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Arrived one prior to interview as instructed and met with other interviewees in the cafeteria. I must admit the whole atmosphere was extremely relaxed and the employees expressed their gratitude which actually felt genuine. The first part of the interview was HR where I met with a senior female captain and an HR rep. Both thanked me for being there and seemed pleased that I could make it. I understand everyone needs pilots but this was the most appreciated interview I can ever recall, which reduced the tension immensely! Both were kind and gave a spiel about how the interview would go, specifically they not only wanted TMAA answers but how did you deal with it and what did... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Very friendly relaxed environment Questions - - talk about a flight plan from home airport. - if traveling 120kts ground speed how long would it take to get to an airport 1 hour away? - memorize callouts for the handout... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Arrived one prior to interview as instructed and met with other interviewees in the cafeteria. I must admit the whole atmosphere was extremely relaxed and the employees expressed their gratitude which actually felt genuine. The first part of the interview was HR where I met with a senior female captain and an HR rep. Both thanked me for being there and seemed pleased that I could make it. I understand everyone needs pilots but this was the most appreciated interview I can ever recall, which... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Did the traditional interview. Seven of us interviewed during the afternoon session. We began by providing all the copies of the requested documents and verifying/updating our application with a red pen. After that technical, (view the sim/scenario section of this website).  After this I was called in for the HR portion where they asked about myself, 4 TMAAT questions, and why United. Each portion lasted about 30-45 minutes. Everyone was very friendly and put you at ease. Great... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Follow the packet that they gave you prior to the interview and study it so that you have it perfectly memorized. Do some research on why you want to be there to succeed during the HR portion. All questions used the S.T.A.R. method, Situation, Task, Action and Result. Every scenario must have a positive result. The technical is just simple questions any pilot should know, for example the max speed in a Bravo... They were very friendly and welcoming, they called you in because they want you... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Interview went very smooth, was very prepared. In the end I can only assume I botched the Hogan. I used a service to prep. They were awesome and honestly I wouldn’t have had such a smooth interview if it wasn’t for them. I would highly recommend using a prep coarse. I don’t think it matters which one. I had a lot of friends get excepted using one. Simple HR interview with a lot of TMAAT questions. Any 121 pilot can pass the technical. I honestly thought it was too easy. I... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Exactly like the other gouges given below, esp the technical. The Hogan is what it... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. United seemed to create a relaxing, positive interview environment. The study materials from the site really do help to prepare! Know your holding speeds and altitudes and think logically and calmly about... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. As described previously. Really make you feel at ease. 5 TMAT questions and why United. Tech was a preflight brief, couple of airport chart questions, a qrh, all the call outs and a crm video. It was a great experience all and all. Happy to one day be apart of the United family! Good luck... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Interviewed through the AVIATE program. United folks made me feel right at home - very relaxed and hospitable. Flew in the night prior for my AM interview. I stayed at the Doubletree - get down early for the shuttle to the training center. AM and PM interview slots about 16 per on my day. Make travel arrangements in accordance with the guidance in the welcome packet - we did not finish early. Phone call the following week on Thursday. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Went for an interview through the Aviate Program from a UAX carrier. It went completely as advertised in program guidance sent to the applicants and other applicant's experience on this website. Technical portion was chair flying (view the sim/scenario section of this website)   There was also a handful of generic instrument pilot questions sprinkled in.  Nothing that most pilots shouldn't be able to answer. HR was also as advertised. Brief intro of 2 panel members (HR... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Steven P
    (Hired at United Airlines)

    Great access to current/relevant interview material. Interview reports/summaries and TMAAT question bank.

    Mar 05, 2020