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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. Jul 06, 2022 Everything on these forms are accurate. The 20 question written test, CRM scenarios, HR questions. Did the written while they checked our log books. lots of sitting around and waiting. I was able to finish everything before lunch which Frontier provides, and they provide breakfast too on the side note. But we did have people who finished up after lunch. Everything they ask you to bring make sure you have with you because it will raise your points during interview process, like 2 LORS... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Jun 29, 2022 They made it clear from the start that they don’t want people they don’t think will stay. If you go in treating it as practice or a path to another airline they seem to see straight through it. It was exactly how the gouge here says. I highly recommend prep.  8/14 in my group made it, even a few regional captains and some of them were guys I really thought had it. The culture and environment is extremely warm, welcoming, and they say from the start that you have the job when... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Jun 29, 2022 All gouge on here still accurate. TMAAT questions. (view the study guide of this website). Tell them about yourself: Introduction 3-5 min. They seem to be focused on personality. SBI portion started from from push. wx conditions required de-icing. departure on STAR, brief the star and potential issues such as terrain.  Had GPWS MEL'D. Medical emergency necessitated return. They try to rush you of course at every turn. Brief everything, try to show good CRM. 8 of 14 offered the job. If... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Jun 15, 2022 Overall great experience, everyone is very accommodating and wants you to succeed. It’s a long day mostly of waiting. Logbook review and written took approximately 30 mins. HR/Tech panel took about 15 mins per person. SBI was about 20 mins per group. No surprises, no trick questions. All straightforward, be yourself and be personable. Act like you want to be there. Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Jun 15, 2022 Day started with all applicants meeting each other in the lobby. At 7, we were all brought to the cafeteria where we spent the remainder of the day. Interview process starts with logbook review. They may call your name if they have questions. If not, they’ll give it back to you with no comments which is preferable. One person got sent home during the logbook review less than an hour into the day. While they review your logbook, they’ll administer the written test. 20 ATP rated... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Jun 15, 2022 Gouges are spot on. Biggest issue for some seemed to be paperwork and logbooks so read the emails they send carefully. SBI was the most stressful but that is by design. They want to see how you handle difficult situations. Good luck to... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Jun 14, 2022 Interview process was very professional. The gouge here is spot on. HR and technical interview were combined, only about 10 questions were asked in total so it goes pretty quick. The SBI is very rushed and they want to see how you handle being put in a stressful situation outside your comfort zone. They wanted to see us to really utilize 91.3 emergency authority. 3 out of 15 didn't make it and it seems like it was mostly paperwork/logbook... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Jun 14, 2022 Day began as all others said. Logbook review, 20 question written test.  You are not told your score but I believe it sets the tone for the day and helps determine how many technical questions you will be asked later on. HR panel is simple - be humble, honest, and show that you want to be there for the long run. SBI they will try to rush you. Don't let that trip you up and make sure decisions are made as a crew! We had a baby being born in the back for our reason to declare and... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Jun 02, 2022 The written test was a little intimidating but wasn't a pass or fail but more incorporated with the rest of the day and given an overall score. HR was simple stuff with a calculate a 3-degree descent and asked for my current aircraft's max takeoff and landing weight. SBI was fast-paced but no gotcha questions. DE-ICE with types 1 and 4 mention holdover times then a rejected T/O. Don't forget to check if you are still within holdover times before 2nd T/O. Lost 3 people at the end who were... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Jun 02, 2022 Everything in these interview synopses is pretty much spot on. Show up at least 15 minutes early to give yourself time to check in, take your time to settle in and mingle. This is a big piece of the day; mingling and talking with all the other candidates is a big indicator as to whether or not you are sociable. Remember they are looking for people who are going to be easy to work with on extended 4 day trips. Be yourself and if you aren't naturally social then this is the time to step out of... Continue reading this interview experience

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

    The interview was exactly as listed here. I felt well prepared. Highly recommend!

    May 04, 2022