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productive fun place as a ramp agent
Ramp Agent DIA Airport (Current Employee), Denver, COOctober 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.
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enjoyed the flying but the company at that time was not to stable
First Offficer (Former Employee), Denver, COSeptember 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
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Fun working job
CSR Ramp Agent/Lead (Former Employee), DCASeptember 27, 2013
Pros: great people
Cons: angry passengers
If you have a good team you work will be easy but if you got people that don't like to work then it will get hard and heavy. Got to have time management
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responsibilities
Ramp Agent (Former Employee), Arlington, VASeptember 19, 2013
Pros: theovertime was allways there whenever i needed it
Cons: the long delays of free time
i was responsible for the loading and off loading of luggage in the under belly of the plane an also
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High stress workplace with wonderful people
QA Test Analyst, www.frontierairlines.com (Former Employee), Denver, COSeptember 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
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Hard Work
Ramp Agent (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WISeptember 6, 2013
Pros: flight benefits
Cons: heavy lifting
Ramp agent job is very hard and demanding and requires a lot of energy.
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Very enjoyable job where i meet new people everyday.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESNTATIVE (Current Employee), New Orleans, laAugust 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
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Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Denver, COAugust 15, 2013
Pros: airline benifits
Love this job. Enjoying working with the public. Enjoyed the friends I made.
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Contracted as a Structural Engineer on Airbus (Former Employee), Denver, COAugust 12, 2013
Pros: flight benefits
Cons: just got out of bankrupcy
Was a good company not much of a future to depend on for any type of future
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Customer Service Job
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee), Baton RougeAugust 12, 2013
I prepared numerous passenger itineraries ensuring a pleasant travel experience. Ensured timely departures of planes as well as documenting all necessary functions needed to organize the establishment
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I enjoyed working for this company
Training Specialist (Former Employee), Las Cruces NMJuly 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
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Fun and exciting place to work
GSC/Station Training Coordinator (Former Employee), Des Moines, IAJuly 17, 2013
Pros: fun work environment
Cons: compensation not comparable to other employers
Always an adventure, not much room for advancement, schedule mainly weekends
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great atmosphere fast pace work setting everyone worked like a family
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NVJuly 10, 2013
Pros: fly for free
Cons: job security
Working at the aiport was a great experience for me its always bizzy and full of people. In the morning i would set up the ticket counter with everything that we needed to check our passengers in and collect their bags to get them to their flight in a timely matter. Then i would head to the gate to answer any questions that our passengers might have – more... about the flight our their seat assignments. I would then board the passengers on the flight and complete the rest of my paperwork to make sure all the numbers on the flight load were correct to hand to the captain. Working at the airport I learned a great deal about safety, security, and working fast to get our objectives done in a timely manner to insure our passengers a safe and ontime depature. Our managers were a great group they just seemed to be so bizzy and overwellemed with work that we barely got to see them on build a solid connection. But my coworkers were a great group we always pulled together to get the job done and we always had fun doing it. We didnt need to be looked over the place pretty much ran itself everyone knew what they had to do and we made sure it got done. The hardest part of the job as dealing with angery passengers during irregular operations such as flight delays or cancelations. Sometimes passengers can be rude and rowdy and you have to keep calm and find a way to reason with them. The best part of the job was meeting new people everyday. There was never a dull moment at the airport you would see alot of celebrities and other interesting people that you might not get to meet at any other job setting. – less
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flight benefits
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Indianapolis, INJuly 9, 2013
Pros: flight benefits
Cons: pay, high turnover
get flight benefits but with so little pay you have no time or money to fly
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Good place to work.
RAMP AGENT/MATERIAL SPECIALIST (Current Employee), Denver, ColoradoJune 8, 2013
Pros: on the job training.
Great on the job training. I attended training classes to learn the different airport codes. I was promoted from Ramp Agent to Material Specialist. I was trained on a forklift. I drive various company vehicles.
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In transition
Finance (Current Employee), Denver, COMay 20, 2013
Challenging environment pushing towards separation
Lots of opportunities for improvement
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What a job!
Dual City Station Operations Manager (Former Employee), Flint and Grand Rapids, MichiganMay 13, 2013
Pros: this job was never boring
Cons: i would have to say that this industry is very unstable to work in.
How exciting it is to work for an airline!
Like any other job, it has it's ups and downs.
Job advancement opportunities, travel for work and training, benefits of flying for free to lost cost flights and etc...
Downs, well cancelled flights, delayed flights, unhappy passengers re-booking passengers, labored work to load the aircraft with bags or deice – more... the plane, on-call 24/7 for operations at times and etc... – less
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Hectic, fast paced environment
FLIGHT ATTENDANT (Current Employee), DenverMay 8, 2013
Pros: obviously the travel side of the job is the best, being able to see other cities and enjoy what these cities have to offer.
Cons: being away from home is always a down side.
Can be very hectic. Late flights, weather delays, mechanicals all add up to stress and frazzled nerves on both the employee side and passenger side. This can lead to very trying and demanding situations. All in a days work as a Flight Attendant.
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Great Airline until the end came.
Customer Service Representative, Below Wing (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WIMay 1, 2013
Pros: great work enviroment, supervisors real knowlagable, good pay.
Cons: laid off and bad job security
Was a great airline to work for when I first got hired. Was fun almost everyday at work, the only thing that sucked was when we lost are jobs due to Republic Failing at making Frontier successful.
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Airline industry provides adventures everyday
Flight Attendant (Current Employee), Denver, COApril 22, 2013
Pros: opportunity to travel
Cons: very hard to make a living on reserve flight attendant salary
I think that Frontier used to be a positive place to work. I have been able to pursue my lifelong dream on being a flight attendant and although I love being a flight attendant there is no opportunity for advancement or getting a line in the future. I have made many new friends and have been able to travel to places I have always wanted to see,

– April 28, 2013

Just wondering - who would be considered for 1 SET of parents, only 1 mother & father or can I put my mother & mother in law?

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