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A very rigorous process. Starts with ATPL/company knowledge multiple choice test. This is followed by a group exercise (pretty standard). Next, if successful so far, comes the... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. May 25, 2022 Interview: Runway layout Flap setting on takeoff (view the study guide and Sim/Scenario section of this website).  1 Decision making question,  Question about my current job Where do you want to be based.  Then... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. May 09, 2022 Basic presentation of the airline ATPL mcq group test, don't be shy but don't talk too much, work as a team, think as a team with your future colleagues HR and technical, basic, show your motivation, be honnest, technical not to difficult SIM : basic IR skills, work also as a team, don't hesitate to give tasks to your PM while thinking, calculating Psycho test on computers, 3-4h long but stay honest in the... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 06, 2022 First part: 60 atpl questions in 60 minutes. Divided in more or less: 10% company questions (most east/nord ecc destination). 40% math and 50% random atpl questions. Severa General navigation questions such as "along a meridinan of longitude 1 degree is equal to: ..." or "in a twin prop engine aircraft with counterclockwise engines which one is the critical engine?". Second part: Group expertise very straight foward. 4 of us, task was to build a Lego car in 20 min. One... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jan 21, 2022 A very rigorous process. Starts with ATPL/company knowledge multiple choice test. This is followed by a group exercise (pretty standard). Next, if successful so far, comes the HR/technical interview which for me was 5% HR, 95% technical interrogation. In my case, as a cadet, it was ATPL knowledge (mainly in depth PoF) however I understand the guys with type ratings were quizzed in depth about current aircraft. The following morning (at 5am!) was the sim check. (view the Sim/Scenario section... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. I applied as an NTR captain. We were shown a presentation then NO ATPL test after that. We were given a group task and weren't able to solve it, but that isn't the objective. Then on to the interview.  Lots of questions about systems. Day two was the simulator evaluation. (view the study guide and sim/scenario section of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Interview consisted of 3 parts over 2 days. Day 1: a.) Computer multiple choice questions based on geometry, logical thinking, ATP questions, technical knowledge b.) Group exercise.  Day 2: Sim session: (view the Sim/Scenario section of this... Continue reading this interview experience