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Read Page 1 ... you learn. Like everyone else I got TMAAT questions, then Sim, (view the sim/scenario section of this website).   After the HR portion  I then watched a CRM video and where a flight crew came in high and fast. The Captained seemed to ignore the FO and SOPs, no calls for checklist, un-stabilized approached and refused to go around after the FO called for a go around at least 4 times. I got asked what I would have done had I been the FO calling a go around. I said I would have told tower that we are going around. The CRM portion was very easy to analyze. Finally make sure you brief the entire SID/STAR with crossing restriction and or speeds. I didn't mention the... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Nov 27, 2023 The staff at United Airlines is extremely nice and professional. All the HR questions were exactly as mention here. The Technical part was a scenario that is also mentioned in here. Some questions about the TEM. The questions are based on the study material the company send... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 15, 2023 I only used this site to prep for the interview and everything I read on here was spot on. Met in the cafeteria with the other candidates upon arrival. A recruiter then gave us a brief tour of the facilities and briefed us on what to expect for the day. After the tour, we were taken to a room where we were pulled out individually for our interviews. First part was HR/TMAAT portion. Walk them through your resume and then I think 5 maybe 6 tmaat questions. I only remember two of the questions,... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 14, 2023 Exactly what everyone before me had said. After the initial intros you are taken into a room with a pilot and an HR person. They introduce themselves and then invite you to do the same. Then TMAAT questions, (view the study guide of this website).  Then we took a 5 minute break. After that it was into the technical. They briefed items like no MELs, standard taxi, no hotspots, and our planned landing fuel. They expected the 13 point brief though not in any specific order. I memorized the... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 13, 2023 The interview process was very quick and efficient. It began with a short tour through part of the facility and the museum. This was a chance to ask questions and make conversation with some of the hiring personnel outside of an interview environment. It was very effective at relieving any tension surrounding the whole process. After a short brief on how the process works candidates are pulled out by their individual interviewers. The entire interview is only about an hour, including a short... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 09, 2023 Just as everyone else described. Use the notepad to write down the questions they ask to keep on task. Did the 13 briefing items on a flight from den- sfo. Couple of things so his 380 classified as heavy and what’s the spacing behind. Sfo closed had to do divert to 3 options. Picked the middle one for fuel and distance. Brief new airport in hold. Tmaat were time you flew with a challenging crew member, most difficult flight, time you went above and beyond for a customer or crew member,... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 09, 2023 I used this site and I bought a prep course but was unable to take full advantage of it due to proximity of interview from when I bought the course (oh well). Arrive and meet in the cafeteria, go on a tour of a bit of the facility and then taken to a "holding" room where your interview pilot will get you and escort you to the interview room. What you've read on here is what you'll expect. Introductions followed by your introduction and 5-6 TMAAT. Then a break followed by the... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Nov 09, 2023 All the information and experiences on this forum was pretty spot on. The interviewers are great. They really try to make you feel relaxed and cut most of the stress they can. 5 TMAATs, pretty straight forward. Using the STAR Method really helps. Have a few stories ready. CRM breakdown, implement something in the work place, someone working below standards, made a decision without all the information. Technical is straight forward. Look at everything and be confident in your answer.... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Nov 09, 2023 Just as others mentioned for recent interviews, the process remains the same. Meet first with interviewers that will discuss your history, any logbook questions and updated addendum. Then 5-6 TMAAT questions, (view the study guide of this website).  Then a quick break and come back for the technical portion. Here you will be given a scenario of a flight and be ready to discuss the CRM/TEM items provided in the guide provided. (view the study guide of this website and also the ... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Nov 09, 2023 As others have stated, pretty straight forward and structured how you see here, greatest variance in interview experience from what you read on here will be during the technical portion as they seem to take into account your experience level (CA vs only an FO) and each pilot interviewer does it differently but general structure is the same. For sure have the 13 briefing items memorized and be able to use them all in a brief. You are given a blank pice of scratch paper and pencil during the... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Nov 09, 2023 Interview was exactly what others have reported. Started off with a Tour, then go back into interview room with one HR and one Pilot. 5 TMAAT questions use the STAR format. Then a Tech mine was DEN to SFO. Use the study guide to format your briefings. Make your decision and be confident. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Pieter L

    (Hired at United Airlines)

    Very good source to prepare for interviews. I have used them to prepare for 2 interviews and were hired at both.

    Nov 20, 2023  

    Patricia C

    (Hired at United Airlines)

    The questions on the website were exactly the same for the interview.

    Nov 18, 2023