Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Business Analyst Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Delta Air Lines (Atlanta, GA) in March 2012.
Initial 30 minute phone interview, with a mini case question involving the airline industry. Was then invited to onsite interviews in Atlanta, and interviewed with four different managers who worked in various departments in the corporate office. Most of the people I interviewed with were very friendly and approachable, and the interviews were most behavioral except for a few "case-type" questions and a mini-written test to gauge your quantitative reasoning skills.
- A flight from A to B is not as profitable as we would like. What is some of the information you need to know to address this issue, and how would you achieve greater profitability? Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Delta Air Lines (Atlanta, GA) in March 2012.
On campus 30 min nterview for the first round then the second round is a full day interview on Delta's campus in Atlanta.
- Tell me what you know about the current airline industry news... Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Delta Air Lines (Atlanta, GA) in February 2012.
Delta alum came to campus prior to winter break for an info session. Applications were due right before the end of the semester and one-on-one phone interviews were held in early January. First-round interview is pretty straightforward. Standard behavioral questions, then a discussion on what you know of/how interested you are in the airline industry. There's a small 'case' that you can't really prepare for, but it's not difficult to answer.
Second-round interviews take place a month and a half later onsite in Atlanta. The entire process starts and ends in one day, so you're up early to be flown in and you're back on the plane by 5PM. The day starts with a presentation, then you have four interviews, some time to talk to a buddy, and you get back on the plane and fly home.
Of the four interviews, one is a more in-depth (and numerical) airline case. One's a review of your resume. The other two are behavioral in nature and have focuses on working in teams and working with data.
I went to Super Day with three other students from my school. None of us received offers or were given any feedback from any of the people we interviewed with.
- The numerical case is probably much easier than I made it out to be. Before I got to Atlanta, I was told that numbers and calculations aren't part of the interview process. This was not true, so don't take their word for it--prepare ahead of time with word problems and some case prep. 1 Answer