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leeaf7
10-18-2017, 07:55 AM
DEN based United Folks:

Trying to jumpseat out of CID tomorrow morning then connect at DEN to HNL finally.

UAL1769 arrives at gate B15 on time 10:37 and UAL328 leaves at gate B32 on time departure 11:20 giving me time a little more than 40 minutes. Doable? I am guessing the same terminal so no need to deal with TSA KCM etc but wondering if enough time to list jumpseat with a gate agent etc..

Sorry a newbie question but never jumpseated on United out of DEN.. please help out.


Cheers,


MiLa
10-18-2017, 08:03 AM
As long as your on time this is very doable. It's a fairly quick walk and there are no terminal changes.

robthree
10-18-2017, 10:43 AM
Are you listed already?

Its a pretty full flight, and one jumpseater is listed. The 777 has two j/s on the flight deck.


rightside02
10-18-2017, 10:56 AM
Try to sit as far up front as you can. First one off the plane makes a huge diference , I've taken the jumpseat versus a back row just for this very reason.

I've made way tighter connections as had the crew call ops to see if they were listening (outbound flight) just to tel them your coming and not leave early if at all possible .

Lots of the guys I've flown with do the walk to make sure we leave no one behind .

leeaf7
10-18-2017, 12:12 PM
Are you listed already?

Its a pretty full flight, and one jumpseater is listed. The 777 has two j/s on the flight deck.



No i am not. I was planning on listing myself at the gate. Any suggestion on how to list early? My back up plan was to make it out to LAX from DEN to get on a Hawaiian flight (one i work for) if I miss the DEN-HNL flight.


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Larry in TN
10-18-2017, 01:47 PM
No i am not. I was planning on listing myself at the gate.
If you are a pilot for any airline other than United then you list for the jumpseat at the departure gate. If you are on a ZED ticket then you'd list on myid90.

Jumpseat priority is by check in time after UAL and UX pilots. There are not currently any UAL pilots listed for the jumpseat on the HNL flight. UX pilots, if any, would not be able to pre-list.



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