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I had to do a skype interview because of how far away I live from CT. Then interview went relatively well, he started of with just basic HR questions and then we talked about several different approach plates. (view the study guide from this website).  Overall the interview was very easy... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Mar 24, 2022 The interview was straight forward and casual. Dan asked me pretty simple questions and wanted to know what my background was. We spoke about air spaces approach plates and what the job at Tradewind would... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 22, 2022 The interview was fantastic. Dan called me the day before the interview and asked pretty general questions.  (view the study guide of this website).   After he gave me a brief on the company, we scheduled a zoom meeting the next day. To get ready for the interview, do your research on Tradewinds, and study your approach plates and Departure procedures. The questions on this site are pretty accurate to the interview... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Mar 16, 2022 They called me the day I entered my application. Talked with Dan, extremely friendly and wanted to know a little about me and what I knew about Tradewind. Then was given an interview. Interview was extremely enjoyable and very relaxed. Asked most the questions on here. Was givin a sim date but haven’t gone... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Mar 16, 2022 Interview experience was great. Focus on instrument questions during the technical... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Mar 13, 2022 Interview was very straight forward. Have IFR knowledge and follow the strategies/tips on this website and you will be successful! Dan was my interviewer and he was super laid back and made you feel relaxed right from the beginning. He is the one that will call you and schedule the virtual interview. If that is successful, you will be invited to OXC to fly a simulator and do a few approaches. So, ensure you are instrument... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Feb 16, 2022 First phone call was pretty straight forward. He asked a few questions on whether I knew about to company and whay are my goals as a pilot. Then we scheduled a video interview. The Questions I were asked were very much IFR related. A lot if not most of the questions are on this page. The Questions on the study guide are pretty accurate. Once done with the video interview we scheduled a Sim session.  (view the Sim/Scenario section in the study guide of this website). ... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Feb 10, 2022 Great experience, I felt really comfortable during the whole interview process.This page really helped me alot, everything is here on the technical, make sure you know all your IFR stuff, how to read a SID,Approach. Also make sure you know all symbols on the IFR en-route chart.  Then Sim, (view the Sim/Scenario section in the study guide of this website). ... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Dec 07, 2021 The first stage of the interview process is a quick 20-25 minute phone call with a Tradewind recruiter. Simple questions to just get to know you as a pilot and for you to get to know a little about the company. Next step is the technical interview which is done over video chat. Brush up on your instrument knowledge from regulations to reading approach plates. Once that is complete, you will schedule your simulator evaluation in Connecticut. As already described, (view the sim/scenario... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 08, 2021 Technical/HR portion of the interview was fairly straight forward but very heavy on IFR knowledge. Know your takeoff minims and how you would fly a SID. Be ready to pick up mock clearances and apply them to a departure scenario. As for the SIM, no difficult approaches or emergencies were presented but of course as others have mentioned, use your trim. Specifically it needs a lot of nose up trim when reducing power. If you have flown desktop or any sim before it shouldnt be an issue, they... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Sep 22, 2021 Nice interview View the Sim/Scenario section of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Tristan R
    (Hired at TradeWind Aviation)

    Easy to navigate and has interview information to many companies. Helped me land my new job!

    Nov 23, 2021