aviationinterviews.com

We've Helped 132,000+ Aviation Professionals Prepare for their Interviews!

FREE West Air pilot interview information and gouge

Interview schedule 830AM. I arrived 810am and meet Flight Ops MGR for the interview, it contents 3 parts, first part was a few questions about my background and previous employers, any incidents or accidents... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Interview schedule 830AM. I arrived 810am and meet Flight Ops MGR for the interview, it contents 3 parts, first part was a few questions about my background and previous employers, any incidents or accidents etc. It feels like sharing information more than an actual interview, no pressure at all. The second part was a 25 questions test 121/135 ( alternate, Minimum, DA, MDA, Medical, etc...) The third part was a sim check, (view the sim/scenario section of this website). Everything was going... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Good experience, this site was very helpful highly recommend going through the... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. I can talk about 3 things regarding West Air: the interview, the company, and the job. My interview was in Fresno, CA and took about 2.5 hours. It consisted of 3 parts. The first was an informal discussion with operations director and the chief instructor. I think they mostly wanted to get an idea about personality, verify that you can talk in complete sentences. Friendly discussion about work history, flying experience, etc. The interaction was respectful and professional, I got a positive... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. West Air, Inc - Fresno, CA (FedEx Feeder)  The interview process is a 3 part process that takes about 1.5 to 2 hours: Interview, 25 question written test, and sim ride. It takes place at their Fresno office located at KFAT. You will be emailed ahead with a list of items to bring such as your logbook(s), certificates, driver's license, etc... and what to expect. The interview is with the chief pilot and director of ops. It's very laid back and really more of a get to know you. Perhaps... Continue reading this interview experience