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Old 02-09-2023, 10:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Troy T
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I'm trying to understand the entire interview process as well. Secondly, is the salary information in Airline Pilot Central accurate?

Thanks.
Can anyone quickly outline the interview process?
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Old 02-09-2023, 10:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Troy T
Can anyone quickly outline the interview process?
Phone screen, company presentation, technical interview and HR. Very low threat.
There is a thread about it in the interview experience section.
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Old 02-09-2023, 11:28 AM
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Originally Posted by dera
Phone screen, company presentation, technical interview and HR. Very low threat.
There is a thread about it in the interview experience section.
I agree with Dera here, super chill interview process. Make sure you meet the mins and the logbook is in order. They will send a technical study guide and that should cover most of it.
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Old 02-09-2023, 12:42 PM
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Originally Posted by jrmyl
first year is correct at $92/hr. The rest are still on the DOS scale. We are now on DOS+1. So for the first officers add about $4/hr to what they have on APC.
First year pay is actually $95/hr now (well, more accurately, $94 and some change that rounds up) for all fleets first year.

As you said, the pay is about 6 months out of date.
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Old 02-09-2023, 01:25 PM
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Interviewed Oct 25, and just got an offer for the 777 on April 10.
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Old 02-09-2023, 01:45 PM
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Originally Posted by BrazilBusDriver
First year pay is actually $95/hr now (well, more accurately, $94 and some change that rounds up) for all fleets first year.

As you said, the pay is about 6 months out of date.
Originally Posted by JohnnyBekkestad
I agree with Dera here, super chill interview process. Make sure you meet the mins and the logbook is in order. They will send a technical study guide and that should cover most of it.
Perfect! Thank you, Gentlemen.
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Old 02-09-2023, 08:33 PM
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Originally Posted by ASpilot2be
Interviewed Oct 25, and just got an offer for the 777 on April 10.
Congrats, man.
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Old 02-09-2023, 08:47 PM
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Originally Posted by boeingdvr
I guess we will see how the next 10 months goes.

letís keep defending our 5 year 767 CA upgrade ( trending in the wrong direction) Whatís deltaís again 4 months ?
If people can go to Delta and upgrade in 4 months, by all means they should go to Delta. But we've never really been a direct peer of Delta's.

You make a good point about upgrade times, though. They're pushing
out, freight rates are dropping as is total tonnage. Upgrades will continue, however. We arent shutting down within tje next couple of years. I suspect things will feel "normal" with 5-7 year upgrades to widebodies and shorter times into the 737. All in all not a crisis. But that's just my crystal ball. Nobody really knows what the future holds.
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Old 02-10-2023, 09:34 AM
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Hire to you furlough comes to mind.

OT has ground to a complete stop. Seems like everyone is sucking wind on 64 hours.

Only way to make money at AAWW is through OT.

New hire class are being pushed out, and smaller class sizes.

If this keep up, you need to be more worried about keeping your job, instead of upgrading.

only reason why we wonít furlough is attrition, stay tuned.
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Old 02-10-2023, 09:50 AM
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Originally Posted by boeingdvr
Hire to you furlough comes to mind.

OT has ground to a complete stop. Seems like everyone is sucking wind on 64 hours.

Only way to make money at AAWW is through OT.

New hire class are being pushed out, and smaller class sizes.

If this keep up, you need to be more worried about keeping your job, instead of upgrading.

only reason why we wonít furlough is attrition, stay tuned.
You sure are depressing man.

Lots of things should change at Atlas, but you bending the truth doesnít help either.

Classes being pushed out to catch up with SIM availability, since new hires are being sent home for months. Thatís the only reason.

When you talk to senior guys with 20+ years at Atlas, they explain to you how EVERY year it slows down like this during Chinese New Year.

As I said, TONS of things need improvement here, including the toxicity some people bring to the table.
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