First Officer Interview Questions

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12 Companies: 13 of 12

US Navy Interviews

5 First Officer Interview Questions and Reviews

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Pinnacle Airlines Interviews

3 First Officer Interview Questions and Reviews

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United Airlines Interviews

2 First Officer Interview Questions and Reviews

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18 Interview Questions: 110 of 18 Sort by  

May 22, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Southwest Airlines:

“Have you applied with any other airline? (Tough question because you don't want to say yes, but being honest is important to me)”


May 13, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Endeavor Air:

“Why do you want to work here? I would assume this question would come up”


Jan 26, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Endeavor Air:

“Straight forward HR questions and systems of previous aircraft flown. The technical portion was straight forward as well if you are a CFII”


Jan 18, 2014

Interview Question for Pilot - First Officer at Pinnacle Airlines:

“That job knowledge test followed by the cog test.”


Oct 8, 2013

Interview Question for Pilot First Officer at XOJET:

“Your personality is the most important part of the interview. There are technical questions. Be sure to know the 135 alternate minimums.”


Oct 4, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at US Navy:

“Recruiter will ask a lot of questions about your personal life and what your goals are.”


Aug 1, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at GoJet Airlines:

“How do you like working at (your current job)?”


Jul 14, 2013

Interview Question for Pilot - First Officer at Pinnacle Airlines:

“Difference between a Manager and a Leader.”


Mar 13, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at United Airlines:

“Tell us about a time you had a conflict with a Captain and how did you handle it?”


Feb 17, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at US Navy:

“Changing a lot of your lifestyle to live like someone in the military. It is not hard but does take some dedication. It does takes some time to get promoted.”