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FCS7006 Director, Excellence (Arpt Bsns Practices) – new

Frontier Airlines Denver, CO

**: The Director, Excellence (Airport Business Practices) is responsible for long-range business practices and strategic development for the Airport…

3 days ago

FTR4628 Customer Service Trainer I

Frontier Airlines United States +2 locations

include but are not limited to: * Facilitate initial training as listed above * Involved in ongoing development and writing of initial training…

5 days ago

FPC2213 DG Shipping Specialist

Frontier Airlines Denver, CO

** Responsible for the daily company asset and dangerous goods (DG) shipping requirements of the Material Services department. Ships company…

2 days ago

FMX2038 Repr, Vendor Field Mtce – new

Frontier Airlines Cleveland, OH

The Field MX Vender Representative provides maintenance oversight for contracted class II maintenance stations. This position provides operation… Glassdoor

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Frontier Airlines CEO David Siegel
David Siegel
35 Ratings

    Corporate office

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    Current Employee - Anonymous in Denver, CO
    Current Employee - Anonymous in Denver, CO

    I have been working at Frontier Airlines full-time (more than an year)


    Standard Monday- Friday corporate job, being involved in high level meetings at a lower level position is nice. Flight benefits are awesome to have when you can actually use them and get on.


    Very little vacation time makes using the flight benefits more difficult, and having to buy one way tickets home from weekend trips after not getting on the flight you were flying standby is very expensive. Most of the office is very unhealthy and many people seem unhappy. People are nice but don't seem to be going anywhere with their lives. It's a corporate wheel and everyone that's been there for a while seems stuck. Overall there is a very high turnover rate, as people realize quickly there are much better companies out there to work for. The company is very cheap and pays lower than average for every position. Flight benefits are what keeps people trapped but if you can make more elsewhere and buy confirmed seats on flights you save a lot of stress.

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    Better pay would attract and retain better employees across all groups. This would benefit the short and long term growth of the company.

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