113 employees reported this benefit
JetBlue offers medical insurance, full-time prescription coverage, life insurance, short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance, pilot loss of license, health risk assessment, and disease management programs.
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Weekly premium for a family is almost $50 per week. Deductibles are $1300 individual or $2600 per family. Insurance covers 80% of costs after deductible is met. One plus is a large network of providers. Company puts free money into HSA every year with the ability to earn more by completing certain tasks (annual physical, regular dental visits, donating blood, etc). Amount varies by family size.
expensive health insurance, hra/hsa available
Yearly FSA amount. The worst Medical Coverage I have had with an employer.
Ok health insurance. Not the best.
Terrible. Confusing options, none of them are adequate, and most are expensive.
Several options to pick from and with volunteer hours you can get more for your health dollar.
there is but the deductible is hugemt he monthly fee too
This is one area that needs lots of improvement as the company now uses the health benefits to make money, and it isn't in par with industry.
There health plan is great
It's the worst high costs Co pays high