Our complete 6-part Delta Interview Prep package
This product includes:
1. 3 hour Skype or phone prep
2. 1,000+ question aeronautical knowledge Flash Card set
3. Application Review
4. Résumé Review
5. Cover Letter Review
6. Unlimited Career Counseling until you are hired. All pieces are available separately and any items purchased separately can be credited toward your prep cost.
Military/Regional Pilot to Major Airline Bundle includes our résumé and cover letter service plus unlimited career counseling, application reviews and up to two Face-to-Face interview Prep Packages – Study Guide, Flash Cards, Skype/Phone Preps.
Preps only include an application review and the Skype/Phone prep only.
Job Fair Prep includes an résumé and application reviews plus a 30-minute phone prep.
Mini Preps are only available as an add-on for Prep Package or Prep Only customers. Not available separately.
Pilot Career Counseling Form
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