SWA interview

kc81900

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Anyone who has interviewed have any suggestions with logbooks. Have you logged all your checkrides and sim rides even in a 121 training program?
 
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737lj

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I used an electronic logbook (Flight level), I hear Logbook pro is even better. I just made a one line entry for type rating rides I took in a sim (and tabbed them). I didn't log the sim training sessions, just the checkride. The company is required to keep your training records - SWA will request those from the company if you are asked to continue the process. That's why I didn't feel it was necessary to include those in the log.

Good luck kc!
 

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relax there flacon dude....
 

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My recommendation is to ask the people department what they want. In the past, when I interviewed, they appreciated simplicity. I don't know what the policy is on electronic printouts. The people department is happy to answer calls on how to do prepare paperwork.
 

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SWA/FO, what would you recommend someone do in order to get hired by the nirvana of airlines, SWA.
 

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I called the PD before my interview. She said bring both. The Captain interviewing me seemed more interested in my traditional logbook versus the spiffy computer logbook.
 
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