Jet2 Pilot Interview Preparation!

Picture assessment consist of:


1 - Online Assessment (Cut-e Apttiude Tests)


2 - Phone Interview


3 - Interview with Human Resources


4 - Group Exercise


5 - Simulator Assessment


 Pilot Interview Preparation was last updated  18 April, 2019


The information on this website has been submitted to us by candidates attending pilot Selection and sharing their experience with us. The information on this page should only be used for preparation purposes.


1 - Online Assessment (Cut-e Aptitude Tests)


Personality Test:

It is almost impossible to prepare for such tests. Best way to answer these questions is to 



Before you answer a personality questionnaire, find out about the organization and decide whether you like its culture and it’s the kind of place you will thrive in. If it is, then apply confident in that knowledge, take time over each question and answer it in a way that shows you as the ideal candidate for the role and company.


Few sample questions below for personality test

Which statements best describes you? (leader, selfish, friendly, etc, etc)

Would you rather (example: clean a room or work within a group)


A test that measures your multitasking skills.


You will be doing three things at the same time. First you must align the runway to the approaching aircraft. Second, you must answer the math questions on top right screen. Third, you must check the letters if they are correct or incorrect.


We have created a software that will simulate and prepare you for the online test.

Monitoring Test:

In this test you are presented with moving objects in different directions, your goal is to identify the number of these.

The monitoring test features a practice section. The test section features 3 different levels (easy, medium and hard). Each level will consist of 14 random, time-limited questions with answers.


Spatial Orientation:

This is a test to assess your spatial awareness and ability to read instruments. In other words, you need to understand the aircraft's attitude and position in physical space. You will be asked to pick the correct aircraft on the basis of the readings on the cockpit instruments.


The Spatial Orientation test features a practice section with a detailed explanation of the answer. The test section features 3 different levels (easy, medium and hard). Each level will have a 10 random, time-limited questions and a exact score will be calculated afterwards.

Missile Test:

In this test you are piloting a missile through a large tunnel. Your goal is to fly through the openings of each obstacle. If you miss an opening you will cause a collision and your flight will pause for a short moment. You more openings you pass through the faster the missile will become. You can manually adjust the speed of your flight.


This test features a practice section and a test section. The test section features 3 different levels (easy, medium and hard). A score will be presented at the end of the test.





2 - Phone Interview

Phone Interview:


The phone interview is just a simple phone chat with some Human Resource questions. Few examples below:

  • Why do you want to join
  • What is your noticed period?

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3 - Interview with Human Resources

Interview Questions:


We have created a question bank based on the questions we have received from candidate’s attending the assessment and sharing their experience with us.  Few examples below:


  • What will you bring to Jet2?
  • Tell us bout Jet2?     
  • What do you know about Jet2? Tell us three major events that recently occurred in the world of aviation? last crash, aircraft orders, route expansion, mergers, etc.


Question bank features 20 questions.

Please Note: Since most of these questions are based on your past experience no answers will be provided.


4 - Group Exercise

Group Exercise:


A group exercise is an assessed discussion exercise that involves a small group of candidates (usually 8-10 people), following a question posed by a member of a firm’s recruitment team. Few Examples Below:


  • You have landed on the moon and have 200 Nautical Miles to Mother Ship  to survive
  • What items would the group save from a burning house, and in what order?


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5 - Simulator Assessment

Simulator Assessment:



Simulator Scenario 1:   (Click on the blue text inside each sim scenario to open approach plates)


Attended the interview October 2018 as a rated First Officer (B737), Normal takeoff from RWY 23R Manchester (Listo 2R dep). The examiner then instructed me to hold over MCT VOR (know your holding entries). After the holding I was vectored for a non precision approach (VOR/DME RWY 23R) made a full stop. Then a non standard departure a V1 cut vectors for a Single Engine ILS (ILS RWY 23R), Single Engine GO Around. Then the examiner repositioned the simulator for a Single Engine landing.


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Discussion Board

Discussion Baord:


Our discussion board is a great way to get advice, find information, and meet other community members who share your interest and passion.


Here you have the chance to ask questions and find valuable information about pilot selection. Candidates that have passed the selection will share their interview experience with you.


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