GoJet Airlines Benefits
- All Employees
- Part Time
- Full Time
At GoJet, we believe that it's our people who set us apart, and we are always looking for extraordinary individuals to join our team of aviation professionals. We take employee satisfaction seriously, and we work hard to make GoJet a place where our people want to build long-term careers. We promote from within whenever possible, giving our employees significant upward mobility opportunities. Please click below to learn more about our current opportunities.WE OFFER A COMPETITIVE BENEFITS PACKAGE THAT INCLUDES:
- Paid training
- Medical, dental and life insurance
- 401(K) retirement plan
- Long-term disability coverage
- Performance-based bonuses
- Paid vacation and holidays
- Flight benefits
- Discounts on cruises, car rentals, hotels and other hospitality services
Some benefits involve both company and employee participation. Benefits may vary for part-time employees and employees under labor agreements.
Which benefits does GoJet Airlines provide?
Current and former employees report that GoJet Airlines provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
Showing 1–10 of 33 comments
- Health Insurance(9 comments)
“I don’t have it, I can’t tell you. I’ve heard negative things about it”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(7 comments)
“It is paid and it’s easy to obtain”
- 401K Plan(4 comments)
“Small amount out every paycheck each month. That’s pretty good ”
Lovely people in the airport
Lowest benefit packets ever, would not recommend
Travel in standby with United and other airlines is great.
No t the best benefits...
It’s not really that great. Free travel at the bottom of the standby lists.
Best benefit is standby travel, but it is very hard to use. Regional airline employees have lowest priority. GoJet complies with federal law (military and medical leave) but they do not go beyond anything required by law. Flight Attendants have very low 401k match and if you’re sick or injured they will find a way to fire you.
You get dental, health and all that jazz with the job. You also get flight benifits. You can only have 2 friends on it tho and it’s kinda pricy per year. Also the pay seems good but when you do the math you tend to make less than minimum because you only get paid while flying. Flight attendants don’t have a union officially yet so you can get screwed sometimes
The flying benefits are great (if you can be off to use them). The health insurance benefit is more than adequate. The 401(k) match is extremely low---unsatisfactorily so---you won't be able to really build much of a retirement here.
Airlines flight benefits, for yourself and some of your family members. Although, your family and yourself still have pay $50 a year to get flight benefits, and then still have to pay a discounted tickets, even though you will still be on the stand by list.
You do get health insurance, 401k and things like that, as well as free airfare domestically, internationally you will pay for the taxes on the way back in to the states, you can add your parents and 2 friends and they pay around $30-$40 each flight they take. Also, you get discounts on hotels, car rentals and cruises!