Originally Posted by Kenny Powers
Oh I know how it works over there...the "squeaky wheel gets the grease", which is how I was with them. But getting this email after we had scheduled an interview seems to close the deal for me:
"I am sorry to inform you that Ameriflight will not be able to go forward with your interview process. While I am not at liberty to discuss the specifics of your interview cancellation, I will say that it was indeed a pleasure speaking to you on Sept. 9.
*$##$, I wish you all the luck in the world and I know your flying career with soar to unexpected heights."
If you don't succeed the first time, try, try again (once every 45 days is enough). But bear in mind that they're trying to identify the best candidates from the resumes and interview results on hand when it's time to select a class. A look at your own resume and past history is also worthwhile, because they check those things pretty thoroughly -- and sometimes replies to previous employer queries or PRIA requests don't come in until after the phone interview.