Flight Attendant (Former Employee), Denver, CO – December 3, 2013
I have learned that I am at my best when I am doing something new every day. Even though on the outside each flight can look the same, I discovered that it is the only job I've ever had where the same repetitive tasks are different each and every time.
Being away from family is difficult, but there is also an advantage to being completely home once – more... you are there. Gaining seniority was also very rewarding. – less
After the company went through bankruptcy the culture changed.
Customer Service Agent (CSA) (Former Employee), Denver, CO – November 29, 2013
Pros: flight benefits
Cons: horrible hours and compensation
Depending on where you were working at the time (which changed every 3 to 6 months) you would either start early in the morning or work late at night depending on the weather and time of year. Co-workers were wonderful. Made another lifetime friend. The hardest part of this job was the time constraints you had to work with and the passengers frustrations – more... during the process. When people travel they have very little patience or understanding I'm sure because they feel like they have no control. Helping people in there time of need was very gratifying. – less
Tower Operations Gate Planning Supervisor (Current Employee), Denver, CO – November 27, 2013
Pros: fast paced environment.
Cons: variety of hours.
It is with great enthusiasm and pride that I present my professional resume so that you may review and then consider these qualifications for career opportunities with your company. I believe that with my current experience as well as my extensive professional retail and customer service focused management experience, I will contribute to the continued – more... success of your operation, while also achieving long-term professional development and advancement within the company.. – less
Landing Gear/Powerplant Analyst (Current Employee), Denver, CO – November 1, 2013
Pros: free flight benefits
I have learned so much working at Frontier. I absolutely love my co-workers and management. The hardest part of the job is the commute I have to make from Colorado Springs to Denver. The most enjoyable part is learning all the different aspects of the records side of landing gear and powerplants.
Ramp Agent DIA Airport (Current Employee), Denver, CO – October 8, 2013
this is my athletic exercise for everyday life enjoyed and fun to work to all my co-workers and meet a lot of different kind of people.The only hard part of this job is winter season and you have to deal with snow and cold weather at most.The fun part is you enjot when your flight is delayed and you are not doing anything.
enjoyed the flying but the company at that time was not to stable
First Offficer (Former Employee), Denver, CO – September 29, 2013
Pros: boeing 737 was a nice plane to fly
Cons: the company at that time was having finacial dificulty
A typical day was a 3-4 hour trip. Seems they had numerous mechanical breakdowns. I really met some good people there although they did have a few older grumpy pilots that were not as enjoyable. I think they were having a bad time with the airline at that time was about to declare Bankrupcy ....which they did just a few weeks later. Loved flying the – more... Boeing 737 though – less
QA Test Analyst, www.frontierairlines.com (Former Employee), Denver, CO – September 11, 2013
Pros: the individuals that you work with
Cons: low compensation, lots of hours and little acknowledgement
Meeting with the business to scope new or already in place functionality. Write and execute against new or existing test scripts. Launch new functionality in releases during off hours and run full regression testing to ensure all functionality is still in working order.
The people at Frontier are all hard working individuals, it was like working with – more... an extended family, one that you loved and sometimes hated.
Hardest part of the job was working all hours of the day and night and never really seeing any acknowledgement of that hard work. Most enjoyable part of the job, the people. – less
Very enjoyable job where i meet new people everyday.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESNTATIVE (Current Employee), New Orleans, la – August 23, 2013
Pros: able to meet new people everyday
Cons: no lunch breaks, and lifting heavy bags at times
A typical day at work is usually very fun. I love to help people so I am able to do that by providing them with great customer service. I sometimes find flights for customers but usually provide them with tickets for there flights and I also broad customers at the gate. My co-workers are very easy to get along with. They enjoy the job just as much as – more... I do. – less
Training Specialist (Former Employee), Las Cruces NM – July 30, 2013
Pros: "bankers hours" and just an enjoyable place to work.
Cons: it would have been fabulous to work out of the hub in denver
Within two years I was able to advance three times within two years with this airline. Management was wonderful. approachable, fair and really cared about employees at all levels-this really impressed me. My last position there was Training Specialist where I created all the ever-changing training materials, hired through hiring events that I was actively – more... involved in setting up, trained and followed up throughout the hiring process as well as on-site follow up training. I loved this job. The hardest part of this job was leaving it. The unfortunate loss of business due to the economy. – less