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Read Page 1 ... show them you want the job by offering what info you know about the company. For example; know the five core values of Jet Blue, how you apply them in your everyday life, and how they make you a better person. It should be easy considering that your options are Safety, Caring, Integrity, Passion, and Fun. Also, when you answer your TMAT questions, show that you handled each situation safely and that you learned from it. Have an answer for all the questions. Example is, TMAT you flew with a person you did not get along with? I have not, but the way I answered was” if I were to fly with a person I did not get... Continue Reading this Interview Experience

  1. May 18, 2023 Very welcoming experience. Did interview at NYC location v. MCO. NYC basically just offices, so did not get benefit of seeing the lodge and training facilities. Met other candidates in lobby- brought up on time. Logbooks taken, PRIA reviewed and documents checked then showed into a large waiting room with a mentor pilot who was there to talk to us about the company. We got some basic info while they set up and then we were pulled one by one for both an HR meeting with HR rep and Chief... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. May 17, 2023 Interviewed at the corporate HQ in Queens. 1 of 8 there. Everything per gouge. Study that and be yourself during the interview. Interview split into two sessions will do either first and a logbook review. While waiting for one of interviews, one of the recruiting team will be answering your questions and explaining work rules, pay, training...etc. Interview split into 1) TMAAT questions 2) Chief pilot interview/walk through resume, flight hours, check ride failures if any, why jetBlue...etc.... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. May 03, 2023 Interviewed at JBU. Very laid back, you check in at the Lodge, in the cafeteria area. You give them the requested paperwork and shortly after begin the tour. Two interviews, first is about 5 tell me about a time questions and the second is training/checkride failures. Heard the next day via email that I was on to phase 2 and the next week got a phone call with training dates. I could have gone sooner but choose a later date due to family... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Apr 27, 2023 Met at the front desk of JetBlue University, handed in paperwork and logbooks. Our group was given a tour of the campus and the recruiter did an excellent job putting everyone at east and answering all our questions. After the tour we gathered in a conference room and were introduced to the individuals conducting the interviews (1 pilot, and 1 HR) During the interview was asked several TMAAT questions, and was asked specifically Why JetBlue and my favorite JetBlue value. Was then taken to... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Apr 27, 2023 Very friendly and relaxed experience. Started off processing paperwork, then group was given a tour of JetBlue university, The interview consisted of TMAAT questions and Why JetBlue? Nothing tricky, they didn't ask any technical questions. They wanted to know why you want JetBlue and not a legacy so be sure to have something to answer with, I was asked in several different ways why JetBlue and what my favorite JetBlue value is. Overall great... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Apr 27, 2023 The interview was very straight forward and as everyone says, they really make you feel at home. The interview is all about the TMAAT questions that you can find here in the gouge. They want you to relate you stories back to their core values of safety, caring, integrity, passion, and fun. There was no technical interview. Best piece of advice I have is only come in for an interview if you plan to work here. They do a great job of sniffing out people who are just looking for a type rating... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Apr 26, 2023 • 0830 – Arrive at JetBlue University in Orlando for Check In   Provide logbook, flight history form, certificates and IDs   Sign and submit PRIA forms. • 0900 – Tour the Lodge and JBU training facility.  Pretty nice facilities  This is where they drop the fact that training pay is $3000 for six weeks. You will be at JBU for these 6 weeks where room and board are covered. 1st officers pay of $105/hr starts on day 46. • 1000ish – The... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Apr 26, 2023 I stayed at an Airbnb about 15 minutes away but had no problem getting an Uber to the campus. Interview takes place in The Lodge (far right building). I arrived right at 8am and some friendly staff helped me find the table to check in for interview. It was orientation for a lot of people so the area was crowded, the interview table is in the far left corner. I gave my documents and logbooks to one guy (medical, RCC, ATP cert, DL, passport), then my PRIA and driving form to another lady. We... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Apr 12, 2023 Interview began at 8:30 in the morning. I was checked in, surrendered my cert, logbooks, and Passport and mingled with the other interviewees about 15 min before they grouped us up and gave us a walking tour of their training facility in Orlando. After the tour, they sat us in a room with a Captain and First Officer who answered any questions we had, gave us insights to JetBlue, and provided first hand experience with the company. Over the next 4 hours, they checked logbooks and took us out... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Mar 30, 2023 I was interviewing in NYC, there was nothing to show you like a tour (just an office), the interview has two parts, one is flight experience/detail of checkride failure, the other is TAMMT questions, each example or story you gave only fit for a question if you choose that to answer. They are hiring 725 pilots this year not 1000 due to slow Airbus delivery. Overall it was a nice experience. Oh BTW, the training pay is only $3000 per month up to 60 days. Otherwise first year FO will get... Continue reading this interview experience

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

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

    Apr 28, 2023