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It was all very simple...the Interview questions on this website were almost exactly what they asked me. I felt very prepared walking in. They flew me out for the interview, I arrive to the DPJ office a little bit early so I had to wait. I got introduced to everyone and... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Jun 14, 2022 Had a video interview on Microsoft Teams. Wore a suit and tie. Interview lasted about an hour and was fairly low threat. Started off with tell me about yourself Was informed about pay and benefits, as well as schedule Was asked about any accidents/incidents/legal issues/ check ride failures/ can you fly to Canada and have a valid passport? TMAAT you gave some good customer service TMAAT you experienced complacency and how it changed you / your flying in your experience moving forward... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jun 03, 2022 Followed gouge fairly closely, few technical questions...brief an arrival, approach questions, CRM related questions, HR questions. Relaxing atmosphere, no tricks, study gouge and brush up on IFR technical stuff and you'll do... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 25, 2022 Recruiter made me feel very relaxed and few HR type questions. (view the study guide of this website). Had me explain how I would plan for an IFR flight (weather resources, routes, how I would ensure safety) Gave me a clearance to fly an arrival and asked me to brief it.  Discussed company benefits and offered me a position at the completion of the call. Study the Tech question on this site and be familiar with all symbols on the arrival and departure... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. May 18, 2022 Hr interview. Asked about background, handling difficult situations. How do I deal with stress. Examples of good customer... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. May 18, 2022 1 on 1 Zoom Interview with former Pilot / Recruiter. This was an interview for a FO internship / skill-bridge. I was given an opportunity to ask questions upfront, then asked several question from the study guide. Talked about cross country flight planning. She tied a lot of questions to customer service. TMAT of when you went above and beyond as a flight instructor. Tell me about an emergency. We talked about benefits and flight schedules before wrapping up the interview. Total time 1... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. May 17, 2022 Very comfortable interview. Listed gouge generally accurate. Discussed work experience and future aviation goals. Reviewed planning aspects of flight from KBNA to KPDX….(view the study guide of this website).  Safety first….Read Metars and TAF + full route clearance….briefed arrival and approach to 19L….Covered taxi charts….Questioned about V1 cuts, critical engine aerodynamics….They are looking for good CRM abilities, caring customer service... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. May 16, 2022 Interview was very pleasant. Followed the gouge pretty well. For me, the focus was more on technical questions as opposed to HR questions. The HR portion lasted at most 20 minutes and the remaining hour was mostly technical. Questions were scenario based. Essentially walked thru an entire flight. Read the METAR and TAF at our departure field and was asked how to deal with a thunderstorm in the area. Briefed a SID using a NAS plate, as well as a STAR and ILS approach into PDX. Weather was... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. May 09, 2022 Awesome recruiter. Asked me if I had any questions prior to starting the interview. Asked about my experience up to this point (aviation and non-aviation related). Introduced herself and talked about the company (benefits/money/flight time). Started by asking about my experience as a CFI. What I liked and disliked. Talked about planning an x-country, what would I pay attention to? Weather, winds, routes. Had to brief a departure, an arrival, and an instrument approach. Had to write down an... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. May 09, 2022 The first interview is HR. It’s a basic “tell me about yourself”, a few TMAAT scenarios,, then you write down and read back an IFR clearance. (view the study guide of this website).  The second interview is a technical with another pilot. They were all TMAAT scenarios, mostly passenger/customer oriented, one question was actually flight oriented. YMMV as I have prior King Air time. The team did an excellent job at conducting the interview. They made it feel relaxed... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Apr 29, 2022 My experience was quite different than others because my recruiter was only 2 weeks in to current position. Zoom meeting lasted almost 2 hours and we went over everything from everything to do from flight planning, went over approach, departure, and arrival charts. Talked about engine-out procedures and what makes a critical engine, decoding METAR and TAF, aircraft systems of what I currently fly including engine model numbers and descriptions. It was a good experience and excited to... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Luke V
    (Hired at Wheels Up)

    I was hired because of it. I felt like I could accurately prepare for my specific interview rather than other vague prep courses.

    May 29, 2022