Frontier plans to hire more than 800 Flight Attendants across the country before the end of the year, FOX 31 reported.
The move comes as the airline prepares to grow and expand their fleet from 63 to 72 aircrafts and increase its operation in more locations outside its traditional home base, according to 9 News.
This is excellent news for all those aspiring to start a career in aviation as future Flight Attendants. 9 News stated that 200 of those Flight Attendants will be based out of Denver and the remaining 600 will be based in multiple bases Frontier has across the country.
The current Frontier bases are: Denver, CO – Chicago, IL – Trenton, NJ and Orlando, FL.
While some of the increased personnel needs come from normal attrition cycles and some from the boost in fleet, an element of the hiring spree also relates to the new, larger planes that Frontier will be flying. It’s in the process of replacing its 138-seat Airbus A319s with 186-seat A320s and 230-seat A321 models. While the A319s required only three flight attendants each, the A321s demand five per flight, Faulkner noted
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