Can't get past the interview stage ?
A Pilot's
Guide to the
Successful Interview

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Just got the call for an interview?

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Within minutes, these cutting edge techniques will give you an advantage over everyone else - no matter what level of skills or experience you have.

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Why should you buy?

Because 100% of the people who will employ you stated when I interviewed them that, providing candidates met their minimum requirements, they were considered suitable for the position until they managed to
talk themselves out of the Job!

In other words how you answer the question can be the difference between getting the job and getting the flick.

Think about it -
• what stands between you and the job you started out aiming for when you decided to take up aviation as your chosen profession…the Successful Interview.

• after all your training and studying you now have 30-60 minutes to sell yourself to the panel and convince them that you are the pilot they are looking for.



Tried and trusted Advice - "Your tips and hints are great."

G’day Glen,
I thought you’d be interested in some comments I have about ‘A Pilot's Guide to the Successful Interview’. I wish I’d known about your Guide earlier. It would’ve sorted out my interview preparation from the start. Instead I failed my first ‘big’ opportunity at the airline interview. Ouch!! However, now that I’ve read your Guide and worked through your exercises, I’ve not only identified who I want to work for, but how to prepare for the interview on an airline by airline basis.

Your idea of a USP is so simple. Before I read your Guide I could hardly think of anything to say about 'me', I now find it so easy to sell myself. I knew I needed to stand out in the crowd and highlight the points I thought would make them look at me differently from the other candidates I was competing against.

Your tips and hints are great, and the bonus Simulator and CRM notes are fantastic

In my opinion this guide will help any pilot by giving them a starting point, somewhere to build a platform that will allow them to sell themselves as a valuable ‘product’ to an airline interview panel.

G Doolan, Qld



Dear Colleague,

If you want to learn more about the interview process in a clear, well organised and easy to understand manner and win the interviewer's attention… then this could be the most important message you’ve read all year.

And the good news is – your job has just become a lot easier. You’ll soon discover how to improve your interview technique and make yourself more informed, more knowledgeable and most importantly more employable.

You won’t be sweating about whether or not you have covered everything because, after completing ‘the guide’, you’ll be confident in your ability to deliver. All you need is a simple formula to follow…a roadmap that’ll keep you on track while side-stepping the pitfalls.

And now it’s never been easier. Here’s how

My name is Glen Solly… for the past fifteen years I’ve been practicing and explaining the secrets of ‘A Pilot's Guide to the Successful Interview’ to flight crew from around the world. People like you, whose next job relies on the success of your interview.

Let me ask you…

  • Do you wonder where you went wrong in the last interview?

  • Do you feel that you come across as uncertain, do you have difficulty expressing yourself?

  • Do you start to break out in a sweat when asked the answer to questions you don’t know?

  • Do you lack a plan of attack of how to prepare for the interview because “it’s just too hard”?

  • Do you want to know how to prepare properly with advice from those who sit on interview panels?

  • Do you have difficulty finding the right way and the right words to sell yourself?

Chances are, if you’re anything like other pilots I’ve talked to, you would have answered “yes” to many of the questions above.

And it’s not your fault! You see, the trouble is, you never get taught how to interview properly. For all your flight training, your proficiency skills and your technical knowledge you never get taught how to get the results that are intended. And without proper training, it's often a ‘learn-as-you-go’ process with the end result being an unsuccessful interview and the crushing feeling that goes with it. Every one of the pilots I have talked to has faced the same frustration, expense and let down as you ...because they were never taught a structured, logical process to make the interview easier.

I'm constantly amazed at the simple mistakes that are made by pilots at the interview -

  • No knowledge about the company

  • Poor presentation

  • When asked “Why should we employ you” they couldn’t answer in any meaningful way

  • Poor knowledge about their current aircraft

  • Log book not up to date

And pilots tell me things like:

  • "I couldn’t remember what the rules were for coming below my Lowest Safe Altitude (LSALT). How could I forget something so easy?"

  • "When they asked me why I wanted to work for them I just said that I needed the job and I had to get out of GA.”

  • "What is it that they want from me?"

  • "I find it hard to concentrate in the interview."

  • "How do I make a better impression?"

  • "I find it hard to think up constructive, to-the-point, answers."

  • "I didn’t really want to work for them anyway."

  • "I never know what to put in my resume."

  • "I was so nervous. When I picked up the glass of water I spilt it over the table."

The simple truth is that the airline doesn't want to hear about your qualifications! They already have them in your CV. They want to know about what qualities you have and how they will benefit the airline when they employ you and will you fit the company profile!

All you have to do is apply a proven, structured, step-by-step process, and follow a few simple rules. That’s it! There’s nothing mysterious about it. Just follow the formula and you can easily produce powerful interview techniques time after time. Techniques which get you the results you want. It really is this simple.

What does surprise people is that these problems are actually quick and easy to overcome.


It works - I got the job!

Glen, It took a bit of time and effort on my part but, like you said, I’d put so much time and effort into getting my licence – I can’t believe I relied on pot luck to get a job! Your system was so simple. After months of unsuccessful applications, I developed my portfolio. I got an interview and the job!

Many thanks.

K O’Dea, WA



The Fact is Preparing for the Interview can be a Daunting Experience

Just knowing where to start and having a plan of attack - can help ease the panic you feel after the elation of finding out that you have been chosen for an interview. Your interview preparation starts NOW!

Here’s your ticket to a quantum leap in the quality of your interview technique.

A Pilots Guide to the Successful Interview

This exclusive and powerful Guide is packed with over one hundred pages of ingenious, proven and practical techniques and exercises for pilots - no matter what country you work in.

In this Guide, you get:

  • A step-by-step, logical process that makes interviewing a breeze. Never again will you sit in front of the interview panel wondering what's the best way to answer their questions.

  • A simple set of rules to make your approach to the interview clearer and easier to understand. You’ll be amazed at how much more impact your interview has.

  • Hints on how to get that little bit extra out of your interview technique.

  • Seven important tips on how to realise your potential as well as another eleven important tips including what not to do.

  • How to prepare a killer portfolio which carries all the relevant documents.

  • Cautions and notes from interview panels.

  • Tips on first impressions and body language.

  • The three most likely types of interviews you will face.

  • Tips on answering group interview questions.

The Guide makes it super easy to understand some of the most powerful techniques available for the pilot interview. The information it contains has been adapted from my eighteen years in the industry, and is written specifically for pilots by pilots.

I’ve taken all the best information from my experience and interviews - which has been honed and refined over the past 20 years - and packed it into an easy-to use, step-by-step, self paced guide.

The guide is packed with examples of good and bad interview techniques (and suggested answers), hot tips and, of course, the practical, step-by-step interview process.


Here's your bonus Free gift for ordering today…


CRM and being part of a Team

You get CRM and being part of a team FREE when you order ‘A Pilot's Guide to the Successful Interview'.

This valuable 12 page guide will give you an insight into crew resource management and how it applies to the interview.

You can go back time and time again to this valuable FREE resource.

This valuable Guide will help you to answer questions on CRM in the interview – even if you operate single pilot.



Now you may be asking yourself, “How does this person know so much?”

Good question...

I practice what I preach. I am a current regional airline pilot employed within the industry with eighteen years experience.

I have access to the latest information about what the industry is looking for in the successful candidate.

As Chief Pilot, I know how many resumes I held on file that were acceptable, and how many more didn't meet the minimum requirements and got filed in the trash. The resumes that stood out were those that were well set out with the maximum information in a short, easy-to-read format.

As Training Captain, I trained other pilots how to operate the aircraft safely and efficiently until they were ready for their check-to-line. I noticed very early on in my career that there was a huge difference between an average pilot and a first class pilot. That difference being that the 'first class' pilot was well prepared. It was as if they could anticipate what the days training sequences would be. They were prepared for the tech questions, they were prepared for questions about the aircraft systems and they were prepared mentally… they really relished the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities and knowledge.

In my book, that made them an immediate winner...

What this means is that you're getting the benefit of my years of practical experience. I have fine tuned my formulas every step of the way until I've built up a wealth of techniques and strategies which can now improve interviewing skills and techniques for any pilot.


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Now - if you are getting interested about the idea of knowing what the structure of your interview will be and how to answer some of those difficult questions, as well as being prepared for the interview, but are worried you won't be able to afford your own updated copy of A Pilot's Guide to the Successful Interview, let me put your mind at ease right now…

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A Pilot's Guide to the Simulator Check

Don't be classed as a 'training risk'! Look at this invaluable resource, ten pages of tips and hints -

  • Reference sections that will assist your preparation

Simulator feel

  • Simulator graphics

  • Five best ways to prepare for the ‘sim’

  • What you can do to help yourself

  • Simulator resources


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Interview with the F100 Fleet Manager, Air Nuigini




I wish you the very best in your career…

Glen Solly

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