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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. Nov 17, 2022 Checked in at 0640am and ultimately we were met by the HR representative . They brought all of us into a cafeteria, which was our home for the day. Met a few chief pilots and the rest of the recruiting team, who were all very cordial. They issued us the quick ATP exam and then collected it. Then we were split as some of us went to the SBI and some to the HR/Tech interview. Trust in your answers and be confident. They definitely want you to be a part of the team so just be yourselves.... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 08, 2022 The interview starts promptly at 7, so I showed up at 6:46. I noticed that they put the time you check in on your name tag, so this is important to be early. The day began with coffee, bagels, and getting to know everyone interviewing and those conducting the interviews. They took about 30 minutes to check everyone's logbooks, and then we took a 20 question, ATP written style test. I doubt there was much weight added to the results. After the tests are collected and logbooks are... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 03, 2022 The interview went exactly as stated by previous people on here. We started right at 7am with introductions and logbook reviews. They administered the 20 Question ATP written test which none of us felt confident on. After sitting around until about 9:30am, they started taking people back into the situational based portion or panel portion. The SBI was fairly straight forward. Brief a normal takeoff for the CA and FO same thing. Then my "Captain" had to state his current rejected... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 03, 2022 Experience was very similar to what others have on here. Checked in at 6:40 and we promptly started at 7:00. Started off by introducing the staff and talking about the company for a bit. They had bagels and coffee for us in the break room where we would spend most of the day. They took our documents and logbooks for review, so we just sat and socialized for that bit. Shortly afterwards, they administered a 20 question ATP written test, I wouldn't stress studying for it if you are in the 121... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 03, 2022 I went to a "meet the chiefs" in Phoenix. There were 52 applicants. We all met in a meeting room where 6 pilots and 3 or 4 Recruiters were all mingling. We were introduced to Frontier with a presentation by a few pilots/HR persons and allowed to asked questions at the end. Once that was over, we called up by number in groups of 10 to stand in a line to get resumes reviewed. I was #49, so very back. I basically just stood near the line and met most of the applicants while they... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Oct 25, 2022 Everything previously posted is more or less accurate. Started at 7am on the dot. Sat around with bagels talking until 8:30 while they checked logbooks. They administered the written test during this time. 20 questions. I didn't recognize them from the actual ATP written but they are of the same type questions. It was pretty easy to work through. They even said it's not weighted as heavily. They did say they might use it to give a bonus point if you do well on it. They never told me my... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Oct 24, 2022 Interviewed at a convention. Very similar to what is shown on this website in terms of questions asked. 50/50 HR and technical, nothing too difficult especially if you have gone through training somewhere recently or are actively flying a jet. Some scenario based, some jepp chart questions (approach chart and a SID). Walk through a V1, basically just talk through the profile that you use.... Overall they made me feel comfortable and it went smoothly. Since we did it at the convention, the... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 19, 2022 Overall right off of the gouge on this website. Checked in about 6:40 for the 7:00 interview. Coffee and bagels for breakfast. While you’re in the break room, the hiring team will come by and introduce themselves. They will take your logbooks for the logbook check, brought my originals with checkrides all tabbed out and labeled, no issues. As they’re checking your logbooks, someone will give you a 20 question test, APT written style. None of my group felt particularly... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 19, 2022 Information here was spot on. Showed around 0640 for a 0700 start time. Very friendly and welcoming staff. There were 9 total for the interview: 2 military, 1 135, and the rest regional 121. We were walked back to their cafeteria area where they brought in bagels, muffins, and coffee while they reviewed everyone's log book. We were told how the day would go: written test, then either the HR panel interview or the SBI. Gouge for the written test on here was pretty good, I also used the a... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 18, 2022 Overall it was a very positive experience and a long day. I stayed at a hotel across the street and walked over to their headquarters. I got to the building at 6:45 am and the day started promptly at 7 am with bagels, coffee, and introductions from the hiring team. After the introductions they collected our logbooks and original copies of our documents and certificates for review. They only call you back if they have questions, which was pretty much everybody. While they are reviewing those,... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Gianpaolo D
    (Hired at Frontier Airlines)

    This website has everything I needed for my interview.

    Nov 08, 2022