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“Improved Customer services every time”
“standard, options to change annually, expensive though”
“user and vacation hours accrue over time. 11 mandatory days off per month as a flight attendant”
They have good benefits available
Benefits with Delta, United overall, and American & Alaska if you get based at those specific bases
The benefits are plentiful but expensive.
Great healthcare and flight benefits. And you can get an HSA, which I love.
Access to HSA with company contributions
401k, flight benefits, health insurance, pto. Other perks included as well.
Flight Benefits aren't what they used to be but still offer you the chance to travel for a fraction of the price.
TRAVEL BENEFITS ARE EVERYTHING. the best travel benefits in the industry because we have 4 "mainline" partners -- health insurance, 410k match, quarterly bonuses (a couple hundred dollars)
The best thing about the benefits at SkyWest is the variety of flight benefits available to employees because SkyWest contracts with multiple major airlines.
First two years working you get 5 days off.
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