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Frontier Airlines Overview

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Headquarters Denver, CO
Size 5001 to 10000 Employees
Founded 2005
Type Company - Public (FRNT)
Industry Travel & Tourism
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown
Faster than covered wagons, Frontier Airlines' planes part the clouds and fly the skies above the Rockies and beyond. The company operates as a scheduled passenger air carrier from hubs at Denver International and Milwaukee's General Mitchell ... More

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    Current Employee - Captain in Denver, CO
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    Flight Attendant Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Denver, CO
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    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Frontier Airlines (Denver, CO) in October 2015.


    I filled out an application online and got invited to do an online questionnaire. I was eventually called and did a quick phone interview, and was invited to go to their corporate headquarters in Denver. The flight and hotel were paid for. The interview process was almost all day, starting at 7:30am. They will do two separate interviews per person, with two flight attendants interviewing you in the first interview and two upper level management in the second. You're alone and not in a group interview. It's casual conversation for the most part with typical questions. They ask you to read a portion of the announcement on board. I did great on my interview but was asked outright if this would be enough of a challenge for me due to my previous experience. They told me they thought it would bore me, so I wasn't chosen due to being overqualified. They ultimately don't want an impressive resume, more of a simple one. Because they gawked at my resume and were really impressed, and then said it wouldn't be challenging enough. I also noticed that they ended picking people who were soft spoken and quiet. There was a flight attendant with another airline who was interviewing as well, and he was lively and didn't get chosen. They ultimately want people who are ordinary and unimpressive. So if you've had good jobs in the past that are of a higher pay grade and status, beware.

    Interview Questions

    • What type of person is a difficult coworker? How does your previous work history qualify you to be a flight attendant? Describe a situation when you were under a tight deadline. Have you ever been late to work before, and if so, what did you do? Why do you want to be a flight attendant? Are you willing to relocate to another base? What previous sales experience do you have?   Answer Question

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