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23 October 2020

How is management perceived at Frontier Airlines?

Pros

Feels like family, flight benefits, fun atmosphere

Cons

Terrible pay, terrible management, racist, and political

Advice to Management

Stop hiring upper management who want to change everything at one time and pay the money to update your software to lessen the work load. Also be more transparent with your team instead of keeping secrets between upper management.

Terrible pay, terrible management, racist, and political

23 October 2020

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19 November 2018

Are employees at Frontier Airlines generally happy and/or satisfied?

Pros

Short reserve time. Relatively quick hiring process. Good place to get your foot in the door in the industry.

Cons

The first time you step on a plane will be during your IOE most likely. The pay is low compared to the mainline legacy carries but you should already know this going into it. The union is a complete joke and epitomizes how antiquated unions are in today’s workforce. You can join them or not but they’re getting their dues from your paychecks over the course of six months. If you don’t pay, cool, they can ask to have you fired. You pay for your uniforms is $300 minimum; my advice is only get what you need nothing more. If you leave or change roles, you won’t be invested too much. HR, bidding, and scheduling are not covered in initial training until the last two days. Be prepared for a firehose of information in the form of a PowerPoint or Skype call to the class. You’ll need to find a colleague who’s got some experience to help you out. DO YOUR RESEARCH.

Advice to Management

All of the benefits and costs of the same need to be presented in the first week of training, not the last few days or hours. Get a better training facility.

Good place to get your foot in the door in the industry.

19 November 2018

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