I know there's been some discussion on this topic but I was just curious how much a failed checkride will affect your hiring potential for future airlines. From what I've gathered so far from everyone, a failed checkride is definitely not a career ender and there are plenty of good airline pilots out there that have been through one. But, my question is do certain airlines just flat out reject an applicant because of one, or several failed rides? I only ask because I just failed my instrument ride but passed on the recheck. Thanks for the help.