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I submitted my application for Republic Airways and heard back from a recruiter the following day. We had a 15 minutes phone screen conversation a few days later and I was invited for an interview in Indianapolis. They booked my flights to and from the interview and put me up at the Springhill Suites near the training center. All travel and accommodation was paid for by Republic. On the interview day I arrived at 08:15am and met all the other applicants interviewing that day. At 08:30am we had a company presentation by HR and... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. The interview was rescheduled as a zoom meeting due to Covid. It was straight forward, few instrument questions-precision/nonprecision, describe an ILS, then they sent approach plates during the interview for me to brief and they asked questions on. Then it ended with a few HR questions, "name a time you struggled with a coworker/student", "where do you see yourself in 5 years". At the end they concluded and expressed that covid was providing some uncertainty with the... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Straight forward interview, simple, follow the gouge and you will be just fine. Also make sure you look up jepps online to make sure you can read them. They will want to know how you plan to build time so if you’re working towards your CFI like I am, try to have an idea of when you’ll be done. I’m excited to work for them! They seem like fantastic... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. This was an online interview due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They asked me basic HR questions. (view the study guide of this website).  A Caption came in and asked me some basic instrument questions. For example, he asked me if I can continue an approach after the FAF if the weather is below minimums. He also asked me decode a METAR and TAF. Then asked if I needed an alternate. It was an easy and relaxed interview. All classes and been pushed back and they told me to expect a class date... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Basic HR questions. (view the study guide of this website).  ILS into IND, review Jepp symbology legend Reading a METAR & TAF and determining if an alternate is... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Computer interview due to COVID-19 from home. I still wore a suit. Very friendly interview. They want you to join the team. Started with HR questions. Why Republic and questions about training and check ride troubles. Accidents/incidents. Email u KIND TAF/METAR and ILS. Decode TAF/METAR. Is alternate req’d. JEPP plate symbology, including H and D on VOR, Also highest terrain and how is MSA calculated. Situational approach, then runway, then taxi lights. RVSM, dihedral, spin recovery,... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Interviewed online, was originally going to fly out to Indy but with all that’s been going on we made the choice to video interview, which worked out smoothly. Very friendly and nice HR rep and Pilot were interviewers that day. Number one advice: be enthusiastic and friendly, and don’t bad mouth any coworkers or supervisors. They don’t want to hire someone who seems like they hate their current job. I’m excited to start flying an airplane I love for an airline I... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. There were six of us that interviewed on 3/12/2020. We were given a presentation on the company then we asked questions about the company. Then we taken out one at a time for the interviews and gone through the HR questions which all seemed pretty standard. The technical portion of the interview followed the HR questions and consisted of briefing a Jepp plate ILS in which the GS was inoped, followed by decoding a metar and a taf. After those the captain asked about some airspace and runway... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Great experience! Super friendly staff. Typical HR questions; “tell me about a time when...”. The technical was very straight forward. Basic IFR questions, read a metar and TAF, was asked if we would need an alternative based off of our eta via the TAF 1,2,3 rule, asked about RVSM and what equipment is required, asked about takeoff alternates, also asked about CRM. Study the gouge and you will be... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. It was exactly the same as mentioned by other people. Interview was for Cadet program. Started with HR questions after her FO asked questions Metar/TAF for KBUF. Also ILS jepp approach plate for same airport. Then from Taf 123 rule. Electric systems for my current airplane i fly. If alternator die how long battery will work? So far in my case all went well. Now waiting to hear from them. Best of luck to... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Everything on the website is spot on just go in their have fun you will do... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Robert S
    (Hired at Republic Airline)

    Great tool, very accurate!

    Apr 10, 2020