The benefits for the internship are outstanding. There is a mentor, training sessions, and culture assimilation. This is useful if your goal is to become a airline pilot. HOWEVER, the greatest benefit; Non-revenue travel, can be stressful, for reasons that were never made clear to us interns. You are required to send airline travel request 5 day in advance (domestic) and 10 days (international). This didn't seem like a big deal, and to be completely fair, I have had some great use on travel. However, there are times where travel department and the manger are not reachable for weeks at a time. This was concerning since there is no way to contact the departments other than thru the manager, and effective communication is definitely something that needs work at TSA. It would be much better, under these types of circumstances, to give the interns a better, or more effective method for contacting or booking travel. Especially so, since the manager also serves as a recruiter who is extremely busy. Not only that, but to have a better, more clear chain of command or procedures to help the interns in cases such as the few we experienced. Other than these few hiccups, the company offers a IOE incentive to come to training up to (90) days before you are ATP eligible. This is great for seniority. They also have a direct 2-year flow thru to frontier airlines. Good program to get your feet wet in the airline bis!