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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. Nov 17, 2021 Started about 30ish minutes late due to morning interviews running long. Turned in PRIA paper work. Stood around and talked to other applicants. They came down and got us about 5 at a time to head upstairs to the “safe room”. They plucked us one at a time for panel and debrief. Tell me a time story question not in study guide: When you had to get a procedure/policy clarified and had to make a quick decision. Otherwise, info here is good. No computer assessment. Started at... Continue reading this interview experience

  2. Nov 04, 2021 As previous gouges. Straight forward and easy going. 5 TMAT and why B6 and not... Continue reading this interview experience

  3. Nov 03, 2021 Very relaxing, they checked in with paperwork package. We moved upstairs met with HR staff Chief Pilots etc. Dropped logbooks and a group of pilots answered questions while awaiting for panel interview. Second half was with a Chief pilot meeting, great guy, very relaxing we talked about companies culture and checkride failure, if apply. They are looking for personality, play their game, most of questions were behavioral, crew relationship and one safety related. Too much drama! Good... Continue reading this interview experience

  4. Nov 03, 2021 Just like everyone else here… Arrived 30 mins before my interview time. Straight to the cafeteria where they collected our documents and checked our logbooks. Then we were chosen one by one from a lounge for a f2f interview with a pilot who went over my resume. Back to the lounge and wait for the last part which was a f2f TMAA with hr and another pilot. Everyone super friendly and easygoing. I was the last one to leave the building. Two days later received the email moving me to face... Continue reading this interview experience

  5. Nov 03, 2021 The JetBlue environment was nothing short of amazing. First the checkin and meet greet in the lodge it was lunch so hustle and bustle positive feel Second they take you to a room and sit in an casual setting there will be a variety of chief pilots and FO they will make you feel very comfortable and it’s not fake. One chief pilot or check airman will take you to a separate room or to sim building and go over your history and as some open questions. Basic get to know u this is the... Continue reading this interview experience

  6. Nov 03, 2021 Everyone's experience was spot on. Just come knowing why you want to be at JetBlue and a few stories for TMAAT questions. Everyone was really laid back. Got the Phase 2 email about 30 hours later. Good luck... Continue reading this interview experience

  7. Oct 28, 2021 Amazing experience very laidback and relax great staff , I arrived the day before, try to arrive 30 min before your interview at the interview location , everything started at the cafeteria were a nice lady check you in and collect few of your documents and give you a name tag to put on tour suite , then a Capt came and took everyone to a 4 floor in a conference room were they collect your logbooks, and then we sat and a Chief Pilot talk to us about jetBlue history and answer any questions... Continue reading this interview experience

  8. Oct 28, 2021 Everything was very straightforward and welcoming. Reviewed Resume (they mentioned I had 3 minutes or less to answer quetions).  Then TMAAT questions.  (view the study guide of this website).  Any questions for us? Overall a fantastic experience. Did the “debrief” with an assistant chief pilot prior to the HR portion of the interview. Just wanted to ask about any failures/accidents/incidents and again review the resume. Also had time at the end to ask any questions you had. Best of... Continue reading this interview experience

  9. Oct 28, 2021 Got to the OSC center about 30 minutes early. Taking an Uber was the easiest way to get to the OSC (they don’t want you showing up more than 30 minutes early). Everyone was extremely friendly. Handed in resume and pria paperwork right away. After about 30 minutes we got taken up to the “safe room”. There you hand in logbooks and some of the other paperwork you had to bring. From there you listen/ask questions to a chief while they take people 1 by 1 to do either the chief pilot exit... Continue reading this interview experience

  10. Oct 28, 2021 Submitted my application on a Sunday late September. Got the invite for the Virtual Screen on that Tuesday. Completed the Virtual Screen that following Sunday. Invited to F2F a little under 3 weeks after video was submitted and had 12 days to prep. I worked 10/12 days including our recurrent so I was very busy and had very little time to prep besides using the info on this site. Interview was held at the The Lodge at MCO. Very laidback atmosphere and I was in the afternoon session. Everyone... Continue reading this interview experience

  11. Feedback from: Meighan L
    (Hired at jetBlue)

    It gave me all the information needed to succeed in my interview.

    Nov 04, 2021