I fly every day, so why do I need a practise SIM before my interview?

Contribution from our partner company Pilot Recruitment who specialise in airline recruitment pre-assessment programs for pilots.

SimThe most important part of a simulator interview ride is how quickly and how well you adapt to an unfamiliar environment and aircraft type. Not many pilots interview on the same type they are currently flying. Everyone can fly an aircraft, but the real question is: ‘How competitive are you?’

40% of pilots will fail the simulator interview ride. They are “hanging onto the tail” and instead of recovering from small mistakes during the session they beat themselves up. Which leaves some pilots feeling like they’ve just blown it, which in most cases they have. Continue to read.

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