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I worked at Delta Air Lines full-time (More than 3 years)
Flight benefits are the standout benefit for sure. Aside from that, the work in the IT department is project based, so very team oriented with steady, predictable work patterns. Positive environment with good management.
Very hard to stand out in such a large company. Promotions are few and very far between. Commute to the main office can be rough being located on the south side next to the airport
I applied online. The process took 5+ months. I interviewed at Delta Air Lines (Melbourne) in April 2018.
I applied online four months prior to receiving an email (that's why I had to put 5 months for the interview process technically - it was about 2-3 weeks after initially receiving the email that I got to the in-call interview). They ask you more of a Personality Assessment when you first apply online, fairly generalized. The next step is they'll email you and send you information about a video message interview, you have 3 days or so to complete that. The link they send brings you to a page to answer various questions in response to a pre-recorded message from other flight attendants. I believe there are about 8 or so. Next they'll send another email to notify you they'll be calling you at some point in the next few days for a in-call interview with a live recruiter. Unfortunately I did not get to the last step, which is a f2f interview.
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