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Spirit Airlines President and CEO B. Ben Baldanza
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    Customer service agent

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    Former Employee - Customer Service Agent  in  Fort Lauderdale, FL (US)
    Former Employee - Customer Service Agent in Fort Lauderdale, FL (US)

    I worked at Spirit Airlines full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Benefits to travel, discounts, dental and medical, personal growth

    Cons

    time off was not that great...

    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

Spirit Airlines Interviews

Updated Sep 8, 2014
Updated Sep 8, 2014

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    Flight Attendant Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  Dallas, TX (US)
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dallas, TX (US)
    Application Details

    I applied online - interviewed at Spirit Airlines in August 2014.

    Interview Details

    Applied online and received invitation to event in Dallas, Texas. The event was at the Double Tree Hotel and 102 people showed up for the interview.

    They began the event with a slide show presentation and then moved on to the first exercise. They had everyone come up one by one, state their name, where they are from and the number given to them. Make sure to speak loudly and clearly and follow directions. They asked you to pull a question out of a bowl, read it aloud and then answer. They then left the room and when they returned, they read a string of numbers and asked them to follow one representative to another room. When she returned, we were told those of us remaining would move on to the next round.

    The next screening process was a group exercise where you are separated into groups of five and asked to create and name your own airline and then present in front of the room. They are watching you at all times to see how you interact in a group. If you contribute, take the lead, etc. Once again they deliberated and then returned to read a string of numbers of those who did not make it.

    Those of us left returned the next day for face to face interviews. It was a very standard job interview with past behavioral questions. They also ask you to read an announcement out loud to them. My best advice is to relax and be confident but honest.

    For the final time they read that dreaded string of numbers and lead people out of the room. When they returned, the few of us remaining we're congratulated and given our new hire paper work!

    Over all, I was surprised at what a pleasant experience it really was. It was stressful for sure but also fun and I made some great new friends! Make sure to be yourself, speak loudly and clearly and please, please, PLEASE dress professionally. That means jackets for ladies and gentleman and ties for the gentleman! Good luck!

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Website www.spiritair.com
Headquarters Miramar, FL
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2006
Type Company - Public (SAVE)
Industry Travel & Tourism
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (CAD) per year

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... More

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