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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. Sep 14, 2023 Exactly as advertised. In fact, when they did the tour at the beginning they mentioned that the interview would be exactly as it says online as they want you to feel as comfortable as possible. Ensure that you have a full work history listed on your resume. They wanted this from me at the end of the interview (but I don't remember any place where they specifically asked for it). Not a big deal and they didn't seem upset about it, just include it up front so you don't have to provide it to... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Sep 14, 2023 I applied for the new RTP Gateway program and was selected to be interviewed. Time from application online to interview was approximately three weeks. This program is specifically designed for former military or separating military rotary wing pilots who need to finish their fixed wing flight requirements to become ATP eligible. If selected, you will be offered a flight to Orlando to interview. You will need to fill out a lengthy application form within about 48 hours of being notified of... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Sep 14, 2023 Overall the interview experience couldn’t have been more pleasant and fun. When you walk in you hand over all of your logbooks, printed PRIA papers, driving record, etc. You’ll be given a name badge and then you’ll chat with other interviewees. Once everyone’s done, a recruiter takes you around the lodge and the university, showing you the cafeteria, sims, classrooms, etc. Once you get back they’ll start the interviews. We had a large group so people were... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Sep 13, 2023 Interview was directly online with what everyone else has posted. It was really laid back. There weren't any questions asked that were already posted here. It took about 3 hours start to finish but I was one of the first applicants to go as I had an early flight. I found out the next day. I got a TBNT. I have family at a legacy and they asked me about that which I was honest. I think maybe they felt I was intending to... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Aug 24, 2023 Very good interview experience. Turned in paperwork, given a coffee coupon, then did a tour of the facility. Impressed with the JetBlue university. Q&A as a group. They answered everyone's questions throughout the day. Pulled out for an interview with a pilot and HR person. Asked 5 TMAAT questions. Pulled out again for debrief where you disclose anything on records/PRIA and asked why JetBlue. Very laid back environment. They just want to see if you are someone that will fit in with the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Aug 24, 2023 Interview process was very professional but also relaxed and laid back. 8am-1pm is a good round estimate for the time from start to finish with all the other applicants. Arrive at "the lodge" and are given a tour of the facilities. Then there are two interviews. One is with 2 pilot recruiters which is centered around "Tell me about a time" style questions, 5 in total. Along with other questions such as "Why JetBlue, and Why you". Second interview is a... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Aug 23, 2023 Overall, a straightforward interview process as others previously mentioned. I submitted my app last month and after a week later, I was offered an interview invite. Bring your logbooks, PRIA forms, certificates and medical as you'll need them on the day of your interview. I arrived at one of the airport hotels a day prior to the interview and arrived at JetBlue U at 0800 where I submitted the previously mentioned documents. I was given a tour of JetBlue U and then sat in a room with a... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Aug 16, 2023 Over all great interview experience. Started at 8 am turning in PRIA, NDR, and Logbooks. We then went on a short tour of the Orlando facility. After that we went in a waiting room with some fo’s and ca’s for a q&a while we were being called for the interviews. There are two portions. A panel interview with TMAT questions, then a “debrief” with a Chief Pilot and Hr rep. Both were very laid back and didn’t feel like you were in an interview. Just be yourself... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Jul 28, 2023 Straight forward process like many have mentioned before. Stay at the hotel near the airport and their shuttle will still pick you up despite it not being on their recommended list of hotels. 8AM arrival at The Lodge to sign in and turn in logbooks, followed by a 30 minute tour of the lodge and the adjacent training building. Back at the "welcome room" where you signed in, you will wait your turn to be called to do the HR interview or the chief pilot interview. There are a group... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Jul 27, 2023 The interview experience is as discussed by others here. Call the number in your welcome packet to schedule your bus in the morning. The bus will pick you up right on time and bring you to JBU. You’ll meet everyone in the lobby / cafeteria to start handing in your log books, ATP, medical, and FCC. Bring the requested documents and you’ll be set. The pilot recruiters then show you around the facilities for 20-30 minutes. They then bring you into a “welcome” room for... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Gregg D

    (Hired at jetBlue)

    The reviews were similar, but they were also constructive as well. Great information!

    Apr 28, 2023  

    James A

    (Hired at jetBlue)

    You can see answers given by successful candidates to questions/scenarios that may enhance one’s own candidacy.

    Mar 08, 2023