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Airline Benefits: How does PTO work?

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I am currently a contractor and am pursuing permanent opportunities so having paid time off is a big deal for me. I am interviewing with an airline for a corporate position (not field) and I have been on glassdoor and tried the search engines but keep getting conflicting information. I was told by the recruiter employees get 2 weeks paid vacation, HOWEVER, I am reading in different employee reviews that one has to wait a full year before being able to use any paid time off. Is this standard among other airlines? Is it different for for corporate vs field positions in the industry? This may way pretty heavily on my employment decision if I can't take vacation another year without losing pay.

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