Fun company to work for. Crews are friendly and great travel benefits
The best thing are the travel perks
Benefits were good at JetBlue.
Health insurance used to include plans that covered everything at 100% after paying a co-pay, but then they changed it putting more of the pay coming from the employee and no longer covering at 100%. Health insurance isn't comparable to other companies, look elsewhere. Perks of flying, 6 month wait to fly other code share airlines but it's all standby flying. So if you are flexible with dates and have time to spare to standby a flight might be worth it. No maternity or paternity time offered, would have to sign up a year in advance for short term disability prior to conceiving child. No sick time only PTO. Only 3 paid holidays Thanksgiving Day, Christmas day and New Years day.
Free flights for Crewmembers and family. 401k match is great. 100% match up to 5%. Weekly Pay. Paid training in Florida.
I loved the flight benefits. Once you learn the ins and outs of flying standby it is a breeze.
401k employee match is great
pros: flight benefits, 401k match, decent pto after your first year cons: low base pay, no education/conference budget, bad health insurance options
Free Flights on JetBlue (and other airlines too). 401K 5% match. slim profit-sharing, like $5k paid in March/April. NO bonus. NO yearly raise, even with experience (1% at most). No incentive to stick around. Turnover super high. Commuter MTA card for some employees. United or BCBS Healthcare, Delta Dental, EyeMed Vision. And 15% discount for the Crewmember Stock Purchase Plan.
Health insurance has a high deductable
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.