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Hey man:

Welcome back.

To answer your question, yep, 3 times. It was a breeze. Never had to sit upfront and spent my nights in Envoy. Went to London, Paris and Amsterdam. Getting back was the trick.

If your planning on doing this, then buy a few ID-90's just in case. You can alwasy get your money back if you don't use them.

Get one on British Airways and another on Air Canada. Your pretty safe with those two.

Flights are starting to get pretty full, so do it now if you have time.
On Continental and Air Canada.
I was in uniform just in case but changed halfway through the flight into some nice clothes.
Didnt have problem at all. Just show up and hope for the best.
You jumpseated on Air Canada??

I have done my share of international J/S. mostly to Asia..but has never tried the foregin airlines.

Is this possible with most or just Air Canada?

See ya
I was suprised how easy it was. Those guys and gals in CA now how to treat ya. I never tried anyone else. Just keep in mind that you don't have to stick to the US carriers to get where you are going. As long as you can get to this side of the pond, you'll get home eventually.

Air Canada folks were great. Try em

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