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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. Jan 06, 2022 Pretty simple and short interview. 20 minutes. Started by explaining how I got into aviation and then my prior jobs. Got asked about any check ride failures and what was learned from that. Got asked how much IFR experience I have (they would like to see a lot of actual IFR experience). Then they had me pull out my iPad and brief the Ruudy 6 departure. Make sure to emphasize the hard altitude of 1500 at Wentz and how you’ll have that altitude bugged before takeoff. After briefing that... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jan 06, 2022 Interview prep information was helpful. The interview was very conversational with many questions from the prep material. Standard items - HR questions, Why Wheels up - What do you know about them etc, Experience, ratings, medical, passport, IFR questions around alternates, weather, planning, and stablized approaches. One area that surfaced during the interview that was not explicitly called out in the prep was around training - the interviewer was interested in learning more about my... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jan 04, 2022 The interview was very stress free. More about sharing the company need and expectations and aligning them with candidates willing to meet them. Understanding that the work environment is ever changing and customer service an important component of the position emphasized. At the end of the interview, a few technical questions were asked. I created flash cards with the questions in the interview prep and went over responses with a professional pilot friend. This was very helpful. She... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Dec 31, 2021 I did not have a standard interview. The interview lasted just about 1 hour. Recently, I retired from flying Part 121 international; but would like to continue to fly. Most of my interviews were questions about the aircraft operations and working in a Part 135 environment. My worry is about going from an airline operation with dispatchers, flight planning and flight following to a do it yourself environment. We talked about my transition and how I would learn to adapt. I had a pleasant... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Dec 21, 2021 MS Teams interview with talent acquisition & HR (HR was only there to observe). Interview was pretty straight forward following the same format and questions that are listed on this site. The main focus is customer service and ensuring you and the company on the same page as what customer service entails. I studied the tech gouge here but was asked to brief entirely different procedures. For me it was KIAH: DRLLR FIVE, RNAV 26R, walk through the taxi diagram for a taxi to the ramp... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 30, 2021 Meeting over Teams, started with HR. All the HR questions in the interview were basically covered in the gouge. That covered most of the interview. Last bit was technical. Asked about my experience since I'm relatively low time, especially turbine. Know how to brief everything they provide. I was given Ruudy6 and ILS 6 in to TEB as well as the MUSCL arrival at MSP, all Jepp plates. Just asked me about the Ruudy6, asked me about V speeds on takeoff, accelerate go/stop reasoning. Asked me if I... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Aug 19, 2021 My interview was through Teams and took around twenty minutes. I was given three documents prior to the interview: an ILS approach, STAR and SID. The majority of the interview centered around the company and what they offer. I was asked two questions regarding my prior 135 experience. The questions were TMAATW in format and briefed the SID. It is important to note any speed or altitude restrictions on the... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Aug 04, 2021 Super casual interview experience, they basically just want to get to know you and make sure you understand what the job will be like and understand the company. The recruiter went on to discuss exactly what training would look like. He also took the time to answer all the questions I had. Despite my very low multi-engine experience the recruiter was confident I would do well in training and convinced the rest of the folks involved with hiring to give me a shot, so if you've got valuable... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. To be honest the interview was very relaxing, first I entered the building and signed in than I was greeted a hr person and we went over some paper work after that I was told to wait outside and they will call me in, so they called me in for a short hr portion which was basically getting to know you thing, also how good your customer service skills are and the type of person you are, so we went over some basic hr questions which were very easy going and then I was told to do the technical... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Interview was straight forward. No tricks or games. The gouge on this website is spot on. They do a good job making you feel comfortable and relaxed. Started off with the HR portion and talking about the Wheels Up merger. They are interested in coming up with new benefit packages to keep pilots from leaving. The HR questions were all familiar because of the questions that are on here. That followed with the technical portion, again the same questions that are on here were asked, just be... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: David B
    (Hired at Delta Private Jets)

    Everything was spot on!

    Aug 25, 2020