Remember to be well informed about jetBlue as a company. You can find out what they’ve been up to lately, along with their corporate information here. Wikipedia is also be a good source to learn about their history.
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If jetBlue likes your application, you will get a brief phone interview. They will be confirming basic information like your flight time, experience and they’ll ask about stuff like failed check rides. As long as there aren’t any problems, you’ll get a follow up email with information about flying to Long Island, NY for the interview and some follow up questions.
Expect a two part interview, both parts with a jetBlue captain and HR representative. There will be informal Q&As with jetBlue personnel before part one and between part one and part two.
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Part One: Questions from past interviews
Focusing mostly on your personality, standard interview questions.
What do you know about jetBlue
Tell me about a time you had an unhappy customer, how was it resolved?
Tell me about a time you had to solve a problem and what was the outcome.
Tell me about a time you had a problem working with someone of diversity or different culture.
Part Two: Questions from past interviews
This part will be follow up from part one with an emphasis on your records and experience as a pilot.
Why is jetBlue a good fit for you?
Walk us through your resume
What was the last aircraft you learned?
Did you have any difficulties?
How did you overcome them, what did you learn?