Arc calculations while flipping a piece of paper (wtf?)
General knowledge quiz
IR questions for distraction while doing the sim ride (gee no wonder most airlines operate a sterile cockpit while doing an instrument approach)
Being shouted at in a scenario to test your customer service skills (must happen a lot)
Behavioural interview (tell us a time when xyz...)
Lunch (rolls where the filling drops out the back of it kind)
Licence log book check
Flight Plan exercise (nothing like real life and I am not sure some of the scenerios have a solution)
Expect psychometric questions to be done online in the week prior to the interview session.
Quite a few pilots attending know what to expect, from fellow pilot friends, right down to individual questions, which makes it a bit tough if you don't.
Lock down the privacy on your Facebook profile etc as they are checking that while you are there.
Wear a white shirt and plain tie as you need to present as a conservative conformist who doesn't stand out and tows the company line.
Say No when asked if you have ever or thought about Parachuting, being the safety conscious non risk taker that you are of course. -Unlike the risks undertaken to get where you are as a pilot and entrusting your life on a metal tube flying through the air with lots of rivets in close formation and relying on the whirly bits out the window to keep you up there. Nevermind the terrorists.