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Old 06-04-2019, 12:00 PM   #1  
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Anyone know the secret 400 code to add to the front of your employee number to tell the unknowing, unmotivated gate agent when you try to jumpseat from a contract operated outstation?

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Iím not sure there is a code. If there is I donít know it. The best thing to do is list beforehand on the ID90 app.
This shouldnít be happening, I know the jump seat coordinator is trying to fix it. The ALPA jumpseat page has detailed instructions on how to get all set on the app.
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We canít list on the ID90 app as jumpseaters only FAs can and for them itís mainline only no express carriers. That gate agent shouldnít have asked for one she or he should have just listed you. 400 numbers only apply to express carrier employees with United benefits.
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Anyone know the secret 400 code to add to the front of your employee number to tell the unknowing, unmotivated gate agent when you try to jumpseat from a contract operated outstation?

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I believe the 400 code is a Delta PPR number. To Jumpseat on SkyWest, you just list on the respective mainline partner. DL, AA, AS, UA via MyID travel, etc.
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I believe the 400 code is a Delta PPR number. To Jumpseat on SkyWest, you just list on the respective mainline partner. DL, AA, AS, UA via MyID travel, etc.
Correct Dal connection is 400 I meant. United was N something I believe. Been a few years since i left my express carrier.
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I believe the 400 code is a Delta PPR number. To Jumpseat on SkyWest, you just list on the respective mainline partner. DL, AA, AS, UA via MyID travel, etc.
Oh maybe I misread. I thought the OP was a SkyWest pilot trying to jumpseat on F9.
I use SkyWest a lot and have never been asked a code and Iíve always listed at the gate. So Iím not much help..
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I believe the 400 code is a Delta PPR number. To Jumpseat on SkyWest, you just list on the respective mainline partner. DL, AA, AS, UA via MyID travel, etc.
You canít list on DL on myid or id90.

Or am I missing something?
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Oh maybe I misread. I thought the OP was a SkyWest pilot trying to jumpseat on F9.
I use SkyWest a lot and have never been asked a code and Iíve always listed at the gate. So Iím not much help..
You are correct sir and they should have done the same for our friend Emmerson.
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Sorry for the ambiguity in my post.

I am an F9 guy and I was trying to JS from GTR-ATL on Skywest (Delta). GTR is apparently one of OOís contract operated outstations.
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Sorry for the ambiguity in my post.

I am an F9 guy and I was trying to JS from GTR-ATL on Skywest (Delta). GTR is apparently one of OOís contract operated outstations.
Itís not a SkyWest problem, itís a Delta problem. Itís a documented problem where Iíd you donít have their ď400Ē number they wonít list you on the jump. You need to talk to the jumpseat coordinator and push it hard. Apparently the Delta JS guy just kinda blows it off
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