Why is it a norm for JetBlue to discriminate against Job Applicants who do not live on Air Routes? If applicants are willing to pay for their own Transportation/Hotel Accomadations to and from Interviewing City, then applicants should not be denied an equal opportunity, don''t you think? Shouldn''t the letter have easily stated that JetBlue is not responsible to supply Transportation to the interviews. Instead of saying we are "unable" to offer you a position because, we "DO NOT" fly to your residential city. This just doesn''t seem right to me...can someone explain. Or do I have a legal case?