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Dec 4, 2001
I have a FA friend who is trying to get to London in the fall. I vaguely remember there being a 747 operator who would let flight attendants jumpseat. I think it was either Polar or Atlas. I haven't heard of the program since 9/11, so maybe it went away. Does anyone have any insight on this?
Yes, Atlas etc used to let FAs jumpseat on freighters. It was a great deal for those who took the time to understand the system and how to use it. Free food, whole upper deck to themselves, bunks, lots of room for stuff bought along the way. No airport hassles or getting bumped.

Alas, however, that program was killed by the Islamofacists in the middle east.
If they are CAS we will. Just had a Delta pilot on an Evergreen flight and Delta is CAS.

The F/A's need to check and see if they are CAS. If yes then welcome aboard!

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