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OOTSK 02-19-2017 05:45 AM

Atlas/Polar JS Info
 
Hey guys. Offline jumpseater trying to find some info for flight 961 CVG-ANC today. Any Atlas or Polar guys online to help me out? Just wanted to see if its on time and I'm still listed. My initials are T.S. Your help is greatly appreciated!

Fly good!

Whiplash6 02-19-2017 05:51 AM

It is currently on time and you are listed.

OOTSK 02-19-2017 06:11 AM

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Originally Posted by Whiplash6 (Post 2304729)
It is currently on time and you are listed.

Thank you!

Mr Rumbold 02-19-2017 09:36 AM

slightly OT.. but when you jumpseat on Atlas, or Kalitta for that matter, on a 747 are you actually sitting in the jumpseat itself or is there a "crew area" to sit in - I imagine both these companies tend to fly w/ multiple crews aboard (?)
Can you, if you want, sit upfront for a while or do they tend to have check airmen or company people sitting in the js on most flights?

Whiplash6 02-19-2017 09:45 AM

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Originally Posted by Mr Rumbold (Post 2304834)
slightly OT.. but when you jumpseat on Atlas, or Kalitta for that matter, on a 747… are you actually sitting in the jumpseat itself or is there a "crew area" to sit in - I imagine both these companies tend to fly w/ multiple crews aboard (?)
Can you, if you want, sit upfront for a while or do they tend to have check airmen or company people sitting in the js on most flights?

Depends on the amount of operating crew members. If, for instance, you're jumpseating on the 74 and there's 4 pilots, then all the jumpseats are taken and you'd have to sit in the cabin. If there's a seat available then I'm sure the captain would encourage another set of eyes up front if you're so inclined.

jaskaranbhathal 08-16-2017 06:23 AM

ATLAS BWI Junpseat
 
Hi Huys I'm listed for flight 3536 tomorrow out of BWI as a OAL Jumpseater. I was wondering if anyone knew where to checkin at BWI for the flight.

Thanks
Jas

FR8Dog7 08-16-2017 07:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Whiplash6 (Post 2304838)
Depends on the amount of operating crew members. If, for instance, you're jumpseating on the 74 and there's 4 pilots, then all the jumpseats are taken and you'd have to sit in the cabin. If there's a seat available then I'm sure the captain would encourage another set of eyes up front if you're so inclined.


Not exactly correct! Jump seat passengers from any other company are not allowed in the cockpit. This is not to say that is doesn't happen!

CallmeJB 08-18-2017 11:07 AM

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Originally Posted by FR8Dog7 (Post 2411597)
Not exactly correct! Jump seat passengers from any other company are not allowed in the cockpit. This is not to say that is doesn't happen!

I've never heard of that rule. Especially since the whole aircraft is considered 'the flight deck' for security purposes. Why do you think we have Jumpseat briefing cards for cockpit observer seats?

FR8Dog7 08-18-2017 01:31 PM

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Originally Posted by CallmeJB (Post 2412996)
I've never heard of that rule. Especially since the whole aircraft is considered 'the flight deck' for security purposes. Why do you think we have Jumpseat briefing cards for cockpit observer seats?


Did you not see the "This is not to say that is doesn't happen"! It is in the books, take a look.

CallmeJB 08-19-2017 05:50 AM

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Originally Posted by FR8Dog7 (Post 2413079)
It is in the books, take a look.

Well, okay, but I can't find it.


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