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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. May 10, 2022 Interview consists of an HR and a technical portion. I would say that like 95% of the questions I was asked were on this... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. May 03, 2022 The whole experience was great. Flew me out on Monday and put me up in the hotel by the airport. They shuttled us to the training center at 730 where we checked in and waited for an HR representative to escort us in. Started with a brief tour, followed by a company presentation by HR and pilots. We were called in one by one to sit with HR and a pilot in the same room. No big surprises on the HR or technical portion except for one or two unexpected... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Apr 28, 2022 HR portion, Then Tech: metar TAFs-metar was not your normal easy metar. Airport diagram questions. ARP/hotspots/threshold/MSA 3. Brief ILS, STAR, SID.  Overall it was a great experience. Everyone is super friendly. They provide hotel, transportation and lunch. I was called the next day with the job... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Apr 27, 2022 Great experience overall! Asked to read a METAR, TAF, asked about microburst, temp/dew point, briefed ILS into JFK and asked if needed alternate. Why Republic, most stressful flight. Very easy going... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Apr 26, 2022 The interview experience is as described. I personally drove into Indy, but still stayed in the Holiday Inn just down the road from Republic's Training Center. I arrived at 7:20 and waiting until 8:40 before HR called us back. They gave us a short tour of the facility and then a presentation on the company. They give you a time sheet to fill out while the pilots stay behind to answer any questions. They then call you back one at a time. There were 11 interviewing this day, and since I drove... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Apr 26, 2022 I drove from Illinois because that's where I'm currently working, stayed the night in the hotel paid by the company. Arrived at 7:45 to the training center. Was given a tour of the facility everyone was very nice. Shown a presentation about Republic. We did have to fill out an hour's sheet. Make sure to have TT, PIC, Night, Night PIC, XC, Instrument sim/actual, and multi all added up you will have some time to do it. Then we got pulled in for the interviews. I went just before lunch it was a... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Apr 26, 2022 Over all, the whole process was a wonderful experience. You get flown into IND the night before and get a hotel right down the road from their training center. When you get to the training center in the morning they will give you a tour and a presentation with a Q&A at the end before they start the interviews. They start out with HR questions and then progress on to the technical part with the pilot. Just be yourself, try to relax, and study the questions on here and you will do great!... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Apr 20, 2022 It was just like other pilots mentioned, laid back, friendly atmosphere. Started with tour, presentation then face to face. (view the study guide of this website).  Documents check. Then technical was easy. Brief Jepp chats, raw metars, taf, alternate requirements, missed requirements, hold entry, speed, atc lost coms, after take off when can u turn?, approach lighting out can you land?, 123 rule. Looking at the taf . Do we require alternate? Highest obstacle on the chart. MSA, rvr... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Apr 19, 2022 The interview was nothing like I read. I had a virtual interview over zoom. The interview was only 30 minutes. They asked two tell me about a time when questions before emailing me the approach chart I would use. I was asked technical questions.  (view the study guide of this... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Apr 19, 2022 My interview experience was very similar to what everyone else was. I arrived the morning before and spent all day in the hotel (I stayed at a hotel just down the road from the training center. It was really nice and they had a restaurant in the lobby). The morning of we all gathered in the lobby with snacks provided while we waited for the shuttle to arrive. Once we did it was a 5 min drive to the training center. We hung out in the lobby for 20ish minutes while we waited for our HR rep to... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Austin M
    (Hired at Republic Airline)

    I went into all of my interviews with confidence!

    May 02, 2022