Frontier Airlines

October 18, 2010 by staff 

Frontier Airlines, Frontier Airlines chief Bryan Bedford is the latest company head to walk in front of his company as he stars as “Undercover Boss” this week on CBS. Bedford has been in charge of the airline for 11 years. Headquartered in Denver, the company has been in the news lately due to mergers forcing employees to take 10% pay cut.

Bryan Bedford, chief executive of parent company Frontier Airlines, Republic Airways, was disguised as Richard, a welder from work and witnessed first hand how the company ticks. As with all flights, hit some bumps in the road, but eventually earned him his wings?

The episode begins and met Bryan, who lives at home a castle complete with a basketball court and swimming pool with his wife and eight children. Thrown in a terrible wig, kissing goodbye to his football team family size and hits the sky.

Bryan is first passed through a team member looking aircraft to ensure that their planes are being properly serviced between flights. Your supervisor is Sue, Denver, in the busiest center in the company.

Bryan then fly to Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City, where he will meet Valerie. His current work is an agent of the use of a cross – meaning he will basically make every job a company employee could have – all in one. First quarterback in a plane, pulling luggage from a plane and put in another, then run back inside after sweating on the track, just to check with other passengers. This annoyed Bryan, who was very smelly.

Bryan work three shots back to Denver to present a cheerful flight attendant with Hawaiian, Tui. Bryan is a little too talkative for the likes of Tui, and eventually slow the pace. Tui says the plane is 8 minutes late, which frustrates Bryan.

The next day, Bryan is working to clean sht literally employee toilet services with Hector. The airline goes through 1,400 gallons of poop per day, viewers get to see firsthand. Hector drains some nasty sht, and then Bryan will take over. He does a great job. Hector tells Bryan to shovel poop and not pay so much tears to think about the amount of sacrifices that he and his co-workers have passed since the merger.

The week finally comes to an end and Bryan returns to his post as CEO, then tells his highest form companies to improve business. Then Frontier Airlines employees head to the venue where, of course, are surprised to learn that Richard is in reality.

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