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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. Mar 23, 2023 Interview is as advertised on this site. MAKE SURE YOU SOCIALIZE! We had a group of 5, and the only person who didn’t get hired in our group was one that was very quiet throughout the day. Be yourself and ask questions! They know the gouge is out there, so make sure you aren’t using canned answers. Panel is HR and some technical (91.175, when can you go below MDA/DA, etc) Study up for the SBI, I found that to be the most stressful part of the day. We left the building by 2:30... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 22, 2023 Day started at 8am. I showed up at 7:20am and was the first one there. Make sure you mingle with everyone. I had a chat with the receptionist and another candidate. There were only 3 candidates including me that day. Remember they are watching. At 8 we headed over to the cafeteria where Frontier provided bagels and water. Logbooks and paperwork were collected. While they go through your stuff, you are given a short ATP test from the question bank. Was a little worried about it since... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Mar 21, 2023 This website's pool of questions is very helpful. The first thing that happened on the day of the interview was the individual logbook review. This seemed very important as this was where you made your first impression. The pilot or check airmen who does the logbook review could end up being the same one who conducts the interview. Make sure your logbook is presentable, organized, and tabbed appropriately. If possible have a report at the front that breaks down all your totals. There were... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Mar 21, 2023 The interview was exactly like what is found on this website. 9 of 10 people in my group were awarded CJOs for the RTP. Study everything on this page and you will be well... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Mar 21, 2023 It’s been said time and time again. This gouge is right on for the RTP candidates. Follow what the others have said before and you will be just fine. Put some time into presenting a good logbook and tabbing out all the required information. If you haven’t gotten an interview date I would recommend going to Meet the Chiefs and have your resume reviewed there as they are actively trying to hire RTP candidates. Best experience I’ve had at an interview and look forward to... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 09, 2023 Interview starts at 8am. Everyone shows up early and waits together in the lobby. At 8 o'clock, the group is moved into a large break room/cafeteria type of area. They give you a rundown of how it all works, then ask everyone to have their documents in a stack. They come around and collect it all (logbooks, passport, pilot cert, medical, radio license), and the waiting game begins. They take 2 people at a time out for the sim scenario, and occasionally come to grab one person for the panel... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Mar 09, 2023 We had 12 candidates, and at the end of the unusually long day per the hiring team, only 5 were selected. There are (4) parts to the interview: 1. 20 question ATP Test 2. Logbook Review. This is done while you are taking the ATP Test. (All logbooks, Drivers License, Pilot Certificate, FAA Medical Certificate, FCC Radio Telephone License, Passport) 3. Panel Interview. HR rep and LCP ask you typical interview and technical questions. 4. Situation Based Interview (SBI). This was a LCP... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Mar 08, 2023 My interview was not in Denver, so this experience may apply to a select few. Regardless, I hear the interview itself is relatively the same. I did not use a professional interview service and felt all the information contained here provided ample information to excel. I will review how I prepared and then dive into the interview questions. I took roughly two weeks to put together my logbook binder. I used a service and input all my flights, including military time. I selected a... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Mar 07, 2023 RTP interview. Everything on here for the RTP is accurate. Know the questions, have some general responses that aren’t scripted, be yourself and likable, and you’ll be fine. Everyone there was so welcoming and they really wanted us to be there. I was asked one question that wasn’t on the gouge, but took my time to think and respond. All eight in my afternoon interview group got CJO’s. Apparently a few in the morning interview group of 12 did not. Lots of growth here... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Mar 07, 2023 Excellent experience, and I'm not just saying that because I got hired. No issue with them booking whatever flight I wanted on the way there, just don't forget to have them book your return at the same time. Some people did. The hotels they recommended were full, but there are plenty of great options within walking distance to Frontier and I believe they all offer a shuttle service to and from the airport. There are plenty of places to eat in the area as well. The day was pretty... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Benjamin M
    (Hired at Frontier Airlines)

    If you don't do everything in your power to be successful do you really want the job?

    Mar 28, 2023