I had my Cape Air interview yesterday morning. It was a very simple, straight forward interview. We started with a presentation on the history of the company, pay, benefits, schedules, etc. We could ask questions about anything we were curious about. During this part, all applicants were in the same conference room. There were four applicants in addition to myself. One came from a flight instructing background in Florida, another had run her own flight school in Southern California for several years, another had worked at a FedEx feeder flying Caravans for a long time before getting laid off during the recession, and the fourth primarily flew as SIC on a PC-12 for a Part 91 corporate operation. I have no idea about any of their flight times. After the company presentation, two of the training captains, in addition to the recruiter, interviewed us privately one-on-one. I can't remember all my questions, but they were along the lines of: Tell about your background and why you've come to Cape Air. Tell about a time when you were able to give customer service above what would normally be expected. Tell about a time when you disagreed with a company policy and how you handled it. Tell about a time when you made things right with an upset customer. Tell about a time when you needed to make decisions critical to the safety of a flight. What qualities do you think make a good captain? Any checkride failures? If so, what happened? How does a turbocharger work? What are the initial memory items for engine failure in a light piston twin? Those were the only two technical questions during the entire interview. Also, there was no simulator evaluation. The atmosphere was very professional, yet casual. All of us applicants wore suits, but as soon as I got in to the one on one interview, the training captain told me to make myself comfortable, take off the jacket and tie if I wanted, etc. He was wearing his line pilot uniform without tie or epaulettes. Seemed like a cool guy that genuinely liked working for the company. Let me know if you have any other questions about the process. Also, does anyone know how long it's been taking them to give the final word to applicants? I'm keeping my fingers crossed and hoping for the best!