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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 interview. Listen, Think, Pause, and Respond, these are not trick questions folks. I did NOT use interview prep, I would recommend just preparing on your own, as Frontier wants to interview YOU. ATP prep will get you prepared for the written test at the beginning. Don't skimp on this, everyone in our group passed. All the other gouge about the interview day is accurate. Below are... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Sep 19, 2023 Make sure you are familiar with descent planning and how to answer questions like “you need to descend from 38,000 to 12,000 and you need to slow from 350kts to 200kts, how many miles will this require” Other than that, most of the gouges are very spot on. There is no “correct answer” to the ADM scenario questions, but think through your answer logically and demonstrate your thought process... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Sep 13, 2023 Very simple process. Showed up around 7:40, process started at 8. We sat down in their café area and they had breakfast for us. Logbook review was first, then they started SBI and individual panel. Panel was just like the other gouges, so just study those. SBI was also very simple and they didn't have any "gotcha" questions. About an hour after the last interview, they announced that all 7 of us got the offer. Class date is predicted to be late Fall early... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Sep 13, 2023 Arrive at 7:30-45 and meet the other candidates in the lobby. Then at 8 we were taken into the break room/cafeteria area and given a rundown of what to expect for the day. They gave us breakfast and a short (maybe 20 questions) ATP quiz. While we were eating they checked logbooks. After breakfast they started the panel interviews and SBI. Nothing to difficult, they want you to do well. Just study the questions on here and you will be prepared. They did use Lido charts during the SBI... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Sep 06, 2023 The questions in this gouge were accurate to what you will be asked. Plan to spend all day at the Frontier headquarters. They asked each applicant slightly different questions but all were covered in the gouge. There are two portions to the FO interview which includes a panel (question and answer) followed by a scenario based portion where they will put you in a mock flight deck with another applicant. Know your basic information and youll do fine. Do not get stressed on the scenario based... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Aug 30, 2023 The interviews was exactly as others have said on here so I’m not gunna reinvent the wheel. Show up at 730, sign in and meet fellow candidates. HR bring you to the conference room where you will spend the most of your day. The will call 2 for the SBI or 1 for the panel in no particular order. The SBI is straight from the gouge. Read the ATIS brief the threats. Ice, terrain, complex taxi, new crew, etc. speak intelligently and you will be fine. If you are at a 121 carrier, this is what... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Aug 19, 2023 The gouge here is right on. There 10 of us, only 5 passed the interview. starting off with the ATP written type questions, 20 of them. pretty easy. Read and really think about it, did not really have to prep this. followed by logbook review and documents. lunch is served. They are pretty easy on HR questions, they are really looking to see if you are a good fit and if you will be using Frontier as a stepping stone. If you say you will be leaving Frontier for a legacy, you will not be hired.... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Aug 17, 2023 You walk into this big room with your entire interview class, the recruitment team introduced themselves etc. be prepared for an all day interview. 7:30am-3:30pm. HR and technical is combined. should last about 30 minutes. all the HR questions and technical questions asked were on the study guide. after that we did the SBI. all the SBI questions are also on the study guide on here. during the SBI dont let them rush you, because they will try. I rushed one answer and that was what I think,... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Aug 16, 2023 Everything in the gouge is spot on. Two part interview with scenario based and HR portion. scenario is the same as everyone had said. HR portion wasn’t very heavy on TMAAT, but a lot of HR type questions. Very little technical. Very long day, started at 8am and ended around 4pm. Breakfast and lunch provided. The pilot recruiters were very informative on everything that is going on with the company and pros and cons about the operation. They want to give you all the information to make... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Aug 11, 2023 The interview was straightforward. They asked me typically questions found in the prep resources on this site. For example: - what does Frontier’s motto “low fares done right” mean to you - checkride failure - tell me a time when you went above and beyond - tell me a time when you worked with someone you didn’t get along with - tell me a time when you were challenged - why do you want to work for Frontier - what do you have to have in site to descend below the DA... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Aug 09, 2023 I applied online as an E3 visa applicant. The interview was conducted by a pilot and a member of HR; very professional but also laid back. I was put at ease almost immediately and after brief introductions we began the HR component. Stock standard stuff like TMAAT and WWYD, example questions on AviationInterviews were almost verbatim. The technical component was to an ATP standard and was asked about runway condition codes, aircraft icing and fuel requirements. Overall the interview leaned... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Brian M

    (Hired at Frontier Airlines)

    Spot on gouge for every interview I had. Essential preparation for almost every airline.

    Sep 09, 2023  

    Rebecca C

    (Hired at Frontier Airlines)

    I passed my interviews!

    Aug 07, 2023