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They fly you in the night before, you stay at a Hilton Garden Inn which is right down the road from Boeing. You will all meet at the Wayne, in the break room at 10 o’clock. Someone will come and get you and take you to the classroom. Very professional atmosphere, they go over the history of the company and where they are going. They give you a quick tour of the facility and then someone will give you a briefing on the sim ride. They also hand you A study guide for the... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. May 06, 2022 There are 2 steps of interview, first is the phone screen and will took about 15 mins asking some question about resume, if HR feels you are ok then he will sent you the email to finish application and the link of zoom interview.The zoom interview is pretty laid back, they try to know you.  All the questions are on this website.  Tell me about your self, if you have any checkride or training failures, please be honest do not lie.  Have you ever flown with difficult crew and... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Feb 24, 2022 It started with a phone call from HR inquiring about my resume and talking a little bit about the company, then questions.  At the end of the call he said that if they chose to move forward with me I would receive an email with instructions for the Skype interview. About two hours later I received the email with a Skype interview set for the 24th. The Skype interview was the manager of HR and the chief pilot. Both were very laid-back and straightforward. They talked about the company,... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 29, 2021 The interview is clearly compliant with anything that you can find on this website. The ambiance is very friendly and is also focused on a thorough presnetation of the quality of life and benefits. Very professional! The gouge is targeting what you need to know. Learn and be confident in your abilities. Looking forward to join the... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Oct 11, 2021 We did a zoom interview. Called and started talking to the ops director, was very calm and easy to talk with, mostly talking about the company and then able to ask him question. After that talked with the director of training, again mostly talked about the company and asked questions about my resume, then I had time to ask question about the training. After that I talked with HR and that was just more about the company and can ask question at that time. In total it lasted 20... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Very laid back relaxed interview with HR, Chief Pilot and Chief of Training on Zoom. Awesome people. Made me feel quite at ease right from the start. Questions were more about my past careers jobs and experience. Tell us why you wish to join WGA. Class of Feb 15 for the 3rd and 4th 747 to be inducted. They explained the paystructure. 17 days out 13 days home Transit to Home not counted in these days 17 days can be extended to 20 With overtime paid. Loss of licence provided. Upgrades... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. It was a online Interview with the Director of Human Resources and the Director of Flight operations. Both very nice guys HR gentlemen started off by introducing himself and the Director of Flight ops and ended it asking questions about my past pay and explained about the benefits and 401k. The Flight Operations gentlemen asked me about my current job which airplane I prefer if I understood that Western Global was not AQP I’m flying overseas he asked me if I needed 121 time but I have... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. My resume was walked in by a close friend of mine, so my situation was fairly unique. There was a video interview, and it was very laid back although I got the impression that it’s important to them that you know the type of flying you’re signing up for. They are very nice people. I was asked some general HR questions, and asked what I know about the company. They offered me the slot a few days... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Attended a pilot recruitment event in MIA that morphed into a job interview. Panel interview, two writtens (one math, one basic ATP stuff), and a sim eval. Panel isn't TMAAT or technical - just be yourself. Writtens are not difficult if you're a current 121 pilot. Consider a few days of casual ATP written test prep if you aren't. Be sure you read the questions. Sim eval is "how well can you fly" not "how well can you fly this type" so just relax and show good handflying... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Very laid back, and professional. No TMAAT, WWYD, or technical questions asked in the panel. Written test, no way really to study for it, you either know it or you don't. Sim Eval. in the MD-11, but its a easy airplane to... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Very laid back, and professional. No TMAAT, WWYD, or technical questions asked in the panel. Written test, no way really to study for it, you either know it or you don't. Sim Eval. in the MD-11, but it's an easy airplane to... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Benjamin S

    Almost every question in the interview was on the study guide

    May 02, 2022