Mission: Our commitment to you is supported by more than 3,000 professionals who are hard-working, fun-loving and passionate about delivering on the “Low Fares Done Right” promise. As a company who embraces change and is always up for a challenge ...
LOW FARES DONE RIGHT
We are committed to delivering ‘Low Fares Done Right’. This is more than a tagline. It’s our driving philosophy.
Why are low fares so important? We believe travel should be for everyone. Low fares allow people to travel more often, see new places, connect with family and loved ones and develop business opportunities.
We work harder than anyone in the airline industry to help you save money on your flights, but we know that low fares alone aren’t enough. That’s why we make a bigger commitment to our customers-- the ‘Done Right’ promise. This means providing you a real choice – with options that allow you to customize your flight to match both your wants and your wallet. And we are committed to providing safe, on-time and reliable service while at the same time treating you with Rocky Mountain hospitality like only we can provide.
Headquartered in Denver, we currently serve more than 55 cities in the United States, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Cuba on more than 275 daily flights. Our commitment to you is supported by a team of more than 3,000 hard-working, aviation professionals. We are the proud recipient of the Federal Aviation Administration’s 2015 Diamond Award for maintenance excellence, and we were recently named the industry’s most fuel-efficient airline by The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) as a result of superior technology and operational efficiency.
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I have been working at Frontier Airlines (More than a year)
Small airline so it's easy to get to know a lot of people in base
Management doesn't really care much past their own agenda.
Advice to Management
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I applied in-person. I interviewed at Frontier Airlines.
I went to one of the open hiring events in Denver at the end of March 2017. I went through the first round of interviews, then a second round of interviews. After that, I was given an offer to attend training on April 24. Not even a week later, I got an email saying they had overbooked the April 24 training and that I would have a place in the May 22 training session. Then on April 21, I got an email saying that they had overbooked the May 22 training session, and that I would be placed in a pool of candidates for up to one year to be contacted according to Frontier's hiring needs. Do they realize it's bad business to give people offers to attend training with the hope of getting hired, and then to postpone it, and then to pretty much put everything on hold? I had already told my previous employer that I was leaving, as well as members of my family and friends that I had this new experience ahead of me. I had rearranged my class schedule and had already started preparing for the training and the potential move as they had told us to do (purchased training uniforms, researched places to live in new cities). This is POOR PLANNING on the part of the recruiting team - how hard can it be to forecast how many people you need to hire and not go over that limit? So disappointed in Frontier - it reflects so much on the kind of company they are. I would NOT recommend applying. I'm not sure I want to work for a company that treats their potential future employees in such a way.
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