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How To Become A Jetblue Flight Attendant

Posted June 11th, 2013 in Requirements by Judith Howe

Flight Attendant Interview with Jetblue Airlines

Once you have made the choice to apply for a flight attendant position with Jetblue Airlines, fortify yourself with information about the company. Know its services, prohibitions, strengths and policies. This information will serve you well during the interviewing process.


All applicants must apply to Jetblue online at the website. Be concise, thorough and obliging.

Group Interview

how-to-become-a-jetblue-flight-attendantYou will receive an email setting the time and place for your Group Interview. Orlando, Florida has one of the Jetblue personnel screening facilities. You will furnish your own transportation and hotel accommodations for the interview process. In the Group Interview there will between 25 and 50 applicants. Each person will be asked to introduce the person sitting next to him/her and tell the group about that person. The Group Interview will take most of the 9-5 day, with a break for lunch in the cafeteria. You will be asked why you chose to apply, and what you know about their corporation that makes you want to join them. They will also ask a few questions about past work experience and your education. The group will be divided into teams of 7 persons and each team will be asked to produce a team action project, which is then demonstrated to the main group. Some of the training you will receive if selected is introduced, including the reach and jump seat training. You will make a brief address over the PA system. There will be a panel assembled to question you comprised of two active attendants, a recruiter and personnel official. At the end of the day, names are read of applicants who are to leave the group room and reassemble in the lobby. Afterward, the remaining individuals are advised that you are now ready to begin the second phase of your interviewing process. The first One on One interview is scheduled.

First One on One Interview

This interview will go into more depth about your qualifications for the position. For the first time somjeone will rfer to your resume you wrote in applying for this position. One of the relevant questions is to think of a work incident when you had a disagreement with a co-worker and how you resolved it. They also will ask personal questions. Be prepared for anything. At the end of this interview you will be told that if you have been selected to proceed with the interviewing process you will receive a phone call within 48 hours.

Second One on One Interview

You will have your first drug test. The interview is shorter but more in depth about your abilities and background experience that would be useful to Jetblue. Put your best foot forward. You don’thave to be the life of the party but definitely need to assert your personality as friendly and outgoing. Again, you will be told to expect a phone call within 48 hours if you are selected to move up to the next level.

Third One on One Interview

You are given examples of in flight incidents and asked how you would handle them at this date and time, acknowledging you have not had flight attendant training yet. You will be questioned how you would handle certain complaints from customers, also. This interview ends with the same phone call stipulation if you are selected.

Fourth and Final One on One Interview

You have your 2nd drug test. This interview will be your last one for this position. After this interview you will either receive an offer of employment or just a letter thanking you for applying to Jetblue. All of your questions so far have been behavioral and personality testing. You have been tested for problem solving throughout the interviewing procedure and must have done well or you would not have been promoted to this final stage.

Congratulations, you received an offer and accepted it! Your training begins immediately. The training is in three phases. Phase I is relating to distance and the inside procedures of the airline industry. Phase II is a four week hands on training program held at the Daytona Beach International Airport. Phase III takes place at the Jetblue University campus in Orlando, Florida for one week of final training.

Welcome to the Jetblue skies!

I hope this post gives you a good idea of what things look like behind the doors of Jetblue Airlines. If you are serious about starting a career as Commercial Airline Flight Attendant, then read The Essential Guide To Becoming A Flight Attendant - Kiki Ward explains it all!

If you have any questions, feel free to comment below, of contact me here.


3 Responses so far.

  1. I’m interested in application for flight attendant from PR to usa. I’m currently not a flight attendant but it’s one of my dreams. Currently working for Medtronic Inc and worked for 5 yrs as Car Rental agent. Thanks for your attention.

  2. Vonda Chunn says:

    I have heard a lot of great things about Jet Blue Airlines, and
    I would like to try my hand at becoming a flight attendant. I like working with the public and meeting people. I love to fly and see different places. I am single and able to relocate if needed.

  3. Taniel Mighty says:

    Hi, my name is Taniel Mighty and I am interested in working as a flight attendant with jetblue airlines. I am very qualified but since I am a Jamaican citizen I am wondering if that would post a problem and hinder me from getting the job.

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