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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. Aug 21, 2020 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

  2. Aug 20, 2020 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

  3. Aug 19, 2020 Interview was very relaxed, Gouge tech questions on this forum were pretty much spot on. Started off with HR for approximately 25-30 Min. Spoke about the future of the company and what to look forward to. They are swamped with Applications and are trying to develop a way to keep pilots staying onboard with them for the long haul so to speak and not just jumping back ship especially recently furloughed 121 such as myself. Remember to take responsibility for any previous Busts. Experience with... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Virtual interview lasted about one hour. Tech portion was first, and it followed the guide provided on this site. The captain doing the interview asked some questions then went through some of the airport/approach/departure/arrival charts they provided when they scheduled the interview. Regarding crosswinds during circling, the captain was concerned that an overshooting wind would lead to an overbank situation, which would lead to a stall. His preference was to fly faster until... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Great experience. The interview was short and to the point. Looking forward to working with such a great group of... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Great interview experience. They want to make sure your personality and values line up with that of DPJ, this type of flying and customer service interaction isn't for everyone. The questions on the study guide are spot on, so study those. I was asked some questions about circling to land (which when is that last time you actually circled to land flying 121?), so be sure to review circling procedures. Other than that, super laid back and straight forward. They are hiring pilots for... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Interview was conducted via zoom (wear what you'd wear to a face-to-face interview) by HR and a line Captain, both very friendly and welcoming. Talked about he company and the merger with WheelsUp. They want to make sure you're a good fit for the company, personality and professionalism is key. Very straight forward, just study the questions here and you'll do great. I was asked a scenario based question, (view the sim/scenario section of this website0.  They talked about a stall... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Same as everyone else’s experience. Super nice people. They just want to get to know you. Technical is easy. Jepp chart questions on this... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Nothing to add to all the other great info on this... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. The gouge is spot on. Started with a brief rundown of the company including the Wheels Up merger (no new info really), suppose to merge maybe sometime next year. HR questions and TMAAT questions.  Then the technical we went through each chart you're given. (view the study guide of this website).  That was about it, pretty easy for the most... Continue reading this interview experience

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

    Everything was spot on!

    Aug 25, 2020