When interviewing for a pilot position, you will be asked to show certificates, ratings, logbooks, or other appropriate records of flight time. Some companies also require you to demonstrate a flight check or ability to perform flight techniques.
Excellent language and communication skills are essential. Applicants must use good grammar and speak clearly with a pleasant voice. Often during the interview process, applicants are asked to demonstrate basic abilities. Languages spoken will vary depending on the company. US airlines require that you speak English fluently. Languages include but are not limited to: English, French, German, Spanish, Cantonese, Hindi, Chinese, and Japanese. Applicants who desire to fly internationally generally must be fluent in a foreign language such as French, Spanish, German or Japanese. Bilingual applicants are desired and, may help increase chances of initial employment with domestic carriers, and may be required by some airlines.
The Avjobs Applicant System has the "Practice
The staff at Avjobs along with other industry wide personnel offices agree, the interview can make or break an applicant regardless of experience or training. It has been the experience of Avjobs and its employees that there is a "best" preparatory procedure for interviews.
The Avjobs "Practice Interview" section describes this preparatory process and provides tools and tips for you to be at your best. The "Practice Interview" includes audio, video and hundreds of sample questions. So turn up your sound and practice those interview skills.