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    Former Employee - Flight Attendant in Dulles, VA
    Former Employee - Flight Attendant in Dulles, VA
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    I worked at United Airlines full-time (More than 5 years)


    Flight benefits aren't bad since you always have the jumpseat option. Most coworkers were very nice to work with especially the ramp guys and pilots. Good health benefits. Mechanics do maintain the aircraft very well. Great job if you love traveling. A/B rotation isn't bad. Crew desk takes a little getting use to but overall are good people with work with. Lots of time off.


    Flight benefits can be challenging at times, spent 2 days in Tampa trying to get on a flight out of there. A lot of very nice flight attendants to work with and some appear detached from life. Supervisors try using scare tactics and target you when they don't work. Salary is ridiculously too low. Management will believe passengers before believing a flight attendant. Layovers in nice places are much shorter nowadays. Must be very cautious about what you say around other flight attendants who are very sneaky. Being a Purser truly was a mistake.

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    Front line employee salaries need a major bump up.

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