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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. Oct 13, 2021 Very professional and laid back interview experience. Arrive 45 minutes early and wait in the cafeteria until someone comes to grab you. Once they come grab you and give you a brief introduction the interviewers come grab people one by one. Started off with generic HR house keeping items, a 3-5 minute introduction, 5 TMAAT questions, a brief technical scenario and finally why United. Tech portion consisted a flight of point A to B, a master caution, go around and a... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Oct 06, 2021 Stayed at the DoubleTree. Took the 0730 shuttle for 0830 interview start. Six of us in all, pulled from cafeteria around 0810. Spent 5 min in holding room, then Susan came in and gave a 10 minute United introduction. Retired CA came and pulled me from room first right at 8:30. Sat down in interview room with one person from HR and the CA, questions asked, then  5 minute break.  Technical: Very conversational and laid back, (view the sim/scenario section of this website).   One last... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Oct 05, 2021 Interview was exactly as described in previous experiences. Very relaxing environment, little introduction into the company and its future, met with a Captain and HR representative. Five TMAAT questions followed by a technical portion and you're out the... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Oct 04, 2021 Gouge spot on. They will ask you to go through your own aircrafts profiles during the technical. It's yours to... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Sep 30, 2021 Very relaxed atmosphere, great people... As published, I made sure to study all questions from this guide and I felt ready for the interview. Make sure to use the Situation Task Action Resolution when answering the TMAAT questions. The "tell me about yourself and Why United" questions are extremely important; make sure to have a very good "scripts" for these 2 questions; Show them your passion for United, your achievements and accomplishments, explain your setbacks and how you handled them.... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Sep 28, 2021 The interview was just as described here very straight forward. They treat you really well and make a conscientious attempt to make you feel at ease. Be prepared to be the light of the room as they will not make an effort to smile (poker face strong). Providing detail in your stories is very important, they want it! Also they will look at you randomly and observe you. Just smile. Don’t feel weird if they take notes the entire time and not make an effort to give you live recognizable... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Sep 23, 2021 Great experience all around. Other reports are spot on. TMMAT(5) then Technical point A to B with inflight scenario, then missed and low fuel... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Sep 23, 2021 Previous writeups are solid. 5 TMAAT questions (no surprises), though there were lots of follow-ups for all of them, which caught me off guard a bit. They were not questioning my decisions, they were just trying to get answers specific enough for their evaluation. Additionally, during my emergency and divert stories, the Captain dug for several minutes to learn exactly what I (and my crew) did and why. He told me after the interview that he asked those questions in the moment so he could... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Sep 17, 2021 I arrived to DEN the day prior to my interview and chose to stay at the DoubleTree which is one of the hotels recommended in the welcome packet you get. Took the shuttle from the hotel to the training center and was greeted by security where you get your picture taken and you can remove your face mask if fully vaccinated. Hung around in the cafeteria with all of the other fellow candidates before a United team member brought us back to another room where your logbooks will be collected. A... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Sep 17, 2021 The process was similar to other experiences in the gouge. Everyone was so welcoming and nice. I used a service in addition to this gouge and felt prepared. View the questions in the study guide. They ended with “Why United?” and that was it. The whole thing was about 90 minutes. Great experience overall, good... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Scott S
    (Hired at United Airlines)

    Great gouges and practice questions. Shows stats of overall time lines and questions favored to be asked by interviewers

    Sep 01, 2021