United Airlines Pilot Tests & Interview Preparation

United Airlines, headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, employs over 85,000 people worldwide and has over 340 locations. As career and job opportunities multiply, so do the opportunities to become a pilot with United, and JobTestPrep can help you get your start! Our resources include test and hiring information, practice tests and drills, study guides, and user-friendly score reports. Start practicing today to ensure your success at United Airlines. 

United Airlines Hiring Process and Requirements

The prerequisites for United Airlines pilots are as follows:

  • Possess a four-year college degree
  • Possess a current and valid passport
  • Must be able to travel freely within the United States and without restriction to all countries United serves
  • Possess an unrestricted FAA Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate with airplane multi-engine class rating
  • FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit (RR)
  • Have reached a minimum of 1,000 hours of fixed-wing turbine time


United Airlines Pilot Interview Questions

As mentioned before, United Airlines has multiple rounds of interviews. Listed below are some of the United Airlines interview questions you may encounter:

  • Tell me about a time you had a conflict with a Captain and how did you handle it? 
  • Tell me about a time you had to deliver bad news.
  • Have you ever failed a checkride?
  • Have you had any accidents, incidents, or letters of warning?
  • What are the IFR fuel requirements?

Prepare for United Airlines

JobTestPrep’s United Airlines Pilot PrepPack™ includes various practice tests and drills that can be taken in real-time simulation mode (to reflect similar test conditions) or step-by-step mode, detailed answer explanations, and user-friendly score reports. Start preparing today to ensure your success with United Airlines.

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