JetBlue wants to recruit a few flight students with no flying experience and train them to become pilots. The airline says applicants would still need to meet minimum requirements including 1,500 hours of flying experience before operating one of its planes. JetBlue said Monday it only plans to put 24 students through the training. The airline has about 2,600 pilots. New York-based JetBlue would hire an outside company to provide the early part of training. Officials did not describe how the applicants would reach 1,500 flying hours, saying such details were still being finalized.