AURORA, Colo. (KDVR) — After a difficult summer of delays, cancellations and lost luggage for travelers, U.S. airlines are now on a hiring spree to keep up with demand for flights.
“On average, we’re adding 100 new flight attendants each and every month,” Steve Schuller, vice president of human resources at Frontier Airlines, said.
The Denver-based airline also just launched a cadet program to train up to 35 people per month who wish to become commercial pilots. They do not need any experience flying to be accepted.
Frontier said their focus on hiring more staff is due to their growth. The airline, which currently has about 110 aircraft in its fleet, has 230 more on order.
However, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation, staffing levels at…
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