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Do you know who gets to fly free every work day? Airline employees!

Airlines employ tens of thousands of flight attendants, gate agents, mechanics, pilots and office workers of all kinds. Some of them fly every work day (pilots, flight attendants), while others have a variety of rules for how often they can fly free and how often for almost free.

When applying for a position in the airline industry, you should ask about the details of the travel benefit if it isn’t clearly stated. Airline management knows that you will be interested in how you can fly free and how often, so they will expect the question.

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