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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. May 11, 2022 Gouge is spot on. Arrive, logbook review, written test while doing that, SBI or HR interview. Review questions asked during HR portion and come up with the answer they want to hear not your logical one. SBI is super fast paced through scenarios like simulator training. Don’t spend time thinking about what you would do in a real flight. Just answer the question and move on. They want you to fire off answers very quickly. If your name is called before they tell the group yes then you did... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. May 11, 2022 As noted in the other gouges, interview is a long day, broken into 4 parts. After meeting in the lobby (show up at least 15 minutes before the start time) the whole group is lead to the breakroom where you'll spend the entire day. There will be coffee and donuts, a couple foosball tables, and a cafe where you can buy other food/drinks if you need them. Masks are not required but they do inquire as to your vaccination status. After brief introductions from the HR and pilot recruiting team,... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 11, 2022 Great experience. I showed up at 6:30 and someone was there to check me in. All candidates were there by around 6:50. They walked us to a large break room and everyone introduced themselves. There were around 5 HR and 5 LCA/Pilot recruiters. Breakfast was served and they collected everyone’s logbooks for the logbook review. They pulled a few guys here and there to inquire about certain things. Then we were given a 20 question MCQ written test. Everyone does it together but they asked... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. May 11, 2022 10 out of 15 hired. Gouge was accurate. 20 question mini ATP written. Basic info. HR panel took about 20 minutes, scenario based interview took about 15 minutes. Be yourself and do not try to trick them. Lost one person during initial logbook review. Lost three people after SBI and HR panel. Then turned in PRIA documents. During that time we lost one final person. If you get called out of the room, you didnt get the job. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. May 07, 2022 Interview was as expected according to the other write ups here. Main thing to prepare for is a very long day. Show up before 7am and expect to be out around 4ish. Starts with logbook review while you do the 20 question atp style written test. Then hang out with the other candidates while you get taken one by one to do the HR panel (one hr and one pilot) and then in pairs for the SBI. A few people towards the end of the day were asked to take their stuff with them and told to leave. I... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. May 05, 2022 Gouge is spot on as others have said. Not sure they put much weight into the written test.  Focus on the HR/Tech stuff and heavily prepare yourself for an awkward SBI. It sounded simple enough but honestly it’s very broken and doesn’t follow the normal flow of a flight. Think through everything and take your time on this one. Really consider what is the most obvious threat to safety and prioritize how you’re going to handle it. Good luck! As previously mentioned, they... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. May 05, 2022 Starts at 7:00am. Everybody gets there about 20 mins prior. They take you to their lunch room for breakfast and start the logbook review while you’re having breakfast. Everything is same as the gouge. At the end once the panel and scenarios are done with everybody, they’ll call the names of the people who didn’t make it, so you don’t want your name call. Pretty easy I’d say if you read the... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Apr 26, 2022 The gouge will mostly prepare you. They change the questions a bit once they’re posted on here, but nothing so different that you’d not know the answer. Review your Jeep charts and understand what everything means. Make -SURE- your logbooks are in order and you have ALL original endorsements. The day is very laid back, the pilots do a good job at checking in on you and ensuring you feel welcome. We had 10 to start, 8 were hired. One was cut right away for... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Apr 26, 2022 Gouge here is spot on. I didn’t use a prep service and don’t really see a reason for it. They want to interview you. Not canned answers. Just study everything here and I recommend to study for the test prep. You can ignore the weight & balance stuff. Definitely know 91.175 stuff and read about Runway Condition Codes (3,3,3) etc. DO NOT BE LATE!! They hired 8 out of ten. One guy was let go pretty quick after showing up late. We were there from 7-4. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Apr 14, 2022 Gouges on this site are accurate. I was most stressed out for the logbook review because in the instructions they email you with your interview invite it sounds like they are extremely picky. No questions were asked about my logs but I took a lot of time to tab everything just like they wanted in the email they sent. There is a lot of information in those emails so re-read them a few times to make sure you have everything. The vibe at the interview is very relaxed, you will be there all day... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Matt H
    (Hired at Frontier Airlines)

    Information on site was spot on. I was offered a job.

    Apr 03, 2022