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Read Page 1 ... finish. They walked us throught the facility showed us some of Uniteds history and then briefed us on how the interview would go. A pilot and an hr representative were the ones... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Nov 13, 2023 As a Zero Hour Student, the interview system has changed to a behavioral interview, about a month prior to starting class. The interview was recorded and I was told that it will be reviewed by the staff after the completion of the Private Pilot training and before begining the next steps of Aviate. It started with a quick Tell Me About Yourself which included previous work experience and life background/journey. Then, we transitioned to a series of 4 Tell Me About A Time questions and was... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Oct 26, 2023 The interview seemed pretty standard with others' on this site. It started with the HR portion which consisted of "tell me about a time questions.  I then got a 5 minute break before starting the technical portion. I got asked questions pertaining to a cross country I had previously planned. (view the study guide of this website).   We then concluded the interview with some legal questions. I was then asked "why do you want to work at United?" by the HR... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Oct 20, 2023 This interview was for the Aviate program, but it is now being applied prior to the Aviate Academy portion. It was done online via zoom. Anyways, it was a very calm and enjoyable experience. Basic questions that everyone should expect in any job interview. Why this company? Why this training facility? Why be a pilot? etc. Then, there will be 3 or 4 TMAAT questions which are randomly chosen by computer. If you study all the questions here, this interview should be a breeze. I had about 7... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Oct 19, 2023 Interview is exactly as others stated. There are no gotcha questions. Started off with 5 tell me about a time questions and then had a brief break. Then we came back in and discussed the flight plan that I made. He was really only concerned with emergency scenarios rather than my calculations for the flight. Overall a really good... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Oct 10, 2023 People at United are the nicest people I have ever met. Everyone is there to help you get through the process. Follow what they want you to do exactly like the attachments they send to your email. None of the HR questions were worded exactly like what I see here. They must have a list 50 or more questions to ask. I don't recommend just go through the questions here and expect those are the ones that they are going to ask. I am not going to type the questions word by word. They want your... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Oct 05, 2023 Technical portion was light work. HR portion was more challenging. I was expecting to get all the questions in the gouge, but only 3/6 of total questions I was asked was on this gouge, so make sure to study TMAAT questions in general (not just those in here). They were nice, but they asked a lot of pointed follow up questions during the HR portion -- may have been because I was caught off guard and didn't have stories prepared for the questions that weren't on the gouge. Overall, it worked... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Oct 03, 2023 This interview was mostly exactly what has previously been stated in the experiences and study guide. Everybody is super nice, easy transportation from the hotel to the training center. Met in the cafeteria, make sure to talk to the other people interviewing. I really enjoyed speaking with them and it calmed most of my nerves. Then did a tour with a pilot, then went into a conference room to get a briefing before they called me back. The interview was 5 TMAAT questions, then a brief review... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Sep 27, 2023 Interview was as expected, I arrived to the facility a little early and talked to everyone else that was there for an interview as well as some pilots doing simulator training. There was about 12 people total, 2 including myself for Aviate. started with a quick tour of the facility, and then we were all seated in a room and told a little about ourselves. We were all called by name to go and interview. The interview started with about 5 TMAAT questions and then a short break. Technical... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Sep 22, 2023 Going into my interview, I was prepared to teach since I have my CFII. I brought teaching materials, but I was not able to use them. We started with the classic HR portion of the interview before taking a 10 minute break. For the technical, it was fairly regulations heavy. I was asked to recite several regs by memory including 91.205. We went through my cross-country... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Sep 21, 2023 The interview was very straight forward, and everything is covered in the write-ups from previous interviews. When you get there, you check in and are brought to the cafeteria area with all of the other applicants. I was interviewing for Aviate, and there was only one other applicant for Aviate, the rest were for United. You sit and wait for about 30 minutes and eventually a pilot comes and introduces themselves and shows you around the training center, at least the building that you are in,... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Estrelita C

    (Hired at United Airlines Aviate)

    Gouges of the interviews were spot on and they were helpful. Most of them were very detailed and provide questions that I got in the interview.

    Jul 05, 2023  

    Hugo P

    (Hired at United Airlines Aviate)

    This website helped me get the job!

    Jul 05, 2023