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Was put up in the Holiday Inn the day before the interview and flew in around 4pm the day prior. Hotel does have a shuttle just make sure to call when you land and they will give you an estimate as to how long of a wait.  Hotel does run a shuttle to the Mall of America as well. Shuttle to Sun Country runs on the 15 and 45 but you have to schedule it with them. They are not always running. My interview was at 12:00pm so I took the 11:15 shuttle which worked out nice being that the HQ was only 2 mins from the hotel. Was able to knock out Hogan before the interview was even supposed to begin. Deb was very... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jul 22, 2021 Very kind and inviting group. At no point did I get the vibe they were trying to make people feel on edge. They flew me up to interview via SY and I flew home on a UAL flight. Everyone from the cabin crew on my flight up to the peripheral staff were pleasant to deal with. The interview is the classic HR/TMAAB type questions. The cog test will make you want to take a nap when you are done but is not too bad. I was fortunate to meet everyone from the chief pilot to the C-suite. Great overall... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jul 22, 2021 Overall interview was as advertised with the rest of the reviews. Folllow the questions outlined on this site and you will be fine. Company seems great, very much about the pilot and how to make our lives easier. Very welcoming and open. I had 2 pilots and an individual from HR in the interview. They made it a comfortable atmosphere with straight forward questions. Was not asked any technical questions mostly just a TMAAT based... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jul 21, 2021 The interview process was almost exactly as I had read on here and heard from a friend. It started with turning in our paperwork, finger prints and photos. We then had a presentation from the chief pilot about the company. We convened in the company break room and began the interview process. I interviewed with two other pilots and we rotated through the events. I started with the cognitive test while another did the HR interview and another went over paperwork and then we would switch.... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jul 21, 2021 Similar to everyone else's experience. We showed up in the morning for fingerprinting, badging, background checks. We then were given a company presentation by the chief pilot. Then it was the HR and cognitive tests. They ask you to "bring to life" your resume and experience. The WWYD questions I thought were pretty realistic and might be situations you'd run into on the line. There's no wrong answer, there's just a lot of factors that go into making that decision. I think they... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jun 22, 2021 Interview closely followed recent interviews. Very open and welcoming environment. They're happy to have you bring your luggage to the facility and leave it in the foyer with the security team (this is discouraged in some interview prep books). Arrived at 7:40 on a Tuesday AM and was greeted by the pilot hiring lead. She is very welcoming and kind. Met the Chief Pilot as he entered the building - also very welcoming. After badging/fingerprinting, a member of the hiring team took our logbooks... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Jun 15, 2021 Great overall experience. From the moment I walked in I felt welcomed and at ease. Everyone I met on the day of my interview was kind and carried a very positive, optimistic attitude. By the time I walked out of the building I felt energized and very excited to have a shot at being a part of this company. The interview process is just like others have been saying on this site. You begin with checking in at the front desk, turning in your logbooks and doing a little paperwork in the... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Jun 09, 2021 Very friendly staff. Have all of your paperwork and logbooks organized as soon as you arrive where they will be collected. Be honest and sincere in the interview, easy questions, just getting to know you. For the cognitive test you will be shown words and symbols early on and then tested to recall right away. Don’t forget them because they will test your memory again about a half hour... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Jun 09, 2021 Similar to the others posted. The flew me up about 3 weeks ago, interviewed the next day. Hotel was just south of MSP. Uber voucher to get to the office. Everyone in the process was very friendly and helpful. There were four of us going through it. Started with fingerprints and some admin. Then a brief intro to the company. Went to a common area to wait for the two phases of the interview 1.) Cognitive, 2.) HR. Cognitive was interesting, a series of Lumosity-style tests, helpful to utilize... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. May 26, 2021 The interview process was as friendly and welcoming as other gouges on here talk about. My day started with fingerprints and a paperwork/logbook review. As that was being looked over, the other candidate and I were brought into the chief pilots office and given a 45 minute presentation of the company, training schedule, and opportunities they have for different types of flying. Once that was complete, we were split up. I went and took a cognitive test on a computer which consisted of... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. May 26, 2021 My interview experience mimics all others. Very positive and optimistic group of people at headquarters. The interview portion seems to be more about getting to know you and your decision making process more than grilling you on technical items. Asked basic ‘what would you do’ scenarios. Cognitive test just takes a good amount of focus, very... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Gill T
    (Hired at Sun Country)

    As advertised!

    Jun 25, 2021