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Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Spirit Airlines (Orlando, FL (US)) in April 2015.
It was on April 4 of 2015. We got there at 6.30am and they were about 30 people allready. They started cheking in at 7am. Who ever didn't have all the paper work asked on the invitation was send home. We went to the big room, and they made a presentation about the company for 45 minutes. Then we got separate by color groups and went to smaller room where each person stand up, say their name, pickup a question from a glass boll and answer in front of everybody ( Just be your self, relaxe and anwser calmly). After that round they cut out about 7 people. The second task was to create a Air line with your team mates and present it to the group ( Make sure you particepate at all the time with your tame mates, because the instructors wil be behind you taking notes). Then cut more people, and we went to lunch break. When we came back we start the f2f interview. After that if you past you get hire, they do finger printers, background check, and drug test.
- What did you do to solve a conflict at work. Answer Question
- They asked me to read a script like the fligth attendants do on board the airplane Answer Question
- They asked me to show them the spirit menu amd try to sale them something Answer Question
- They asked me why you want to be a fligth attendant Answer Question
- They asked me to tell them about my self Answer Question
Very good benefits, low pay at the begining. It will get better whe you get seniority.
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Spirit Airlines can lift the spirits of people seeking sunshine. The ultra low-fare carrier (ULCC) makes connections between major US cities and popular vacation spots in South Florida, the Caribbean, and Latin America, serving more than 40 destinations. It operates an all Airbus fleet of about 30 single-aisle aircraft, including A319s, A320s, and A321s. Spirit capitalizes on an ancillary service model, charging separately for baggage, advance seat selection, and other travel-related upgrades. In addition to scheduled service, the company partners with third-party vendors...