Mike Rylko , Airline Pilot
With a growing number of bases and aircraft numbers yearly, the demand for pilots all around Europe is going to go up even higher. That means if you hop onto the train (or rather plane) now, you open yourself to a path of numerous career options that are going to become available for you.
When it comes to your airline pilot interview correct preparation is the key to a successful outcome. In fact most airlines expect their candidates to be fully prepared for their pilot interviews and this includes interview preparation.
The recruitment process is designed to assess your ability to be trained to airline standards and in particular evaluate your ability to recover from errors. No matter how well you performed in your interview you will not be offered a position if your simulator assessment is not to the airlines standards.
"First impressions count. People will form an opinion of you within the first few seconds of meeting you. You want your impression to be a good one as this can have a real impact on how the remainder of the interview goes. For this reason, the preparation is the key".
"Remember, whilst you may be attending an interview for a position as a First Officer, you are really being interviewed for the role of future Captain"
Discover our A320, B737 / 800, FRASCA 142 TYPE PA31 and UPRT simulators. Improve your skills as a pilot.
Our Boeing 737NG flight simulator is based on the B737-800W (winglet) Next Generation aircraft. The simulator is a fixed based, enclosed B737-800 full cockpit with a 200º visual.
The A320 FTD is a full cockpit / fully enclosed A320 flight simulator 1/2 with full control loading and visual system.
Our special simulator have full motion 360º, and permit real training in UPRT courses to prepare for differents type ratings.
Teléfono: +34 911268590
Address: Aeropuerto de Madrid Cuatro Vientos (Zona Civil)
Edificio Modular nº2, Planta Baja
(Frente a la torre de control)
Madrid 28054 (Spain)