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Read Page 1 ... my "pro-tips" to be successful -Conduct your map recon before the morning off the interview to ensure you know where to go and how long it will take to get there. -Recommend staying within walking distance so you can walk over and don't have to rely on transportation to get you there -One gentleman did not arrive on time due to Uber taking him to the old Frontier Location... he was not hired (not sure if that was the reason.. but control what you can control) - Long Day-- bring something to have the morning of for breakfast, you will not be able to utilize your Hotel's Breakfast and you will not have an opportunity to actually eat real food until lunch time (provided). -Keep your phone in your pocket or bag in the O-F-F position. -Fill out your PAPER logbook's administrative data in the front. I put a lot of effort into my Digital Logbook.. which he seemed only... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Mar 18, 2020 The gouge is spot on. I arrived about 10 minutes before show time, and was towards the end of folks arriving for the day. We started off with a presentation about the company, then moved on to the ATP quiz. Pretty straightforward, I'd say. Study, ignore the piston and turboprop questionsand you'll do fine. From there we broke off to the lounge area, and they came by with a schedule for the day and results from the ATP quiz not too long after. Don't play on your phone! I saw one guy playing... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 10, 2020 Mostly very consistent with what others have posted here. Everyone was very friendly and welcoming. Welcome and presentation by LAS base chief (system chief was on MIL leave.) ATP test, 30 questions, none from W/B or performance. No questions referred to figures, charts, etc. Everyone passed ATP. Lots of waiting around socializing punctuated by logbook review, HR panel, scenario, tech interview, approach brief. Little to no feedback. Small groups called out in the afternoon and not seen... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Mar 10, 2020 The interview format is as covered on here. No surprises. They want to hire you. Just be yourself. Prepare for the... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Feb 27, 2020 My "training date" is based off of being released from military service. They were offering April 01 to us. First of all, MAKE SURE YOU BRING ALL REQUIRED DOCS WITH YOU. I missed the PRIA documents in the email, and had to scramble morning of to get them filled out and in, Thank god the hotel had a good business center. The gouge is right now. There were no surprising questions or anything overly difficult. Don't feel like you need to blurt out an answer right away during your... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Feb 25, 2020 You will have a very short time to prepare from invitation until interview date. At most a month. 22 pilots invited for my date with diverse ages and backgrounds. The ATP test is easy IF you have studied as others recommend. We lost 1 to the test Logbook review is quick. I tabbed 135.293/97/99 rides which was not required. Just your Primary check rides and type rides. Be prepared to answer basic questions.  Be smart, sure, and firm in your answers. If possible throw in some humor.... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Feb 25, 2020 The information found here is spot on, but the questions are continually changing for the panel and SBI. 23 great candidates in interview and all but one passed the written. Logbook review was easy, but make sure you are organized as this will earn you bonus points. I was lucky enough to have my SBI/approach and Panel interview scheduled before lunch that day. SBI was terrible, and included a SID departure briefing and approach brief which they stopped the clock to do at the same time (7 min... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Feb 25, 2020 The gouge on the site is spot on. If you don’t study for the ATP test you might as well not show up.  They’ve changed up the specific questions they ask for HR, General Knowledge and SBI. What was previously posted will get you caged though. Best advice i give to future applicants is to be ready for the atp test and after that just be yourself. Get around and meet everyone, let them know who you are and relax. They want to hire you and are all very positive about the future... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Feb 20, 2020 All previous gouges are spot on! Frontier wants to hire you so please don't give them any reason to think otherwise and you should be fine. I cant overstate it enough, please Study. We lost 3 good candidates to the test. Day Events: - 0615 Showtime - Asst Chief Pilot briefed on the company history and way ahead. - Took the ATP written. (I had seen almost every question on the test, because I studied! However, it was still a bit never wrecking) -Waited in the cafeteria for the 3... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Feb 20, 2020 - We started with 19 and finished with 11 offered CJOs and class date of April 6th. Lost 3 to written, lost 1 to logbooks, lost 4 in the end. I won’t say if you prepare hard you will get hired, because I do not know the circumstances of the 8 we lost. I will say, I prepped none stop for two and a half weeks during any hotel time and off time and I was successful. - I did not get asked any HR or technical questions that were not on this site. Double check the tech answers... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Feb 20, 2020 Same as previously submitted. Long day. Don't get locked into one SBI scenario, practice any scenarios that would give you multiple things to have to deal with. My SBI was a departure in low wx heading towards terrain with pressurization... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Zach C
    (Hired at Frontier Airlines)

    It was very helpful and spot on for what to expect in my interview. Questions, SBI, overall review of material.

    Mar 05, 2020