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Old 09-23-2021, 06:58 PM
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Originally Posted by El Peso View Post
If it was me and I lived in an AA hub, Id wait for AA. Even take the other offer and wait it out there. If I didn’t live in an AA hub and got another offer from a big 5 carrier while in the pool, I’d be gone and not look back.
Along with my rationale I was trying to expect.
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Old 09-24-2021, 12:09 PM
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Current LCA at a wholly owned with a 2 year degree, are chances of getting hired slim without the 4 year degree?
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Old 09-24-2021, 12:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Elisia76 View Post
Current LCA at a wholly owned with a 2 year degree, are chances of getting hired slim without the 4 year degree?
Just my opinion... But in the coming year, IF the projected hiring needs come to pass, the degree will likely matter less if you’re doing stuff like LCA, management, safety, etc work. Throw your app in, you never know.
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Old 09-24-2021, 08:15 PM
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Originally Posted by FlyGuy2021 View Post
AA is in much better position to hire large amounts now than any point in the past. Recurrent training is 12 months, and not 9 months. There is no current backlog at all. Fewer fleet types mean less training cycles needed overall.
American definitely is in the best position to recover quickly because of this. Conversely, Delta is going to have a tough time over the next 1-2 years
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Old 09-25-2021, 04:55 AM
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Originally Posted by aewhistleblower View Post
I noticed the Red X just showed up yesterday(I have been frequently reviewing my application) before I had a green check mark on "skills test" instead of "PST"

I emailed AA pilot credentials and AA support, and it seems like the "X" shouldn't be there if you completed the assessment. I'm confused as well...
Hello folks, here is what I can make out of it in my opinion…
When the PST was posted for me to take there was nothing with a green checkmark or red X in the field with all other green ✅ checkmarks.
After taking the PST there was still nothing for about 3 weeks, now a “PST ✅ “ just appeared on my profile which makes me believe I passed it.
I’d guess a red ❌ is a “No-Pass” and not an “incomplete information” this is a pass or no pass type of type of teat in my humble opinion.
Now the question is, do they give a second chance on the PST???
Most airlines around the world do, but they won’t let re-take the test for another 12 months…
I don’t know what it the AA criteria on this.

Good luck to all!
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Old 09-25-2021, 05:33 AM
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I think its a glitch with the red X People are seeing.
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Old 09-25-2021, 05:58 AM
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Originally Posted by A320 CURSED View Post
Hello folks, here is what I can make out of it in my opinion…
When the PST was posted for me to take there was nothing with a green checkmark or red X in the field with all other green ✅ checkmarks.
After taking the PST there was still nothing for about 3 weeks, now a “PST ✅ “ just appeared on my profile which makes me believe I passed it.
I’d guess a red ❌ is a “No-Pass” and not an “incomplete information” this is a pass or no pass type of type of teat in my humble opinion.
Now the question is, do they give a second chance on the PST???
Most airlines around the world do, but they won’t let re-take the test for another 12 months…
I don’t know what it the AA criteria on this.

Good luck to all!
You’ll learn all about glitches when you get to AA because they happen so often
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Old 09-25-2021, 06:39 AM
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Originally Posted by A320 CURSED View Post
Hello folks, here is what I can make out of it in my opinion…
When the PST was posted for me to take there was nothing with a green checkmark or red X in the field with all other green ✅ checkmarks.
After taking the PST there was still nothing for about 3 weeks, now a “PST ✅ “ just appeared on my profile which makes me believe I passed it.
I’d guess a red ❌ is a “No-Pass” and not an “incomplete information” this is a pass or no pass type of type of teat in my humble opinion.
Now the question is, do they give a second chance on the PST???
Most airlines around the world do, but they won’t let re-take the test for another 12 months…
I don’t know what it the AA criteria on this.

Good luck to all!
I would agree with this, the old organizational fit assessment was ✅ pass ❌ fail with the ability to retake in 6 months. That was more of a personality test. The PST from what I hear is more like day 1 of the interview and if that’s the case most people I interviewed with and heard about the interview probably would’ve believed we got an ❌. It’s all a guessing game. The saving grace is they will need to do a ton of interviews to hit their hiring goals of 2000 next year. Flows are not based on classes, the number of people hired but are fixed numbers at least for 2 of the 3 WOs, so that’s good for OTS non-civ and civ. The movement will be crazy, it’s looking like anyone hired this year should be able to hold CA in junior bases in 3-4 years on group 2 aircraft! Unheard of!
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Old 09-25-2021, 06:48 AM
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Have all of the previous CJO’s been placed or are there still some waiting for class dates?
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Old 09-25-2021, 07:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Hardlanding View Post
Have all of the previous CJO’s been placed or are there still some waiting for class dates?
there were about 300 cjos issued pre covid..
2 classes of 40 in sep
3 of 40 in oct
My guesstimate is by November pool should be depleted.
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