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Transcript of jetBlue Airways
#1 value; it always comes first
In the form of respect and understanding; brings the jetBlue experience to life
Means doing the right thing, we believe it’s the only way to do business
Friendly work environment where people like to be
For what we do is what makes our product the best in the industry
These are the values that make jetBlue differentiate from the rest which ensure a SUPERIOR CUSTOMER and CREWMEMBER EXPERIENCE.
To ways to join Maintenance
1. New employee: Minimum 3 yrs of experience with any commercial airline; passing entry exam
2. Current jetBlue employee: No experience=APPRENTICE Program
Furthermore, they must attend GEN/FAM classes as well as training.
06-2003 100 Embraer 190 aircraft ordered
08-2003 Ground breaking on new JFK hangar complex
03-2005 1st J.D. Power award
03-2005 FAA Excellence Award
04-2005 Live TV facility opens
05-2005 JFK Maintenance facility opens
06-2005 JetBlue University MCO opens
02-2007 JetBlue Customer Bill of Rights
03-2007 100th Airbus A320
03-2007 Best U.S. airline by Conde Nast Traveler
03-2008 Terminal 5 at JFK opens
02-1999 Utah entrepreneur David Neeleman creates jetBlue.
07-1999 Innovation: Live TV at every seat
12-1999 Aircraft Delivery
11-2001 New focus city at LGB
11-2001 20th Airbus A320 delivery
Timeline: Early Important Years of jetBlue
PAID TIME OFF
UNPAID TIME OFF
Techs top out at $38/hour after 9 years.
The company offers premiums of $1.00/hour after 5 years with the company and again after 10 years. There are also pay differentials of $0.50 for mechanics working midnight shift as well as mechanics stationed in LGA, JFK, and BOS.
Supervisors have the option of giving mechanics a “lift” of $100 if they do overtime work.
14. Jul 1999
Main Hub / Base New York
John F. Kennedy International (JFK / KJFK)
196 Aircraft (+ 1 On Order/Planned)
Average Fleet Age
* 8.3 Years
The benchmark A320 Family’s largest member – the A321 – offers airline customers the best seat-mile costs of any single-aisle aircraft and seating capacities comparable to that of a wide body jetliner.
This aircraft has a stretched fuselage with an overall length of 44.51 meters, along with an extended operating range of up to 3,000 nautical miles while carrying a maximum passenger payload.
Like each member in Airbus’ A320 Family of jetliners, the A321 offers the lowest fuel burn, emissions and noise footprint in its class.
The A321 typically accommodates 185 passengers in a two-class configuration (16 in first class and 169 in economy) – while offering unbeatable economics in high-density seating (with up to 220 passengers) for charter and low-cost operators.
The twin-engine A321 can be powered by either of two engine options: the CFM International CFM56 or International Aero Engines’ V2500.
Even More Space rows: 1, 12-14
Seat configuration: 25 rows; two-by-two
Seat pitch: 32" in the core JetBlue Experience; 39" in Even More Space
Seat width: 18.25 inches
Cabin height: 6 feet 7 inches
Bathrooms: Two; one in the front and one in the back
Length: 118 feet 11 inches
Wingspan: 94 feet 3 inches
Range: 2,100 nautical miles
Engines: Two GE CF34-10E
Inflight entertainment: DirecTV®*, SiriusXM Radio®*, JetBlue Features**
Airbus launched its single-aisle product line with the A320, which continues to set industry standards for comfort and operating economy on short- to medium-haul routes.
Typically seating 150 passengers in a two-class cabin – or up to 180 in a high-density layout for low-cost and charter flights – the A320 is in widespread service around the globe on services that vary from short commuter sectors in Europe, Asia and elsewhere to trans-continental flights across the United States.
The A320’s advanced technology includes the extensive use of weight-saving composites, an optimized wing that is 20 per cent more efficient than previous designs, a centralized fault display for easier troubleshooting and lower maintenance costs, along with Airbus’ fly-by-wire flight controls.
Advantages of the fly-by-wire controls – which were pioneered on the A320 – are many. They provide total flight envelope and airframe structural protection for improved safety and reduced pilot workload, along improved flight smoothness and stability, and fewer mechanical parts.
$4.982 billion (2012 9.2%
$376 million (2012) 14%
$128 million (2012)
$7.1 billion (2012)
$1.9 billion (2012)
NASDAQ: JBLU - Jun 3 6:02 PM ET
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Monday, 05 April 2010:
WCBS-AM Radio is reporting that a JetBlue Airbus A320 — tentatively identified as flight 507 to KFLL — lost part of an engine cowling on departure from 22R this morning. The aircraft returned safely to 22L. As of 7:00am EDT, 22R remains closed as the Port Authority of NY & NJ inspects for debris.
Why do we have to double check?
RUDDER CHANGE ON A320
March 28, 2014
ENGINE CHANGE-EMBRAER E190
by: Maritza Tenezaca
EXTERNAL EDGE CORNER REPAIR
ENGINE RUN UP
JETBLUE AIRWAYS MAINTENANCE INTERNSHIP
Supervisor: Walter Kerzner
Hangar 81-J.F.K. Airport