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									United airlines pilot interview questions

I. List of United airlines pilot interview questions

   1. Tell me about yourself?

   2. Why did you leave your last job?

   3. What is the importance of proficiency in several languages for a United airlines

   4. What can you tell me about United airlines pilot responsibilities?

   5. Tell me about an assignment that was too difficult for you. How did you resolve
      the issue?

   6. How do you propose to compensate for your lack of experience?

   7. Tell me about a time when you helped resolve a dispute between others.

   8. What position do you prefer on a team working on a project?

   9. When was the last time you were angry? What happened?

   10. How would you behave as the pilot of a plane during an emergency?

   11. Did you ever have to modify the flight course in the past?

   12. What are your career goals for United airlines pilot?

   13. Do you think you are overqualified for United airlines pilot?

   14. Which one’s do not, and why?

   15. Can you define Balanced Field Length?

   16. Based on your aircraft discuss a flight in IFR as well as icing-conditions?

   17. What have you learned from your past jobs that related to United airlines pilot?

   18. Where would you like to be in 3 years? 5 years?

   19. What are top 3 skills for United airlines pilot?

   20. What tertiary qualifications have you attained that related to United airlines pilot?
Materials for United airlines pilot interview

   1. E-book: The Pilot’s Interview Guides: http://azjobebooks.info/100-pilot-

   2. 100 Pilot interview questions and answers.

II. Tips to answer United airlines pilot interview:

   1. Identify key duties, tasks, job specs, job standards of United airlines pilot
      positions then ask question: How to do, how to become, how to measure
      performance, how to monitor, how to control…

   2. Always ask by yourself: what are things related to your position field in this
      interview questions before answering.

   3. Ask a friend or relative of yours to help you practice answering an interview.

   4. Prepare a list of questions you may ask the interviewers (for example, about their
      training programs and how you apply for such programs).

   5. Arrive 15-10 minutes earlier. Avoid going during rush hours or on crowed streets.
      Take a look around the university and talk to other candidates there.

   6. Discuss your interview with others. You may receive very helpful advice from an
      outsider who, like the interviewers, may tell if you answer properly or not.

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