NetJet Interview Process

smadden

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I have an upcoming interview with Netjets in Houston. Could anyone tell me the best things to bone up on and what kind of simulator I may taking my evaluation ride in. Thanks for your help in advance.
 

sweptwingz

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Call the FSI center in Houston and ask them what sim NJA will usually
use. They should tell you. Normally, they'll put you in their "least used" sim
on site.

The sim check will be 100% just like the handout they give you,
no surprises.

Study Part 135 and Part 91 weather, mins., proceedures.

Know holding and entries.

Be able to brief a Jepp approach plate in detail.

Think safety and customer service.

Good luck to you!
 

Fozzy

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Okay here is the info on a NJ interview in Houston.
I had mine on July 30. Got the offer for a position as Capt. in the Ultra TWO days later. So get used to the idea of someone hitting the fast foward button on your life.

Sims. You have three possibilities. Beech C90, Beech 200 or Hawker (i think).
The sim is a no brainer and it is as advertised, zero funny stuff.

The interview is the same as found on http://www.aviationinterviews.com/

Go there and study all the possible questions. You should find around 100 possible questions in all the interviews posted. PM me ifyou have any questions.
Good luck!
 

Harry

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Hawker 700 is one of the sim options at Houston.
Harry
 

Riddler

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Just completed the interview process in Houston in the Hawker 700...

-- Read anything and everything on this website about typical questions asked during the interview. Be yourself, be honest.

-- The Hawker seemed to me to be a bit roll sensitive but very pitch stable. The yoke (ram's horn?) takes a minute or two to get used to...unless you're british, then I guess it makes perfect sense. Overall, it was a good sim to "fly" with absolutely no surprises during the profile. FSI's power settings are right on for speed control.

-- Watch out for the localizer needle...it sticks on the captain's side...take a glance on the fo's HSI.

-- Checklists are easy and common sense. Remember all your non-radar radio calls.

Overall great experience. Very first rate.

Last of all...best of luck.
 
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