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The recruiting team and staff were all awesome! Friendly, welcoming, and created an enjoyable atmosphere. Below is my experience and perspective. That could, of course, vary depending on recruiters, candidates, and most importantly YOU (study, prep, attitude). I respect their time of contacting me and bringing me out to meet with them so I put great effort into studying, prepping, asking myself if this really is a good fit, and finally, practicing my answers so that they would get and see my BEST (they deserve it based on what they do for the candidates from start to finish). Phone screen (1 hour): Friendly, relaxed, enjoyable. If you are excited, then BE excited and let them get to know the real YOU (personality) and really why you want to work at XO (lifestyle, fit, passion). Talk through your background (personal life mixed with work/resume). Study the highlights of... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. May 26, 2021 All three interviews were either Microsoft Teams or phone conversation (thanks to COVID era). Very low key and non-threatening. Nice HR lady wants to get to know you first... Be ready for standard "tell me about yourself" questions. Next interview is the technical interview which was with an assistant chief pilot. All study questions on this site are spot on. Know 135 specific questions as well, and be ready to pick a Jeppessen approach and brief it. You have to get 80% of the... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Apr 08, 2021 Explain resume: work experience - I tied my experience in with the company values of “entrepreneurial” spirit. Ability to create a new and interesting experience for my student and my company. Explained my check ride failures and what they have taught me and how those failures allowed me to become a stronger leader and safer pilot. Pilot math on: How to make a VDP in general (300ft of altitude per mile of distance) Role play :What would I say to a customer if we had a delay... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Mar 11, 2021 First got called by HR and asked a couple of questions concerning my Resume. Then asked for a board online meeting the next day. Very straight forward and friendly interview. All questions from the bank. No... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Oct 20, 2020 I have only done the phone screen part so far. A super nice guy, Global 5000 Captain, Lead Pilot Recruiter called me Friday and we set up a phone interview on Tuesday. He said to expect 10 questions from the FAR/AIM. His email address and signature block say "XOJet" but they have merged with VistaJet. He said to look at their website, I should have studied it harder because I mostly studied XOJet's interview prep. It did serve me well with all the technical questions were the... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Aug 02, 2020 Pretty much what everyone else has stated. It was an hr or so long get to know you and your back ground some tech questions that are listed here and some what would you do questions. Will contact back in 7-10 days about where we go from here. They are also now doing online meeting for the big interview instead of flying you to Florida for a face to... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Jul 28, 2020 All of the other reviews are still spot on even though now it's being done virtually. I got a call on a Friday morning to see if I was available the coming Tuesday to do a virtual interview. I received a schedule for my interview day on that Friday afternoon. My first panel was the technical, it was very laid back and they made me feel at ease. Expect to brief an approach that has a few gotcha's and then have a somewhat realistic but at the same time not realistic scenario to explain on... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Jul 24, 2020 First interview call was with an H.R. lady over the phone. Typical HR questions. Was told if I did ok they would move forward and I’d hear back. About 7 days later I received an email explaining the next phase on being hired. The next phase would include technical questions, etc. Interviewed with a Challenger Capt. Very friendly asked me they same question as listed on AviationInterviews.  Several random questions were asked. Went over resume. Honestly I did not have a good... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Jun 16, 2020 Standard interview questions as mentioned in many of these gouges. Special position for a managed account so interview was with Global Chief Pilot and other management personnel on video interview.  WWYD questions. (view the study guide of this website). Very unique position with limited interviews so left out personal demographics that could identify... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. The recruiting team and staff were all awesome! Friendly, welcoming, and created an enjoyable atmosphere. Below is my experience and perspective. That could, of course, vary depending on recruiters, candidates, and most importantly YOU (study, prep, attitude). I respect their time of contacting me and bringing me out to meet with them so I put great effort into studying, prepping, asking myself if this really is a good fit, and finally, practicing my answers so that they would get and see my... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Most answers and experiences here were right on. Be yourself, study regs, practice answering common HR questions. Practice answering questions about yourself, your experiences, TMAATs (flying, customer service, above and beyond, unusual client request/situation and how you handled it). Be able to talk about who you are, what you have done, and how you would make decisions. Let them get to know YOU! They want to know you and want to hire you unless you give them a reason not to. The company... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Robert R
    (Hired at XOJET)

    Up to date feedback from prior interviewees!

    Dec 16, 2019