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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 20, 2023 Interview at  (their hotel right next to the sim center. JetBlue university is one big campus encompassing everything). When they email you back with interview dates it comes with a welcome packet to complete. The welcome packet says not to arrive more than 30 minutes early so I got there 30 early on the dot to make sure I had the paper work completed correctly. I checked in with the original docs they tell you to bring and they hand you a name tag. Next you give them your PRIA forms... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Mar 09, 2023 We start doing a tour of the facility, and after that we when in a forum while they start calling people to start the interview, after a few minutes they call me and we start the first part of the interview, they ask me about the corp value, what it does. First question was if I am in JetBlue because I want to go to legacy’s but I say not. Second question was give an example where I need to ask for clarification oh and instructions or procedures. Next question was about the time when... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Mar 09, 2023 Just like everyone else's feedback, great interview process, laid back and made us feel comfortable. great experience. TMAAT you had to make a quick decision, TMAAT you had to seek clarification on a process, TMAAT you have a safety concern and what did you do about it, TMAAT you disagreed with a teammate and how did you deal with it, TMAAT you felt overwhelmed, Why Jetblue, what do you bring to JetBlue? Good luck... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Mar 09, 2023 The interview was exactly as stated in the previous interviews. When you arrive you will check in and hand over all documents/logbook, after you will go for a tour of the campus, then will enter the welcome room where you will wait for your interviewers to come get you, first part of the interview is with a pilot and HR rep(a few TMAAT, walk us thru your resume, etc) think thru your answers (they make you feel very comfortable). After that there will be a debriefing where some one goes thru... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Mar 08, 2023 Was an awesome experience! Super relaxed and comfortable, which is how they want it! The gouge on here is spot on, and the day goes exactly as described in the interview packet. Arrived, went to a small desk in the corner of the Lodge, handed in my documents, picked up my name tag, and socialized with the other candidates. We then were greeted by a flight ops recruiter and started a tour of the campus which lasted about an hour. The campus is awesome. Then we went into the holding room where... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Mar 01, 2023 Review this Gouge, its super accurate. I did the checkin process and handle over my logbook and certificates. I was given coffee voucher, a few minutes later we did the Lodge/JBU tour. After a quick break, I was called for the De-brief with the chief pilot, I did that part first, prior the interview. I went back to the conference room fixed my logbook form. HR and Pilot was ready for my formal interview. We had an introduction, I had 5 TMAAT question. Super nice... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Feb 16, 2023 Went into the interview and it was one of the most comfortable interview experiences I've ever had. Going in we got a tour of the facility and a brief rundown of how they operate and the different aspects of the company. This includes where there at and where they're going. You will then go through an interview with a Captain and an HR representative. All of the questions are about "Tell me about a time when..." the gouge here covers it so don't worry too much. They know you can... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Feb 15, 2023 Interview was very laid back and quick. Once selected you will be given a packet to fill out which will require 3 LORs signed and dated within the past year. Fill out the packet and make sure you read every detail. Interview day I was picked up at 7:45 from the hotel by their shuttle and taken to jetBlue University. First you provide your documents and IDs to the greeting table where you will be provided a name tag. Make sure to socialize with the others while you wait to be gathered. You're... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Feb 15, 2023 Pretty much as stated before! Very relax, they want you there. One in one was ask about check ride failures. Total time, hours in the last 12 months. Anything you want to disclose. Then a HR person and a pilot. 5 Tell me about a time questions. Then what will you bring to JetBlue, why JetBlue. Leave your phone in your car or turn it off. They can appreciate... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Feb 15, 2023 Same interview experience as everyone else. Show up around 8AM at The Lodge, meet everyone, hand over your paperwork. You go for a tour of the campus and then break apart for interviews after. During HR portion, I was asked to walk through my resume, then asked 5 TMAAT questions, all of which were on the gouge here. Finished off with what they thought I was excited to bring to JetBlue. Afterwards, I met the chief pilot and we covered background, check ride failures, etc. I was asked why JBU... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: James A
    (Hired at jetBlue)

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    Mar 08, 2023