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Overall, great interview experience. They were really friendly from the moment they walked in. They give you an overview of United, what their plans are, how the company is like, and then each interviewer comes and gets you for the... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Dec 14, 2021 This program is constantly changing. Expect questions that you have never read in terms of TMAT. The biggest thing I've seen with other people not making it is that they are unprepared with TMAT stories and give a few word answers. I had the PPL/Commercial TRR. It is very open ended. You are expected to brief the captain on the flight, and the captain will ask you questions about some of your systems you may or may not need. Understand the CRM/TRM system and how it applies to your... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Dec 08, 2021 Walked into building and waited in the cafeteria. Everyone was pleasant and welcoming. Soon was brought back by HR Staff to wait in a classroom with three other applicants. I had my interview with a CA and one HR person. Asked several personality/psychological questions (can’t remember the exact questions but they are mostly posted on this site.) technical portion was easy, asked about airspace requirements, jepp chart symbology, did an emergency procedure using QRH (Front Cabin Door... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Dec 07, 2021 The gouges provided really help you to prepare for the interview. I suggest to arrive 45 mins early, they will have you sit in the cafeteria, chat with the other interviewees to calm down and get relaxed for the interview. Standard HR TMAAT questions and straight forward technical... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 29, 2021 Overall, great interview experience. They were really friendly from the moment they walked in. They give you an overview of United, what their plans are, how the company is like, and then each interviewer comes and gets you for the interview. One pilot and one HR representative. They start with HR usually and then end up making their way to asking questions about experiences flying. Overall, technical was not much of an issue. If you show adequate IFR knowledge, you should be fine. You walk... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 18, 2021 Everyone there is trying to give you a good experience, they all say hi, you can do it, you look good… etc, I can’t say it was easy or hard, all I can say is that you have to experience it yourself. Also make sure you read the the CRM/TEM concept and apply that when working on your tell me about a time questions. be prepared to BRIEF a flight out of Denver ( or anywhere else) and expect an emergency along the way and a possible DIVERSION, (check your FUEL) and finally be... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 11, 2021 Interview questions were rather new. The main one that was on here was why United? Found other regional airline interviews to be easier as I got a job offer with them. Was asked tell me about a time questions.  (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Nov 08, 2021 Interview was exactly like the gouge. Walked in to the cafeteria and waited about 30 minutes. We were in a group of 5 people, someone walked us in to the training offices where we waited in a room for each one of us to be called one by one. First question I was asked was to tell them about myself while expanding on my resume. They then got to the 5 TMAAT questions followed by a technical using my flight plan based on regulations, CRM, and aircraft... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Nov 03, 2021 Interview format was exactly as stated on this site. Everyone very friendly and professional. Checked In and get I.D. Put luggage in luggage room. Grab logbooks and directed to sit in cafeteria with other candidates. Representative from HR introduces them self and takes all back to a room. Collects log books. Introduces another HR representative who welcomes you and what is going on with United expansion plans. Sit and chit chat with other candidates (2 AVIATE, 6 street) until Senior Captain... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 28, 2021 Everyone was super nice, just know stuff from your private checkride, be yourself, and have your personal mins... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 27, 2021 Started off with an HR interview of 5 tell me about a time when question.  Then it was the technical portion, where I explained my flight plan and then was asked questions about it. Asked about freezing levels and how would I adjust my altitudes accordingly and if I could still make the flight. If we had to add 400lbs to the flight could we still make it?  Difference between the different airspaces (speed limits, equipment requirements,... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Andrew V
    (Hired at United Airlines Aviate)

    Reading how other people answered questions helped me think of my own experiences that best fit the interviewers questions. So many good features and really good selection of airline interviews information made my interviews a breeze.

    Dec 03, 2021