We've Helped 200,000+ Aviation Professionals Prepare for their Interviews!

  Interview Info   Study Guide   Sim / Scenario   All Companies

Arrived 5 minutes before report time of 0815. Signed in and was given a visitor badge. A few minutes later I was greeted by a nice retired captain who would be conducting my sim eval. He showed me around and then we sat for a while which he explained the process of the day and the sim profile. He took all required paperwork and logbooks and they were viewed by another office during the sim eval. (view the... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Zoom interview w/ retired HR and Captain contractors. Started off with pleasantries and then bio’s. Each asked 3-4 questions apiece. Examples: most rewarding assignment, loss of CRM, what would your fellow pilots say about you, examples of good leadership characteristics, you had to make a rushed decision, did you fly much oceanic, how do you prepare for night flying, domiciles, ok with ANC, learn about UPS, conflict in a plane, appt brief into SDF, max holding speed, how to enter... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. I had a 40 minute pre-interview screen call a few days before I was offered the interview. Following that I was sent an email asking me to take the Hogan (personality) test. Then invited for an interview. Interview was via TEAMS with one HR lady and a retired UPS 757 captain who was now a HR consultant for them. Then Questions, (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Retired assistant Chief Pilot and retired HR rep (UPS hiring contractors). Interview began with their intros and then they asked for mine. Asked a few follow up questions to get to know me a little better. Then straight into alternating blocks of about 10-15 minutes of HR and technical questions. No real surprises or curve balls. HR questions, then Technical (view the study guide of this website).   Finished with the standard vaccination question and asked if I had any questions.... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. One HR and one former pilot. Very personal and set relaxed environment. Started with introductions, then invited me to tell about myself. They asked some questions about my intro to clarify some things I said and get to know me better.  Pointed out that my resume didn't include Atlas training, so had to explain that.  (view the study guide of this website) From here, HR and technical took turns asking questions for about 15 minute blocks each.   Technical:  Asked me to... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Submitted my application early this year. Received an email to do a resume review over the phone in the summer. Very straight forward and enjoyable chat with a management pilot verifying flight times and training history. Received the Hogan invite 2 days later. Keep an eye out for the 502 area code phone calls, I was called to schedule a time for the virtual interview. I had about 3 weeks prep for the interview, which was also a great experience. I logged into Teams 10 minutes early, shorty... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Intro was straight forward Tell Me about yourself and why UPS. I gave my intro and rolled right into my reasons for Why UPS. Followed by a few specific questions about my background. Seemed just for clarification. Then they got right into the TMAAT questions, (view the study guide of this website).  Then Technical questions.  More HR What is leadership to you? What was a time you had a miscommunication as a leader? Be as specific as possible. What have you learned about life... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Online interview with a panel of Two. One Retired HR and one retired 757 Captain. Easy questions. Get to know you and tell your story of your career. HR questions were Tell me about a difficult pilot and how did you handle. Had to read and answer questions on an ILS to KSNA. Very outgoing guys and very... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. All previous interview experiences held true. Both retirees, the pilot was a former ACP at ONT. Both had only basic questions that are in the questions lists on this site, no real surprises at all, though the pilot did put his questions into more of a scenario than straight out question. They were cordial, and went above and beyond in answering my questions about schedule, bidding, benefits, etc. They did say while the "standard" company response is as much as 90 days, current... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Great interview! One HR and one CP. Both very interested in every answer. Made the virtual setting very comfortable. Interview lasted an hour and half. HR- A few TMAT questions from the gouge here. Why UPS? Tell us about something you've learned in your preparation. How do you prep for a night flight? Technical questions- Brief STAR into Boston. Brief ILS at SDF. Missed approach procedure/holding. Brief a... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Retired Captain and HR person were very nice and put me at ease within the first few minutes. This was a great experience that lasted about an hour and fifteen minutes. I was asked several questions, (view the study guide of this website).  TMAT inflight emergency and be as specific as you can be. Brief the ILS 10R Portland, OR in non-radar environment. Holding questions about speeds, altitudes, and leg lengths.  What did you learn while researching for the... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Ian B

    (Hired at United Parcel Service)

    Very helpful accurate content. The information provided got me over the hump, erased doubts and I gained confidence as a result!

    Jeremy C

    (Hired at United Parcel Service)

    Great way to prepare for an interview.