JetBlue Airways spotlights its relationship with Jacksonville University’s Davis Aviation Center through its University Gateway Program in the airline’s newly published newsletter.
Within eight years of entering college – after completing a paid internship, obtaining a degree, working as a flight instructor, and getting hands-on flying experience with regional airline Cape Air – JU students participating in the Gateway program are fully qualified to interview for a training slot as a JetBlue first officer.
Also, JetBlue recently formalized an agreement with ExpressJet Airlines to allow students in the Gateway program to fly with ExpressJet after a year of service at Cape Air.
Here is the JetBlue’s newsletter:
About the Davis Aviation Center
Jacksonville University’s Davis Aviation Center in the Davis College of Business has been educating and training future professional pilots and aviation executives for more than 25 years. The university’s Aviation Management and Aviation Management & Flight Operations degree programs are accredited by the Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI). JU is one of 36 universities in the nation selected by the FAA to educate future air traffic controllers under the Collegiate Training Initiative (CTI). Its students also benefit from a one-of-a-kind partnership with Aerosim Flight Academy, offering airline-oriented flight training. For more information, contact Dr. Juan Merkt, Director and Associate Professor, Davis Aviation Center, Jacksonville University, firstname.lastname@example.org, (904) 256-7894.