Pros: flight benefits, able to fly free anywhere in the world.
Cons: work/life balance.
Extremely busy, every day was different, based on the weather. Spent the day ensuring flights departed on time, and passengers needs were met.
Learned everything there is to know about the airline industry, but specifically, how to lead people of various cultures.
Outstanding management team in every department I ever worked.
Developed lasting relationships – more... with my co-workers.
The hardest part of the job was that each day was unpredictable resulting in working 1-3 hours passed scheduled shift on a regular basis. No time for family due to the busiest times are during holidays and when children are out of school. Very little work/life balance.
The most enjoyable was learning to understand people, diversity, inclusion, and Delta has a culture that is like a family. Wherever you travel, you are always a part of the Delta family. I learned more about leading and developing people while working at Delta than any other company I have worked for. – less