Fun company to work for. Crews are friendly and great travel benefits
The best thing are the travel perks
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.
Benefits were good at JetBlue.
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