I hope you get it. I've Ben following your adventures in job hunting. FA sounds like a cool job to have.Hello-
I started doing this yoga class, but it was seriously boring. I stopped midway and did a workout that used elastic bands around the leg. It burned my lower body a lot, but it was over before I knew it.
I am eligible to reapply for Frontier now. I am on the fence about it. There are pros and cons. Some of the pros are they are hiring 80-100 FAs a month, so your seniority gets seriously bumped up every month. There is a FA base in Philly. Their union just negotiated a much better contract with starting pay that almost touches a legacy. Until recently, they were lowest paid FAs of all mainline carriers. When I look at Glassdoor, I see a lot of reviews that say they love the people they work with and it feels like family. I have seen this even in poor reviews. Also, I won't be on reserve for decades, like United! My friend works there and she was on for reserve in 3 months! She now makes her own schedule and works when she wants to.
The cons are there are no international routes, save Mexico, Canada, and the Caribbean. American Airlines won't let Frontier employees fly stand by, but other US carriers do. I fly out of PHL and it's basically all AA if I want to leave the US on a US carrier. It's an "ultra low cost carrier." I can't find their new contract online and I want to see how they handle things like dry cleaning allowance, tarmac delays and per diems. They used to deduct money from your paycheck to bid for flights on your own computer, so I want to see little things like that. I refuse to pay to make my work schedule. I'd like to know these things before (if) I get invited to interview in Denver. I am tired of throwing away money for these fruitless interviews.
I can reapply for AA the beginning of Oct, so I don't know if I should wait for that? I might throw my hat in the ring for Frontier and see what happens. My friend has written me a letter of recommendation, so that should help somewhat.