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It started where they took us into the cafeteria at the Denver, CO flight training center. Many of the United pilots stoped to ask us if we were here for the Aviate interviews and made into small talk. I could clearly tell that everyone wanted us to succeed and was actually interested in our previous training/schools. After waiting for about 20 minutes someone came out and took the 6 of us... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. May 27, 2021 Everything was spot on that I read here for other interviews. STAR format on the HR Side. Memorize everything on the technical side they provide. Will want you to walk through the approach and call outs. This includes the CRM diagrams and the 7 things they list. Chill environment overall. Then Technical questions. (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. May 27, 2021 This interview guide was spot on. Once you get checked into the Flight Training center you will be called from the cafeteria to one of the class rooms where you will meet other Aviate interview candidates. Once getting introduced my group got split in half, where the first half did the Technical Portion and the other half started out with the HR interview. The respective people that will do your individual portions of the interview will come get you and you from the classroom you are in and... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 27, 2021 All in all pretty similar to all the others, I was told to go through my flight plan I had to make before arriving and asked to go over it, there were quite a few questions related to it. good experience and they make you feel welcome, and are excited for you to be... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. May 26, 2021 My interview was exactly as this page said. The HR portion was about an hour and started off with “tell us about your flying career up to this point” after that 5 TMAAT questions, and then “why United?” It went as I have read on this website to a T. The technical portion was about an hour as well and started off with telling them about the flight plan you created, followed by some general questions based on your aeronautical experience. (Think approach plate... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. May 26, 2021 Interview went great, everyone at the training center is kind and helpful. They want to make you feel at ease. Two different interviews. One technical readiness-memorize the fallouts and read over the packet given prior. Flight plan what you know and explain it to the interviewer. Other interview is HR- tell me about a time when questions and ends with why United? Great experience... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Apr 13, 2021 Don't forget to use this website! My interview went exactly as described in this website.The first part of my interview was a bunch of TMAAT question (can't exactly remember them all). they expect you to answer in a STAR format. that will last for about 1hr. Next was the technical portion. It was a very smooth and nice conversation about that flight plan they had us prepared with basic questions about route, Wx, notam, aerodynamics, W&B, VFR and IFR regs. they did not ask about SID or... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Apr 06, 2021 The interview was overall a great experience! I applied online and received an email about a week later to complete an aptitude and personality test. After another week or two, I was offered an interview and had to select my date. Be sure to review the Welcome Packet for information on booking a flight to DEN, complete a Covid test, email docs, and plan for hotel/transportation to the Flight Training Center. You will also be sent a Technical Review Packet that will essentially tell you... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Mar 31, 2021 United Aviate contacted me a minimum of a month prior to the interview providing a Welcome Packet and a Technical Readiness Review Guide that contained an approach callout exercise and stabilize criterion for an approach. United provided travel via positive space, I had to provide them city pairings and flight numbers for them. I had to pay for the hotel, I stayed at the DoubleTree right across from the FTC and enjoyed my stay. Pilots and flight attendants spend their evenings in the sports... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Mar 31, 2021 Overall the process is smooth. They tell you to be relaxed and congrats for making it this far. The environment at the training center is friendly. As other people have said about their experience, other employees will probably come up to you ask if you are there for an interview. Very friendly. You have two types of interviews. The first one is an interview with an HR rep and a pilot. They ask 5 or 6 TMAAT questions. They also want to know why United. The second interview is a technical... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Mar 30, 2021 Went as described by previous submissions with very few surprises. I did the HR panel first. Tell me about yourself followed by 5/6 TMAAT questions and why do you want to work at United. Technical interview was very straight forward with basic questions mostly revolving around the flight plan. Be able to talk about and risks associated with your flight and how you are managing them. Overall it was a great experience to go to Denver and meet the United captains and hear them talk about what... Continue reading this interview experience

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

    When getting ready for what is hopefully your last interview, being prepared is most important. This website provides great information and a very detailed overview of what an applicant can expect in each airline's specific interview.

    May 06, 2021