As you go through the application and interview process, you will discover a number of well-meaning souls who will give you all kinds of “sure-fire” advice on what to do for your interview. Although I encourage my clients to debrief those individuals who have been through a specific airline process, it is important to remember that what works for one person will not necessarily net the same result for you.
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This might come as a shock to many pilots but we are not special in the mind of the recruiter. We are a piece of the equation that needs to be in place to make the machine of the airline work. Yes we are a key piece, however, a piece just the same. Doing the job correctly and not making waves is the main concern of the recruiter.
Single pilot (SP) IFR flying is a perfectly choreographed tango between the pilot and his/her skills (stick & rudder, knowledge, experience, common sense, systems management), and a dance partner (aircraft) with just as much capability. Luckily for us, the PC-12NG is the perfect dance partner. What’s more, there are many ingredients to a successful SP IFR flight. Most are taught at the very basic level of IFR training; however, as aircraft become more technologically advanced and pilots stray […]
JetBlue pilots overwhelmingly vote in ALPA as their CBA! After twice rejecting bids to unionize in 2009 and 2011, JetBlue Airways pilots overwhelmingly agreed to be represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, the union said on Tuesday. The Airlines Pilot Association said 71% of JetBlue’s 2,529 pilots voted to unionize.
Addressing problem areas at an airline interview is, for almost everyone, an anxiety-producing part of an interview. However, areas of weakness or failures do not have to be overwhelmingly difficult to discuss. It is important to remember that we all have faults. Everyone has personal situations they would rather not discuss. It makes no difference […]
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EDIT: Pilot Application window is now closed again. Southwest Airlines has re-opened their pilot application window after years of no pilot hiring. No word yet on how many pilots Southwest Airlines plans to hire but the fact that the application window has opened is good news indeed! To apply, you must visit the Southwest Airlines […]
American Airlines and US Airways announced today that they will merge to form the World’s largest airline. Visit this link for more info: http://newamericanarriving.com/
American Airlines revealed today their new logo and aircraft livery today. Although very modern, it is quite a departure from the old logo. The livery is also much more modern although some are critical of the new paint scheme, particularly the tail. Here is American’s new logo and livery for you to review:
2013 Should prove to be an exciting year for pilot hiring. As of this post Alaska, American, Delta, Hawaiian, United and US Airways have all announced that they expect to hire by the end of the year. The question is, are you prepared??
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