Very Difficult Interview
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Delta Air Lines in November 2013.
Interview Details – Took 7 years of applying every year until I finally got a call. The interview lasted about 6 hours. A group of about 30 people were in the lobby. They brought us back one by one and the ones that were rejected went home, the ones that were good enough go to sit in a smaller lobby. They drug tested us right away and it was another 2 weeks until we started. It was a month before the first paycheck rolled in.
Interview Question – All of the 'tell me about a time when' questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation.
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Delta Air Lines.
Interview Details – Just asked typical interview questions about working in a team and with data.
Interview Question – Had some technical questiions. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Delta Air Lines in November 2013.
Interview Details –
Position in Orange County,CA - applied November 19, 2013 - phone interview November 20, 2013
Applied online at delta.com which consisted of uploading resume, taking online assessment, and completing application. I received a phone call the following day from "00" I let the call go to voicemail. The call happened to be from someone in HR at Delta and asked to return call anytime between 0700-2300 central time.
I returned the phone call later the same a day, and greeted by a highly animated and very friendly rep in HR...who asked if I had a moment to answer a few questions. I must admit he had me laughing the entire 15-20 minutes or so on the phone. At the end of the call, he placed me on a brief hold while he entered notes related to our phone call, stated everything went well and that he was submitting my information to the folks in Santa Ana, CA - he also mentioned someone locally with delta may call or email within a few day to set up interview...however with Thanksgiving holiday approaching could be a little longer.
At this point I'll cross my fingers and eyes that I get that call to set up F2F interview, if not then it wasn't meant to be.
*** Interview Questions Asked ***
How long were you employed with your last two employers, and why did you leave?
Describe a time at your previous employer where you had to work in a difficult or stressful situation and how did you handle it?
Why do you think Delta should choose you
Why do you want this position
Interview Question – Describe a time at your previous employer where you had to work in a difficult or stressful situation and how did you handle it? View Answer
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Delta Air Lines.
Interview Details –
I applied with an employee referral link on Oct. 2nd, completed the assessment the very next day. On Oct. 14th while at work I was contacted by HR--a voicemail from 00 was left instructing me to contact them back at their number between the hours of 730am-11pm. Well I was so excited I called them back after dinner with a quick cram session of interview questions. I would say that it lasted about 25-30 minutes with about 10-12 different questions including information about my passport which I did have handy.
Fingers are still crossed in hopes that I make it to the next step but I can tell that it can be long and drawn out--if it works out great & if not then I can keep trying.
Interview Question –
1-baby crying on plane & how to handle it
2-baby sleeping on floor & how to handle it
3-intoxicated passenger on board & how to handle it
4-delayed flight, out of their food option is sold out & how to handle it
I was then asked to hold, when she returned she asked me if I had time for more questions.
1-give an example of a stressful situation at work
2-give an example of a time when you had to sway the point of view of others
3-tell her about a time when I discovered coworkers being dishonest & how did I handle it.
In addition to these questions I was asked if I would relocate; serve alcohol; have valid pass port. View Answers (4)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Delta Air Lines in November 2013.
Interview Details – I had my f2f with Delta Yesterday November 12 and I thought I did very well, but maybe not well enough. There was a lot of mingling which was very important, they said nobody would get an answer today but would hear in about two weeks or less The FA never seemed comfortable when someone asked that question will we know something today. But at the very end they called about 7 people to stay behind they needed more information from them. I did have one of their cell numbers of a person that was called to stay behind and I did talk to the person today and they said that all that was asked to stay behind got a conditional job offer so if they do not say stay behind I’m afraid you may be out of luck. Also all but one was in the A group. The interview was very relaxed. It was a great experience even though I probably did not get the job.
Interview Question – I had a great experience they made you feed very comfortable Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied through college or university and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Delta Air Lines in November 2013.
Interview Details – great place, easy interview questions
Reason for Declining – didn't want to move to atlanta
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Delta Air Lines.
Interview Details – The process took about a month. Initial 30 minute phone interview wasn't so bad. A fairly basic case question and the rest just behavioral and standard phone interview. Was then invited to a Superday at the headquarters. 3 separate interviews with more case-type questions, standard behavioral, and leadership questions.
Interview Question – Numerical case with no calculator allowed Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Delta Air Lines.
Interview Details – These are the fist phone interview questions. There are two phone interviews usually done back to back and then they will call you back to schedule a face to face interview. It took about 3 or 4 months from applying online to when I was called for a phone interview.
Interview Question –
What do you do if a passenger comes on the aircraft with too many carry-on bags and refuses to check them?
What do you do if a passenger complains about a crying baby?
Is safety important to you inthe work place and everyday life and why?
Captain turns on the fasten seat belt sign and a passenger has their child asleep on the floor what would you do?
What would you do if a toddler was running in the aisle and a passenger complains?
You can't serve alcohol to intoxicated passengers what would you do if a drunk passenger asks for more alcohol?
Your flight has already been delayed due to weather and passengers are upset. What would you do if a passenger was irate because their first choice of food was unavailable? Answer Question
I applied online - interviewed at Delta Air Lines in November 2013.
Interview Details – telephonic interview on nov 11th 2013.
Interview Question – describe a situation where a customer has been angry with you Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Delta Air Lines in November 2013.
Interview Details – applied online and received a phone call about 2 weeks later, after the phone interview i received another call asking me to do a face to face interview. I went to the interview, I was asked standard questions like how would I do react to certain situations, can I meet the requirements for the lifting. It went well and I was offered the job.
Interview Question – How would I deal with a supervisor that is doing wrong and what steps would I take to help correct the situation. View Answer
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