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Airline interview about HR question

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Hello,I have some question want to consult with you guys,and I recently prepare for airline interview,and I guess they will ask some HR questions  ,this is my first time for prepare interview,thanks.

1.Situation is today I(FO) and my  captain are layover at hotel,our flight is at 0000Z 0215,and that captain is my IP or examiner ,both of us now at hotel restaurant 1200z 0215,that man(IP) start to drink,and said(Hey,I want you to drink  with me,if you don't,you will fail in this check ride),what should I deal with this situation?

2.Situation is I(FO) and my  captain(his is my IP) now at airport,before get into cockpit,I found that captain looks drunk but he pass the alcohol test,should I report him?

3.During the cruising  flight,my captain want to have a smoke ,and I already try to advise him do not smoke in the cockpit,but he still light up a cigarette ,what should I deal with this situation?

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  1. Kris Kortokrax on Feb 23, 2015

    1. In what possible world would you think it proper that you should allow yourself to be pressured into drinking?

    2. If I were a passenger on the plane about to depart with a captain who had been drinking, I would hope you would report him. When you say he looks drunk, how does one look drunk? He may be disoriented or have some disease while not being drunk, however, if he is ill, he should not be in the cockpit. You might have some latitude as to whether you report him to company personnel as opposed to law enforcement.

    3. You should follow the policy of your airline.

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