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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. Nov 16, 2022 Interview was as advertised, you’ll want to call earlier than the day before to schedule your shuttle or you’ll end up with the early time like myself… otherwise ask the hotel to take you. You’ll arrive and hang out for a few minutes with the applicants then you’ll complete your document submission and get your name tag. First, you’ll go on a tour while they begin to review your logbook. Ask sensible questions and have fun. They want to make sure you... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 09, 2022 Interviewed in Queens. Arrived at 8:30am, chatted with fellow interviewees in the lobby until somebody came down to grab us at about 8:40am. Checked documents, turned in PRIA forms, handed over logbooks. We then went into the "welcome room" where you'll hang out with line pilots doing a Q&A until it's your turn to do your HR interview and chief pilot debrief. Coffee and donuts provided. HR interview was 7 TMAAT questions. Chief pilot debrief is very chill- talk about your... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 08, 2022 Gouge was spot on. Did the interview in the queens location. Asked Tell me about your flying career thus far, Why Jetblue, 4 TMAAT questions and why jetblue should hire you? Then mini interview with a chief pilot going over your failures, experience and etc. He/She will ask why jetblue again. Overall it was a great... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 03, 2022 Pretty much the same as others have mentioned. Arrived in the OSC Lodge before scheduled interview time of 8:30. While meeting and greeting other applicants, was approached by HR staff, immediately to your left, as you enter the OSC Lodge Cafeteria, where I had to fill out 3 Pria Forms for each employer within the last 5 years, a revised version of their Logbook Aeronautical Experience form, and make sure that you have your NDR form printed and filled out up to the signature line, prior to... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 01, 2022 Very welcoming experience. Your then logbook collection. Refreshments and and q and a while people start to get called for the interview. Hr and pilot. About 7 tmaat questions followed by why jetblue. They will ask you for specifics if not good enough an answer. Then go back in waiting room and wait for asst chief pilot. Also asks why JB? More of a logbook review, failures etc. supposedly hear back within 24-48 hours. Could get an initial “yes” but pilot review board could... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Oct 20, 2022 The questions to study for the interview were spot on. There were no technical questions. 5-8 TMAAT questions. Make sure your answers are descriptive and tell a full story of the situations they are asking about. Everyone is very friendly and they make the interview as comfortable as they can. Make sure to have a thorough answer on why JetBlue is where you want to be and what you can bring to the company. Overall, a great experience with a great group of people. If you study the questions... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Oct 18, 2022 The interview was as described. I stayed at a hotel near the facility. It was a short walk to the operations center in Long Island City. I arrived at 0800 for an 0830 interview. There were eight other applicants in attendance. We waited at the front entrance until 0830. That is when a few recruiters came down and escorted us upstairs. Once upstairs, we were checked in, documents were scanned, and they collected our logbooks and PRIA forms. They then brought us into a conference room for an... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 18, 2022 Interviewed at the NYC location. Arrived at 0800 for an 0830 start time. HR representative escorted our group upstairs and collected our ATP/Medical/FCC/Passport/Driver License for verification then issued badges. Our PIRA and NDR paperwork was collected and then we were moved into another room where we got a short introduction from all the CPTs/FOs/HR reps that would be interviewing us for the day. Our logbooks were then collected and the one by one we were called for our CPT/HR interview.... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 13, 2022 Interviewed in Orlando. The interview was nearly all TMAAT questions, nothing technical. I was asked about a time I asked for clarification on a company policy, a time my team and I disagreed, a time I felt overwhelmed at work, and I believe there were two or three others I can't remember. Also, have a good answer for why JetBlue. I think a primary concern of theirs is people leaving for a legacy shortly after being... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 12, 2022 My interview experience was just as described by other pilots here. 8am arrival for 8:30 start. First you turn in your logbooks and PRIA forms, followed by a tour of the Lodge. Then, everyone was brought to a big room for Q&A time. You can ask any questions about JetBlue. Shortly I was called for HR portion, which was tell us about yourself, 5 TMAAT questions and what makes you unique. Then it was Chief pilot debrief, where I was asked my total time, accidents/incidents, and something... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Keith C
    (Hired at jetBlue)

    All of the information I was looking for

    Nov 08, 2022