How long did it take them to reach out to you after you completed your profile? Good luck on the interview!
I applied on the 16April and heard back yesterday! Thanks! Im so excited!! Have you applied yet?
I have, I’m just waiting to hear back from them!
Best of luck! I just took my video interview on Monday and got an email for a second interview yesterday! It seems like the process is going quicker then before. I know some people waited a couple weeks/month to hear back! Let us know what you hear!! Excited for everyone!
I just finished my in person interview and got accepted into the program!!
If any of you have any questions about the in person interview or how the process works feel free to reach out to me on instagram: michaelhsu95
I reply must faster there haha.
This is my first post here. I have an interview with JetBlue this Thursday for the Gateway Select Program. Any insight on what I should expect?
You most likely would know more than most if you are on the last phase of the process to be accepted.
how long after interview did you hear back my interview is on monday
it took me one week to hear back from them.
You will probably get an email next Monday. How did it go?
Hey Eryka!! We interviewed in Dallas at the same time last year. I didn’t get accepted either, I just ended up doing my training in San Diego. Oddly enough, American just recently began sending cadets to my school.
So good to see you here!!!
I’m gong to add you on Facebook too.
Where are you studying? I got my PPL and next week I am moving out to Daytona to find everything else.
The dream doesn’t stop because a no, right?
Where did you go school in San Diego?
Coast Flight Training
I’m interested in going there myself. Do you mind messaging me on instagram @6andersons ?
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Anyone starting on June 4 at Americans Flyers in Pompano Beach?
Hi! Anyone have an interview in DFW on June 4?
I just applied to the AA Cadet program a few days ago. Just wondering, about how much did you guys write for each question in the questionaiire section of the application?
Also, for those who were accepted: did you have flight hours? Was anyone accepted with no previous flight experience?
For my questions I treated them as essay questions, so I typed about half a page for each. I just did my video interview this past Sunday. I hope this helps!
For the answers in the questionnaire, I was honest, some of those questions do not need to be complete essay answers they want to know who you are. I was accepted with no flight hours, I have flown in planes with friends, with them letting me take the controls and I told them that was my experience.