Mesabi Miner said:I think the confusion with this application is the use of the phrase "sign for" as it relates to PIC. I personally signed a form when I took a primary student out for a lesson in a C172 and added 1.0 PIC to my book. Is this what JetBlue is looking for? I was under the assumption that "sign for" means signing the dispatch release as Captain for (in my case) a 121 carrier. Geez, if they count PIC in the Skyhawk, I'm golden!
I didn't see 1000 hrs JET time on their requirements. All I saw was the 1000 PIC, and 1000 in something over 20,000, or TP over 12.5.
smokey999 said:I didn't see 1000 hrs JET time on their requirements. All I saw was the 1000 PIC, and 1000 in something over 20,000, or TP over 12.5.
NEDude said:Actually its anything over 20,000 or jet over 12,500. In other words, anyone but BE-1900 pilots can apply.
stillflyn said:Not true.... All of my turbine PIC came out of the BE-1900. You only need 1000 PIC. It can be in a 152 as long as it's 1000 hrs. (will you get hired with 1000 PIC in a 152... NO) You need 1000 hours in an A/C over 20,000 lbs. It can be as an F/O or Capt. If you meet the requirements you may as well apply. JetBlue won't go looking for you so throw your name in the hat.