Airline opens doors for students pursuing aviation careers

12/24/2013 | WABC-TV (N.Y.)

The JetBlue Foundation recently welcomed students from York College and Aviation High School in New York City to JetBlue's facilities at John F. Kennedy International Airport. Students had a chance to sit in an airplane cockpit, visit the operations center and learn about job possibilities in aviation. "It really opens up opportunities to go into a career I would love to do," high-school student Isaiah Peay said.

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