Trip Report I Frontier Airlines I KDEN - KSNA


#21

Less experience, but not necessarily less training or skill. But yeah I understand your point.
I already mentioned this, but I think your reviews are really good 😊. Where are you flying next?


#22

I wouldn’t say that…


#23

Past two pilots in a row have been brand new pilots with under a year flying for Frontier.


#24

Probably somewhere along the east coast :)


#25

There are still standards to who gets hired, there’s no “lack of experience” with flying at any major US carrier


#26

Such skillful use of the autopilot


#27

Thanks for sharing another amazing Frontier rewiew with us 😍


#28

You must be one of those Boeing lovers -.- we meet in good faith my friend. If you assume flying autopilot means there is nothing for the pilots to do at all…oh have I got news for you ;)


#29

No problem my amazing friend :)


#30

Wow nice Review. I would have never guessed John Wayne would have commercial traffic. What plane were you on?


#31

was that an a320NEO???


#32

Hahaha,. That’s every Airline’s goal.

Nice pics keep traveling


#33

I’m not assuming anything. Boeing’s also have autopilot. I am aware of the other duties pilot’s undergo while in the air, such as communicating with center. What I am saying is that they are not hand flying at cruising altitude.


#34

I was flying on Frontier’s Airbus A320N :)


#35

Understood, agree to disagree on the importance of pilots inflight and the role of a pilot on an Airbus aircraft :)


#36

I can’t deny I do love being greeted by a cute FA ;)
Thanks for the well wishes. Keep an eye on my channel if you’re interested to see a lot of F9 action and a lot of SNA action.


#37

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