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Overall it was a very relaxed interview that lasted for exactly 30 minutes. It started off with 15 minutes of Human Resources questions. The questions were mostly HR questions,... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. May 30, 2023 This interview to get into the RJet Cadet program took half an hour in total. It was a zoom call with one of their recruiters and a pilot. For the first twenty minutes, the recruiter asked me the following HR questions: tell us about yourself, what got you into flying, what are three skills that make you a good fit for us, why do you like Republic, which of our hub cities do you like, and how do you handle conflict in the cockpit. Then for the last ten minutes the pilot asked me technical... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. May 23, 2023 Took less than 30 minutes. Started out with the technical portion and then the HR portion. All questions asked were on the study... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 15, 2023 My experience was very similar to the ones listed before. The interview was held over Zoom with one HR person and a Captain and lasted about 25-30 minutes. Began with HR questions, TMAAT questions, confirming some application info, checkride failures, why Republic, what do you bring to Republic type stuff. The technical was pretty quick, briefed an approach on a Jepp chart, the electrical system in a recently flown aircraft, decode a metar/taf, (view the study guide of this website). ... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Apr 20, 2023 30 minute interview completed via online. All compared to previously shared experiences on this website. Wear a suit or dress professional. Very nice process, the HR portion was pleasant and lasted about 15 minutes, the technical portion was basic and all questions for both were on the study guide. I heard back In exactly 2 weeks with good... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Apr 16, 2023 Interview went as detailed by others. Typical study guide questions and ILS for LGA. The HR interviewer was nice as well as the pilot. Was contacted and told that they would not be proceeding with the hiring due to other issues Questions were over icing, holding times and altitudes, read a metal/tag, determined an alternate wasn’t required via the 1-2-3 rule, discussed what got me into aviation as well as why I would chose... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Apr 10, 2023 The questions lined exactly up like what I studied here. One question that caught me off guard.  It started off with the HR questioning. Nothing new or different. (view the study guide of this website).  I also have a checkride failure. They were very nice about it. Asked why I failed, and what I learned from it. They really just want to see that you learned something from your mistakes. Study the questions on here and you will do great. I heard back about the results 4 days... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Mar 14, 2023 Same experience as the rest of the interviews. Started with HR questions, then into the technical questions. They were all great at putting me at ease. All of the questions were covered in the study questions. They email the weather info and approach plate a few minutes before the interview so use that time to look through the TAF for any unfamiliar... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Mar 08, 2023 Started with the basic hr questions everyone else has listed.   The technical portion was read a metar and taf, using the 1,2,3 rule - do we need an alternate? Brief this approach plate.  The interview ended with questions for them. Overall it was laid back and pretty easy (I hadn't read a plate in months and just had to brush up on rules for a day). Don't stress too hard, be relaxed, know your ifr stuff, and read all the interviews and study questions on this... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Mar 06, 2023 Very similar to what everyone else said and was held over Zoom. I was first asked basic yes/no questions that were also on the application just to verify the information was correct. If you have a checkride failure, not a big deal but be ready to explain what happened. Then 15 minutes of HR questions. (view the study guide of this website)  Then on to technical questions which were asked by a first officer and lasted another 15 minutes. I was emailed the METAR, TAF, and ILS 22 into... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Feb 20, 2023 Very similar to other interviews listed here. A very kind HR rep and a FO introduced themselves and started with 3 or 4 HR related questions.  (view the study guide of this website).  The FO then askes a few basic questions about a METAR and IAP from Jepp. The METAR had a few tricky spots on RVR and statue mile visibility. The IAP plate questions were basic. Then fired about 10-12 rapid fire IFR questions. They were very nice and put me at ease. I got notification the next... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Jacob W
    (Hired at Republic Airways RJet Cadet)

    If the interviews were relevant to the cadet program at republic. I appreciated the text messages about new interviews.

    Jan 08, 2023