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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 18, 2021 Read the previous interviews on here, mine was pretty much the exact same. Be prepared for some tough TMAATs with how you handled certain situations. They gauged the questions they asked me off of my resume experience. They’ll ask if they want more. TSA portion was very laid back, they asked pretty obvious questions. Any pilot would have no problem answering. Great experience, enjoy it!... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 17, 2021 Same experience as others writing. Great experience and everyone is wishing you good luck in the building. 6 guys for my time slot. 5-6 tmaat questions. Tech portion questions about holds, depature, missed, diversion. Hopefully if 121 captain you have done all these. Sep hogan test Next day got email for interview Nov 17 interview because of Thanksgiving we got results on tues instead of... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 04, 2021 Interview experiences are spot on. There really isn’t any reason to show up too early, 45 minutes is plenty. If not you’ll will just sit around in the cafeteria as they will start promptly at your scheduled time. My HR portion was very relaxed and felt more like a conversation. Tell me about yourself followed by 5 TMAAT questions followed by a break. The technical for me wasn’t 1 specific scenario nor briefings. I got asked several “what would you do... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 03, 2021 No real surprises, but make sure you carry your original logbooks if you've converted them. Someone in our group got turned away because they didn't bring original logbooks to accompany their electronic... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 01, 2021 Very pleasant interview experience. Basically as described before. Took the shuttle bus from the Double tree to arrive 45 minutes before the interview. Check in at security, make sure you have your proof of vaccination with you. From there to the cafeteria. Someone from HR picks the whole group up to bring you in a separate room. They give a welcome, a brief overview and thank you for coming and tell you that 98% of the work is already done by just getting there because of your... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Oct 28, 2021 Other recent interview summaries are on the mark. They want to hire you. Have a number of good stories ready for the TMAAT questions and ensure you're very familiar with the TSA packet they... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Oct 25, 2021 My experience was like the others on here. You check in and they have you wait in the cafeteria until someone comes to get you. Then they put you in a briefing room and take your log books. Eventually the interview teams come and grab you one by one. There was 7 of us in my interview time slot. 3 of them were for the AVIATE program and weren't there to start right away but just to get into that program. They start out with the HR TMAAT questions, about 5. Most of them were variations of... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 25, 2021 Incredible experience. 5 TMAAT and a 45 minute technical. If you’re a 121 person you will have no issues with the technical. Know the departure brief from the technical packet and the rest is like any normal flight with one minor malfunction. I felt at ease the entire time, and it only got better as the interview went... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 21, 2021 Interview was as the rest of the people say, it’s yours to lose! United did a great job to keeping us all at ease during the day. When we walked in to the training center, we got the visitor badge and were led to a room with the rest of the interviewees. An HR rep came in and spoke to us for a bit then grabbed all of our logbooks. Then different Captains came in and took each one of us to another room to start the interview. There was also an HR rep in the interview room. They start... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 20, 2021 I flew into Denver the day before the interview and stayed at the Doubletree. They ask you to be at the interview 45 minutes early so I ended up taking an early van to the training center in order to give myself time to get checked in and get my bags in the storage room with ample time. We were then directed to wait in the cafeteria until they were ready to come grab us for the interview. After chatting with the other people interviewing that day for a little while we were escorted to... Continue reading this interview experience

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

    Great resource for interview preparation!

    Nov 10, 2021