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Old 09-13-2018, 06:09 AM   #1  
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Post When do you get jumpseat privileges?

Is it day 1 of indoc, after training, after ATP-CTP?
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Is it day 1 of indoc, after training, after ATP-CTP?
Generally around the time you go through Systens training. However, with the current delay, whenever you probably complete Indoc for those who are in the sysem already.
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You're actually put into the database pretty quickly but you can't use the privilege until you get your company ID. For me it was 3 weeks in, now some guys are getting sent home for a month before starting indoc - so they're gonna have to wait a while.
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Only slightly related but how long did it take you guys to get on the non-rev benefits? Know it says 30 days but some of my classmates already have theirs which seems a little odd.
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Only slightly related but how long did it take you guys to get on the non-rev benefits? Know it says 30 days but some of my classmates already have theirs which seems a little odd.
Delta is good to go once you get your company email and login info. I actually got those benefits activated on day 2 of indoc even though the company said "30 days." United happened a few days later. AA is late for everything, and those came through just a little beyond 30 days.
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Delta is good to go once you get your company email and login info. I actually got those benefits activated on day 2 of indoc even though the company said "30 days." United happened a few days later. AA is late for everything, and those came through just a little beyond 30 days.


Indoc at Skywest started on a Wednesday, I flew home that Friday night with nonrev options on both UAL and Delta.
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