We were taken out one by one and had every document reviewed and updated before grabbing a snack and headed to a conference room. All 22 of us were then given a presentation by an assistant chief pilot of the company for about 45 minuets. He informed us by next month, Spirit will increase their class size from 98 to 150 per month. The next 4 hours, 4 interviewees were... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jun 01, 2023 Initial document review and then take a seat and wait. I was called reasonably early in the process initially why Spirit moving forward 5 TMAT question and 15 technical question similar questions to the gouge very straight forward after back to trivia and they let us all go. No one revived offers during our session as they where under... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. May 31, 2023 I was offered the interview after paying for my own ATP/CTP the week prior. 15 minute interview. Very easy. TMAAT questions, (view the study guide of this website).  It was the easiest technical I've done in 5 airline interviews. 3 questions from 3 charts - Landing distance available, speed restrictions, what are the ILS minimums? The interview felt like a formality. They are trying to hire 150 a month so your odds are good! All the employees were very nice and I was impressed with the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. May 25, 2023 The other experiences are spot on. This was probably one of the more laid-back and enjoyable interview experiences I've ever had in aviation. Don't be shy! Talk to the other pilots, it will help you and them relax plus the diverse experience pool is interesting. There were about 30 in our morning session with pretty big spreads in age and experience. We were at a different building that was smaller than some of the other write-ups with a smaller conference room. Same format: an asst chief... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. May 25, 2023 Phone interview to go over Docs and “why Spirit”. In person was as others have said. Quite a few rapid fire HR questions followed by a short technical portion. Airport signage, basic scenario based descent planning, a SID, and a scenario involving a metar and an ILS. The whole experience was very... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. May 25, 2023 Phone call interview, and in person interview for a 1 week later and just HR questions and TMAAT questions and some technical, Just follow the gouges and you will be... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. May 25, 2023 Very good and friendly enviroment! Arrived 30 minutes before the afternoon interviews... maibe 15 candidates in a room.... some explanations about company and merge with Jetblue! After I went to a room for check of documents by a HR and a FO and questions ( tell me a time and some easy technical). Be preparad to this question" why Spirit?"! After it return to the initial room for a trivia... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. May 25, 2023 Interview process was pretty forward. The entire staff were very pleasant people. Had about 24 in our interview group. You’ll have about an 1hr presentation with the group then you’ll be pulled out of the class to do individual interview which consists of a few HR questions and a few technical questions. Make sure to review how to brief Jepp plates, STARs, SID and airport signage. Know how to read a metar and taf. The metar I received was a little bit unusual because we... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Sergio M
    (Hired at Spirit Airlines)

    The more information the better when interviewing!

    May 29, 2023