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Old 07-01-2023, 06:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Clue32 View Post
As far as the training footprint goes, back to around 80 to 90 days.
747 3/27 NH on OE (Per my buddy)
777 4/10 NH on OE (Per random shared schedule)
737 4/11 NH on OE (Per random shared schedule)

767 Should be back on track by the time you hire on. Per may schedule checks... 10/25 NH look like they are past the Type and doing final sims, OE in August then. NOV and DEC 22 NHs beginning Fixed Base Sims. Not a lot of 2023 76 hires to look at, like 5 total.

For class dates, probably the FB "Pilots of Atlas Air Recruiting" group will give you a better answer.
Out of curiosity, why so few 767 new hires?
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Old 07-01-2023, 09:26 AM
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Originally Posted by CaptTX View Post
Out of curiosity, why so few 767 new hires?
There was a reduction in 76 classes and upgrades to clear the Sim backlog. Those 5 I mentioned are the ones on the June Seniority List. There could have been more hired who have since resigned, I just didn't think to compare six seniority lists while drinking my coffee this morning.
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Old 07-12-2023, 09:17 AM
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Hello everyone!

I have an interview coming up soon and Id really appreciate if any of you guys who have interviewed recently would share their experience or give me some tips. You can DM if youd like. Thank you all in advance!
Looking forward to hearing from you!
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Old 07-12-2023, 04:33 PM
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Originally Posted by flyboyA380 View Post
Hello everyone!

I have an interview coming up soon and Id really appreciate if any of you guys who have interviewed recently would share their experience or give me some tips. You can DM if youd like. Thank you all in advance!
Looking forward to hearing from you!
I interviewed with them recently, and overall it was a great experience. I HIGHLY recommend that you pay for Aviationinterviews.com as it has a treasure trove of first hand accounts regarding the interview process. They also have a Large amount of question and answer regarding the company and what has been asked and could be asked during the technical and HR. Having said all of that, if you successfully make it thought the phone screen portion of the process, the Tech sheet they give you to review is a Solid Foundation when it comes to preparing. (There weren't any surprises when it came to questions asked during the Tech interview) I would recommend that you spend more energy focusing on that, and the subsequent packet they send you about a week prior to your interview. Use the question and answer portion of AviationInterviews.com as a reference and opportunity to fill in the gaps with any other areas that may not be strong points.

Good Luck, and stay Positive and put as much effort into studying and prepping as you can! They take notice and more than appreciate the genuine effort applicants put in to preparing. Show them that you care and want to be there.
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Old 07-21-2023, 12:22 PM
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Any idea about the class availability and fleet assignments for new hire?
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Old 07-21-2023, 12:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Ozflyer View Post
Any idea about the class availability and fleet assignments for new hire?
Hiring into all fleets. Offer will be based upon your qualifications and experience, personal preference, and current needs. If you want to work here, take the fleet that is offered. 24 Month initial seat lock from DoH, then bid into whichever fleet you want keeping in mind that the 767 is the best fleet.

B747. B767
July 31 Aug 01
Aug 21 Aug 22
Sep 11 Sep 12

B777. B737
July 24 July 25
Aug 28 Aug 29
Sep 25 Sep 26

Continue the pattern until Chuck Norris makes the sun explode.

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Old 07-22-2023, 05:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Clue32 View Post
Hiring into all fleets. Offer will be based upon your qualifications and experience, personal preference, and current needs. If you want to work here, take the fleet that is offered. 24 Month initial seat lock from DoH, then bid into whichever fleet you want keeping in mind that the 767 is the best fleet.

B747. B767
July 31 Aug 01
Aug 21 Aug 22
Sep 11 Sep 12

B777. B737
July 24 July 25
Aug 28 Aug 29
Sep 25 Sep 26

Continue the pattern until Chuck Norris makes the sun explode.
While these dates may be correct and hiring is projected to continue throughout 2023, keep one thing in mind. The 76 and 73 class sizes are much smaller then the other fleets.
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Old 07-23-2023, 12:32 PM
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I have 6500 Total time with 2000 B777 and 1000 B767, but I haven't turned a wheel in 15 years. Is there any way I could get an interview in my situation?
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Old 07-23-2023, 12:57 PM
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I have 6500 Total time with 2000 B777 and 1000 B767, but I haven't turned a wheel in 15 years. Is there any way I could get an interview in my situation?
Sure. Apply. Worst that happens they say no or the phone doesn't ring.
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Old 07-23-2023, 04:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Easyrider91 View Post
I have 6500 Total time with 2000 B777 and 1000 B767, but I haven't turned a wheel in 15 years. Is there any way I could get an interview in my situation?
If you are serious about returning to airline flying you might consider investing some $ in a quick recurrent at one of the sim providers. Im sure that would make you more marketable and would definitely pay dividends in your eventual training.
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