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Read Page 1 ... friendly and appreciates when you have everything neatly prepared for her. Do not forget to tab logbook and fill out PRIA docs for each previous airline. You might have to make more copies of the documents. Was brought into a waiting room where the Hogan began. My best advice for it is to just answer the questions honestly and without too much thought. The more you think about them the more likely you are to make a mistake. After the test was walked into another room with a 3 panel interview (HR, Pilot, and a captain from the Chief Pilot's Office) Received a brief intro to the company and benefits before the actual... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jan 05, 2021 Previous information is spot on. I had a morning interview and was the only interviewee--apparently the other individual couldn't make it for whatever reason. This was a low-threat interview, with no technical information. I handed over my logbooks first thing then met with the Chief pilot and received a brief about the company and was given a tour of the office. I then went into the interview with a line pilot and HR rep. I was asked to summarize my resume and bring it to life. The... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Dec 03, 2020 As the other applicants have said the interview is conducted by 3 pilots and a member from H.R. They started talking about the company, future growth plans, and and outlook for next year, after that we were sent to do the cognitive test, (they send you some I formation beforehand for you to review) but the test is not complicated and can’t really prepare for it. The interview conducted by the pilots and H.R were about your background, as well as explaining things in your resume. Also a... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 16, 2020 From beginning to end, the application and interview processes were as comfortable as possible, with excellent communication from the company leaving no question what they expect from you. The company has the important focus points of leadership, teamwork, and customer service. The question bank here serves as a fantastic guide to help prepare for the interview. The cog test is challenging, but offers the company valuable insight into your processing and reactions. There's no way to study,... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 16, 2020 The interview process was very smooth. I showed up a bit early and was greeted by very friendly personnel and one other candidate. As stated, they collect your logbooks. For the military types out there, I brought my pilot training reports and clearly spelled out on a separate document which hours were being counted where. They had no issues with my methods. After a brief discussion with the Chief Pilot, we toured the building and met some key players. Throughout this whole time, everyone... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 03, 2020 Amazing experience. You start with meeting the chief pilot, Todd. He will give you the history of the company, as well as future goals. You will then receive a tour of the facility, to include fingerprinting. You will then either get an HR panel (no tech questions during my interview), or the cognitive test. There is no way to study for the cognitive test. It simply tests reflex times and memory. This was one of the most pleasurable interview experiences I’ve... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Oct 29, 2020 Very laid back process. Day started with an intro by the Chief Pilot with a powerpoint presentation. Interview panel was 3 pilots and 1 HR rep. Cog test takes about 45 minutes as well. Everyone was extremely accommodating. Interview was ~15-20 questions and the majority were "What would you do" and a couple TMAAT. No technical questions or approach/arrival briefs. It seemed like a "whole person" concept. They want to get to know you, your thought processes, and how you... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Oct 28, 2020 Basically what everyone else said. Started with a presentation with the chief pilot. Lasted about 45 mins then moved on to cognitive test. (The other applicant was taken for HR interview). The cognitive test was very straight forward. No way to study but they do send you a practice test approx 5 days prior to the interview. Once the cognitive test was complete I was finger printed and had my picture taken. I was then moved to the HR Panel which consisted of two people from HR and a line... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 27, 2020 Basically what everyone else said. You go in get finger printed and get badging process done. Then you do an overview of the company and it’s past via PowerPoint. Then you either do the HR/technical portion or cognitive test. The cognitive test was new. It’s simple though. They give you a practice cog test before coming in to see what it is like. You can’t study for it so don’t worry about it. Interview was very laid back. I didn’t get asked any systems from... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Mar 12, 2020 Very simple and straightforward. They paid for a hotel the flight in and 4 uber rides. Nothing tricky just study the gouge. They are looking for good personality not just hours as the guy that also interviewed with me was much more qualified with hours but didn’t get the job. Word on the street is that a new COG test is coming soon but I did not have to do... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Feb 20, 2020 The interview process was pleasant. You get into the building, hand over log books (ensure they are tabbed appropriately) and then wait. You'll get a tour followed by an informational brief with a Q&A. All of this was a great experience. There was no technical, cognitive, or personality test. Some of this will resume in March as they "transition" to a new system. The interview included a pilot and HR rep. Both were really great. The questions were TMAAT for an emergency, a... Continue reading this interview experience

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    Dec 07, 2020