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Date Interviewed: December 2004
Summary of Qualifications: Commercial AMEL, 135 exp, 1460TT, 220ME, 170 TurbinePIC
Were you offered the job? No
Pilot Interview Profile:

Latest post is very accurate, however..... The chief pilot had not even read my application before the interview which wasted my money and time. I was not given a position because of my amount of actual instrument, which was on the application. Bottom line is that they are probably a good company, but not very considerate. If they invite you for an interview, make them pay for it. I wasted my time and about $900 dollars. Disappointing to say the least.

Date Interviewed: November 2004
Summary of Qualifications: ATP, CFI, CFII, MEI, 1800 total, 400 multi, 70 jet
Were you offered the job? Yes
Pilot Interview Profile:

Interview started at 8:00am in the corporate office in Hyannis, MA. Got there a bit early, started to chat and be friendly with the people working in the front office area while I was waiting (this is important because by doing this..you are showing you are a personable and likeable person through all aspects of the company). Then met the chief pilot and the ops manager, they are all very nice and kind people, truly made me feel comfortable thoughout the whole experience which was about 3-4 hours.

Started with a quick tour of the facility, then chief pilot giving an overview of the company and going through the resume and logbooks, then onto about 30 H.R. questions. These questions are anywhere from..describe your biggest pet peave to why are you a good pilot for us. After that it was onto the technical interview with one of their pilots and then the sim. The technical varied from airspace to 1-2-3 rule on fuel, distance and descend rate. After all those questions it was to the sim...it's a make up of a 402 that they fly. Like any sim.....it's pitch senstitive...watch your scan make your callouts and keep situtational awarness. After the sim I was done. I felt I did ok..and they told me they would get back to me within the week..they called me 3 days later to offer a class date. Very positive experience, seems like a good company and the people I met were very kind. Good Luck !

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