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Old 09-27-2017, 12:37 PM   #1  
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Default Omni interview

Went back two years didn't see anything. Besides past gouges any advise from current Omni pilots? Thank you.
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Went back two years didn't see anything. Besides past gouges any advise from current Omni pilots? Thank you.
I think the best advice they will give you, is go elsewhere.
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I think the best advice they will give you, is go elsewhere.
By the way you word your reply you apparently do not work for Omni, other than being a total juvenile A hole why would you give somebody that is genuinely looking for input an answer like that.
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Went back two years didn't see anything. Besides past gouges any advise from current Omni pilots? Thank you.
be honest, don't try to bluff the interviewers. Be up to date with ATP knowledge and be yourself. The interview isn't rocket science but it is a screening tool used to protect both yours and the companys investments.

Good Luck on your interview
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As others have said, it's a fairly straightforward interview. Expect an ATP like written test which is "semi-open book" and a sim evaluation (they place a lot of emphasis on this). Second to the sim evaluation it's going to be a few hours going through the steps together and getting to know you while you get to know the company. No gotchas, no HR panel QA sessions, just pilots trying to see if you'll fit in with the other pilots and can fly the jet. If they've called you they want to hire you, but (even as understaffed as we are) they are not doing the "fog a mirror" method.
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By the way you word your reply you apparently do not work for Omni, other than being a total juvenile A hole why would you give somebody that is genuinely looking for input an answer like that.
Glad you can read. A statement like "they will tell you" is a big red flag.

Since you can read, I'll let you read all these comments about how great omni is.
https://www.airlinepilotforums.com/c...ns-update.html
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What's to hate? When you get a decent contract then we'll talk.

Read the first page and tell me how many happy people there are.
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What's to hate? When you get a decent contract then we'll talk.

Read the first page and tell me how many happy people there are.
https://www.airlinepilotforums.com/c...ns-update.html
Actually, I don't think anyone here wanted to talk to you... see yaaaaa.
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Would I be better off at a regional? I have 4000tt, 3000 turbine, 2200 pic turbine. All part 91. Apps are in at all majors. I have three interviews at regionals lined up around the same time as Omni interview. Thanks for any advice.
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