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Old 01-16-2019, 09:25 AM   #11  
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Default Atlas, Southern or Kallita guys.....

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Where did I say it was a right? Understanding that it is absolutely not a right is exactly why I posted the question. English comprehension isn't your forte now is it?



Thanks to everyone else for chiming in.


Well, only someone with no sense of etiquete and professionalism would even consider taking an animal along on a jumpseat [emoji1751][emoji1751]
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Old 01-16-2019, 09:50 AM   #12  
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Where did I say it was a right? Understanding that it is absolutely not a right is exactly why I posted the question. English comprehension isn't your forte now is it?

Thanks to everyone else for chiming in.
You're now engaged in biting the hand that feeds you. ****ing on those who respond to your thread may not be your best choice.
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Old 01-16-2019, 12:02 PM   #13  
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Well, only someone with no sense of etiquete and professionalism would even consider taking an animal along on a jumpseat [emoji1751][emoji1751]
Or someone with absolute sense of etiquette would ask first. I have seen and taken jumpseaters of various airlines in the past that carried a dog.

Not sure why this is so foreign to you?

Again, you have nothing to contribute to this thread. Please go away troll.
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Old 01-16-2019, 12:04 PM   #14  
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You're now engaged in biting the hand that feeds you. ****ing on those who respond to your thread may not be your best choice.
I specifically asked Southern, Atlas or Kallita guys. Not guys from Southwest, United or American.

Unless you fly for those carriers and can give real inputs, please don't respond.
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I specifically asked Southern, Atlas or Kallita guys. Not guys from Southwest, United or American.

Unless you fly for those carriers and can give real inputs, please don't respond.
I was a Captain there and I'd have told you no. Sorry. I've never heard of anyone jumpseating with their dog and it'd greatly complicate things for the Captain if every i isn't dotted and t crossed. I can't imagine someone else saying yes.
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I specifically asked Southern, Atlas or Kallita guys. Not guys from Southwest, United or American.

Unless you fly for those carriers and can give real inputs, please don't respond.
Ok, I’ll bite. As a captain at one of those airlines I would say you’re crazy, and turn you away. There’s too many hoops to jump through when taking animals overseas. Either ship the dog (with all the associated paperwork) and you jump seat. Or both of you go commercial.
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I was a Captain there and I'd have told you no. Sorry. I've never heard of anyone jumpseating with their dog and it'd greatly complicate things for the Captain if every i isn't dotted and t crossed. I can't imagine someone else saying yes.

While I have disagreed with Globemaster2827 on many things, he is right.

It adds so much to the captain's responsibility that it is most likely not going to happen.
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Is it your ex-wife Cynthia’s dog?

“First of all, Dude, you don't have an ex. Secondly, it's a ****ing show dog with ****ing papers. You can't board it. It gets upset. Its hair falls out. ****ing dog has ****ing papers — OVER THE LINE!”

Walter , is that you?
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Again, you have nothing to contribute to this thread. Please go away troll.
You just keep ****ing on the masses, don't you?
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Hi Fellas,

Just a quick question to anyone who might be in the know. I want to jumpseat to Asia, specifically Hong Kong, with a small dog. My company doesnt allow this. Do you guys have any policy against such practice? Assuming all paperwork and requirements are met to import a pet to said country.

A few passenger airilnes do allow them in the cabin but my little guy is just 1 inch too tall and will not fit under the seat per the airline's criteria. Not sure if they'll be sticklers over this but looking around for Plan B just in case.


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I wouldn't turn you away. Can't say I see anywhere the FOM prohibits it. Not sure where people think it's the Captains responsibility what a jumpseatet does or does not bring into a country. That's on you.
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