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Old 10-06-2018, 07:37 AM   #191  
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From my source at Omni. They have used MD-80, 737-400, 737-800, A-300, 767, 747-400 Sims. Depends on availability. If the interview is in Tulsa it can be in the Red Bird Twin Simulator or the B-777 FTD Trainer, so it's a crap shoot if it's worth a sim prep.
Thanks. The type doesn't matter as much to me. Just figured it might be good to brush up on flying raw data since I fly a 170. It's hard to do on my plane.
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Microsoft flight sim is in my humble opinion, the cheapest, easiest and most readily available method of brushing up on ones instrument skills. Or in my case, a lack there of. I bought a yoke for my students, I would invite them over, make them buy the beer, and weíd practice dme arcs, constant rate climbs and descents, holding and other instrument maneuvers that I probably need to practice again. Itís been nearly 15 years and I still have the yoke, I used it before all my interviews and my students still thank me on occasion.
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Old 10-10-2018, 05:42 AM   #193  
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Pilot application window closes tomorrow October 11.
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Old 10-10-2018, 12:05 PM   #194  
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I submitted an app on OMNIís website a few days back. It was a straight forward app. I got the TBNT email this morning. I donít want to presume that Iím qualified but I have to say I was a bit disappointed, but mostly Iím interested in finding out what might have made me less competitive.

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I submitted an app on OMNIís website a few days back. It was a straight forward app. I got the TBNT email this morning. I donít want to presume that Iím qualified but I have to say I was a bit disappointed, but mostly Iím interested in finding out what might have made me less competitive.

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Sorry about the TBNT. Frankly, Iím not sure whatís qualifying and preferable for scoring an interview these days. Iím surprised 10,000tt and 4000 TPIC isnít being selected for an interview.
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Old 10-10-2018, 05:47 PM   #196  
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Sorry about the TBNT. Frankly, Iím not sure whatís qualifying and preferable for scoring an interview these days. Iím surprised 10,000tt and 4000 TPIC isnít being selected for an interview.
Perhaps it was the lack of a degree? I know that carries a lot of weight with most operators. Maybe I made a stupid mistake on the application. Either way I'll just stay positive and keep applying for airline jobs.
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Old 10-10-2018, 09:41 PM   #197  
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Perhaps it was the lack of a degree? I know that carries a lot of weight with most operators. Maybe I made a stupid mistake on the application. Either way I'll just stay positive and keep applying for airline jobs.
It might be the competition during the application window. There has been an increase in qualified heavy 121 experience applying lately.
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It might be the competition during the application window. There has been an increase in qualified heavy 121 experience applying lately.
I prefer that hypothesis.
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Any field reports from the latest round of interviews?
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