This may have worked pre 9/11 but now offline jumpers can't occupy the jumpseat (unless you've heard something I haven't).MD FO said:n addition, if the JS is "full," with a DAL guy, and you can get to him, sometimes he will take a non-rev in the back and give up the JS to an offline jumper, assuming there's room, of course. I've done this in the past more than once.
Whoa!cessna_driver2 said:In order to J/S. Do you have to be an airline pilot or just be ATP rated. I've heard some 135 pilots talk about jump seating when I use to work line service but never got a good answer.