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.
Theres next to nothing in terms of benefits.
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!
After adding my delta benefits I've been able to travel no problem. I didn't add any other benefits from the company.
They have a retirement plan, but they only match like 2%. Flight benefits!!
The travel benefits is honestly the best part about this job.
1 week paid vacation after your first year. 2 weeks paid vacation after your 2 year and 3 weeks after your 7year. You get Delta and United benfits
Travel Benefits Free standby tickets on United and Delta Airlines
No matching on 401K, No actual vision coverage.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.