Spirit Airlines Employee Reviews about "travel benefits"
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- 4.0Aug 22, 2023GSA - Guest Service AgentCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearFort Lauderdale, FL
Great travel benefits and experience for other opportunities
Old hardware and difficult to manage situations with Guests
- 1.0Jan 5, 2009PilotCurrent EmployeeFort Lauderdale, FL
Gain experience to work elsewhere. They offer you a job when you are unemployed. There are some great destinations with a lot of flying in Latin America. The mountain flying is challenging. All very desirable for your next employer.
Management goes out of their way to attack employess and disrupt their personal lives. Travel benefits of working for an airline are made next to impossible to use at Spirit Airlines. Work schedules are reversed within a 24 hour period so that you are up working all 24 hours of the day during a 2 day trip, you will be exhausted while you fly and for 3 days afterwards.1
- 3.0Dec 9, 2018Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Good pay. Overtime. Vacation and travel benefits
Point system.for sick time kills employees. Upper management hates mechanics and treats them all as disposable.
- 5.0Sept 10, 2022Flight AttendantCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsFort Lauderdale, FL
*Reserve is in 10 hr periods, not 24hrs - most are off reserve within 1-2 years. *Friendly, professional coworkers make all the difference *The job isn't usually difficult and is 40% routine-60% customer service . *There's been a noticeable improvement in behaviour since the masks became optional. *Travel benefits aren't the best in the biz but they're enough to get you wherever you want to go *Most of our layover hotels are very nice - union members worked hard to get hotels we're happy with *Lots of bases avail for transfer when openings allow ATL DAL DTW FLL IAH ORD LAS MIA MCO I really enjoy working for Spirit and am proud of the the efforts made in creating a better customer experience like self bag drops at the airport, onboard WiFi, Big Front Seats, and our new cabin seating with wide aisles. Overall, Spirit has been a great place to work
* Reserve life can be exhausting physically and emotionally *Supervisors aren't always available, and communication is often lacking *First year pay is just not ideal. If at all possible, plan to live at home, or share with one or more roomies. You wont be home that much anyway. *Commuting on Reserve is the worst - don't do it to yourself. *Delays-Extensions-Reroutes-Cancellations are a thing *If you don't really like people, you won't like this job.8
- 3.0Oct 31, 2017Telecommunications AnalystFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsMiramar, FL
Travel benefits actually hardly travelled in spirit but used other airlines travel benefit like Jetblue to travel on. Work environment was great, especially with coworkers
I was the only telecom analyst for the whole company at my time; now they have 3 people doing the job I did
- 5.0Mar 14, 2023Flight AttendantCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsDetroit, MI
Travel benefits and flexibility of your schedule is the key to this job
Not having a consider sleep schedule, if you’re not open to change. Do not.
- 3.0Dec 26, 2014CSACurrent Employee, less than 1 yearFort Lauderdale, FL
Travel benefits gain experience with airline industry if you can work at spirit you can work anywhere
Low pay doesn't care about employees point system is awful1