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Great experience, they truly make you feel welcomed. Very friendly, enthusiastic, and informative group of people working at Jet Blue. You get to the interview and they will take you up for processing and finger printing. Then afterwords they will introduce the company and its chief pilots. They will pull you one by one for a two panel TMAT session (about 5 to 6 questions). One person from the “People Department “ and a Senior Captain. The questions are pretty much same as every other airline. So if I had to offer an advice, just make sure you smile, answer the questions from a CRM perspective and... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. Mar 13, 2020 Spot on with what everyone has said. It is a very pleasurable interview... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 13, 2020 The interview process is just like everyone says. TMAAT questions that are expected to be answered in the STAR format. Everyone is very friendly and accommodating. There is always someone around (generally a JetBlue Pilot) for you to talk to and ask any questions you want. The atmosphere and friendliness of everyone helps to ease some interview stress and it was a very pleasant experience. I haven't been hired yet but am moving to phase... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Mar 12, 2020 Precious gouges were excellent resources. Study the TMAAT questions and go in with a smile and show them you want to be there. They genuinely want you there. Focus on safety, customer service, diversity, how you helped a coworker with a technical issue and , why you want to go to Jetblue and why Jetblue should want you. Everyone is friendly, the interview process was well run. Smile and be... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Mar 12, 2020 Very laid back interview. Show up and mingle. Turn in the documents that they sent you. Be prepared with extras and don’t forget any. Then you get to hang out and they call you one by one for fingerprints. A lot of time with chiefs who answer any and all questions. Then you do a panel with one pilot and hr rep. 6 tmat questions. This gouge is 100% accurate. Then a meeting with chief pilots to discuss flight times and training failures. Overall very easy and efficient. This site is a... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Mar 12, 2020 Great experience, they truly make you feel welcomed. Very friendly, enthusiastic, and informative group of people working at Jet Blue. You get to the interview and they will take you up for processing and finger printing. Then afterwords they will introduce the company and its chief pilots. They will pull you one by one for a two panel TMAT session (about 5 to 6 questions). One person from the “People Department “ and a Senior Captain. The questions are pretty much same as every... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 12, 2020 Everyone is welcoming. You start the day meeting with other interviewees. Everyone waits around while we went one by one to turn in our required documents. While this happens a line pilot representative will take groups of about 5 people who have already turned in their documents. They take you to a room to wait for your fingerprinting. While in this holding room the pilot rep will talk about jetblue and answer your questions. They encourage you to ask whatever questions you have.... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Feb 12, 2020 Very good upbeat experience similar to as others have stated, read the study questions they are pretty close to along those lines. Great company excited for my... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Feb 11, 2020 Study interviews questions here. If you don't know the question they'll circle back around to it at the end. Why JB and why now on both first and exit interview. They're huge on their core values so make sure you know them and fit them into your answers. Overall pretty laid... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Feb 11, 2020 I interviewed in NYC, pretty much like everyone have experienced . First they take some of your paperwork then you get fingerprinted . They take you to the waiting room where the JFK assistant Chief Pilot answers any question you have . In the same room there’s a gentleman that checks you’re logbook. After 20 min they came and grabbed me for my panel interview . One HR lady and one pilot interviewed me , about 5 TMAAT questions.  (view the study guide of this website).... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Feb 11, 2020 I applied back in the October hiring window. I then got the Audio interview invitation via e-mail in early Jan. After I finished up my online audio interview, it took about 2 weeks to get the invite for the Face to Face interview. (It seems the process is starting to speed up). I had my face to face interview on 2/11/2020 the 0930 session. There were maybe 20 fellow interviewees in my session, they also had a earlier session that day as well as a afternoons session, followed by a second day... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Edgar D
    (Hired at jetBlue)

    Extremely help site, it will give you in insight to what the interview will be like!

    Apr 03, 2020