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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. Nov 22, 2021 Interview is exactly how people say it is. Very relaxed environment. Actual interview felt like a conversation and not an... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 22, 2021 It was a good experience. The recruiting team does a good job of taking the pressure down so the only stress you feel is self imposed. This is a complete guess but if you come from a reputable 121 company your technical portion will be more straight forward. I didn’t get any plates or charts. Also, standard TMAAT and WWYD questions that if you have done interview prep with anyone should be like batting practice fast balls. Asked about spin recovery techniques and EET (I have a bunch... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 18, 2021 I interviewed at the Spirit headquarters. It was an abbreviated version of the interview, I believe they have this offered for people local to the south Florida area. The interview lasted just 45 minutes with one HR person and one Pilot switching back and forth between questions. Most of the HR questions were from the gouge. The technical questions were very straightforward. I got asked questions about the SEA 16 approach pertaining to minimums after reading the weather, when you could or... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 12, 2021 Started off intro to company, introductions from all who was there. They then start calling people back to room for interviews, will Be HR Person/recruiter and either line pilot of chief pilot. Meanwhile rest of group who is waiting continues to get to know each other while, they break you into team to play games. Standard HR questions and few technical... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 12, 2021 Extremely accurate gauge. .Meet at the hotel lobby (make sure you start talking with other candidates and put away your phone) . Company presentation. About 30 min . Company trivia games ( just have fun and interact with others ) no need to study for this. . At some point they will call you for your interview, HR and technical all in one. HR questions, (view the study guide of this website).  At some point here they will ask you couple questions , no more than 3 minutes , and... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 12, 2021 One of the best interview experiences I’ve ever had. Showed up about 30 minutes early and chatted with the other candidates in the hotel lobby. They called us into the presentation room and everyone introduced themselves. We watched a few video presentations and then they started calling people back. In the meantime, those that were waiting played games and chatted. It’s a very relaxed setting. The interview it’s self was very straightforward, no “gotcha”... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Nov 12, 2021 The gouges here are spot on. Everyone from NK team was super welcoming and they’ve set relaxed, stress free atmosphere. The individual interview was mostly HR, the technical portion were questions regarding the approach plate - MSA, MORA, holding. While waiting for the turn to do interviews we were playing group games - 2 truths and a lie, charades, trivia on NK history and NK... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Nov 12, 2021 As with everyone else there were no surprises. To start with everyone introduced themselves followed by a 30 min presentation by a Chief Pilot. For the next 3 hrs we played games while a few of us at a time were pulled out for individual interviews. My interview was about 30 min, with most of it over typical HR questions. Just a couple of technical questions about a departure chart and approach chart. The Spirit team is very nice from start to finish. I hadn't had a lot of luck getting... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Nov 12, 2021 Good gouge the only question that was worded different was tell me about the hardest decision you have ever had to make during a... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Nov 12, 2021 Make sure you prep good. (view the study guide of this website). I wasn’t handed any charts but other candidates were. Typical TMAAT and WWYD.  These types are questions are subjective to you so just come in knowing a few things that you’d mention if asked. Don’t be canned. Be relaxed and yourself. It’s a fun experience... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Paul C
    (Hired at Spirit Airlines)

    Good information for the upcoming interview. Information about process, successful interviews and ease of access.

    Nov 18, 2021