Piedmont Interview

CRJ_Driver

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Anybody on this board interview with PDT lately. I heard some folks had interviews in December and wanted to know your experiences and how things turned out.

Also...why did you leave your current flying job?

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franco64

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I interviewed with them last week. There hiring 60 to 70 pilots this year and there fleet is growing by 8 aircraft. The interview is laid back. You take two "personality" test and a 50 question ATP exam. (the gouge is right on the money for it).

There were 9 pilots there, all furlouged from other airlines. The avg. pilot hours was 1500.

Franco
 

Humblepilot

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Seniority Number

If you interviewed, what was the gouge of the resigning of the seniority number from your previous carrier?

Many thanks wishing you all a Joyous Holiday season and a Happy New Year

Just humble
 

franco64

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Just like with any company/airline, you need to giveup your seniority number from your previous employer. If you know of an airline that lets you keep two numbers, tell us.
 
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