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Question 1 of 40
Tell us about a time when you had to use your verbal communication skills in order to get a point across that was important to you.
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Question 2 of 40
Why did you not go through the military to receive your pilot training?
Question 3 of 40
How old were you on your first flight as a pilot?
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I was 19
Question 4 of 40
Did you have any problems during your last physical?
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No, I did not. My medical review came up in excellent health.
Question 5 of 40
Pilot pay has gone down substantially, why do you still want to be a pilot?
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Because I really want to be a successful pilot ... Even if i'm being payed less i'm happy with what I GET.. :)
Question 6 of 40
How good is your vision?
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Good.
Question 7 of 40
How many years of flying experience do you have?
Question 8 of 40
What could you have done better during your CFII and MEI testings?
Question 9 of 40
What was your greatest challenging logging your flying hours?
Question 10 of 40
Have you received a medical certificate from the FAA?
Question 11 of 40
What, in your opinion, makes a professional pilot?
Question 12 of 40
Tell me about the toughest crew you had to deal with.
Question 13 of 40
Tell me about a time you had to deal with a stressful flight.
Question 14 of 40
Tell us about a time you had to use your leadership skills to resolve a problem.
Question 15 of 40
What is V1? What is V2?
Question 16 of 40
What is a balanced field?
Question 17 of 40
Most people have a person in their lives that influenced their career. Who was your mentor?
Question 18 of 40
What can you bring to this company?
Question 19 of 40
What do you know about our company?
Question 20 of 40
What would I find on your police record if I checked?
Question 21 of 40
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Question 22 of 40
Discuss a bad situation which you managed to turn around.
Question 23 of 40
Besides good pay why do you want to be a professional pilot?
Question 24 of 40
What makes a great pilot?
Question 25 of 40
What makes a bad pilot?
Question 26 of 40
What is one accomplishment that you are very proud of?
Question 27 of 40
How are your communication skills?
Question 28 of 40
What are your career goals as a pilot?
Question 29 of 40
Why did you choose to become a pilot?
Question 30 of 40
When is it ever appropriate to make a joke between yourself and air traffic?
Question 31 of 40
Tell us about a time when a job had to be completed and you were able to focus your attention and efforts to get it done.
Question 32 of 40
Give me an example of a time that you felt you went above and beyond the call of duty at work.
Question 33 of 40
Tell me about an important goal that you set in the past. Were you successful?
Question 34 of 40
Are you okay being away from home for certain periods of time?
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Yes ofcourse .. Any thing for pilot carrier.
Question 35 of 40
Tell me about your meteorology knowledge?
Question 36 of 40
How can you best describe to me, how willing you are to become a pilot?
Question 37 of 40
How patient of a person are you?
Question 38 of 40
Have you received your CFII and MEI ratings?
Question 39 of 40
How many hours do you have logged for commercial flights?
Question 40 of 40
What age did you realize you wanted to be a pilot?
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