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SWA jumpseat question

kman

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Hey guys do u let 135 non cass guys sit in the cabin? If so, what's the best way to get listed and do we have to be on your recip agreement list? Thanks.
 

Herkdrv

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Hey guys do u let 135 non cass guys sit in the cabin? If so, what's the best way to get listed and do we have to be on your recip agreement list? Thanks.

I think you need an agreement.
 

kman

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Thanks herk, just wondering do u work for Swa? Is it still up to the captain or is prohibited by ur ops manual?
 

Herkdrv

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Thanks herk, just wondering do u work for Swa? Is it still up to the captain or is prohibited by ur ops manual?

I do work for SWA and as far as I know (which is very little) your company needs to have a reciprocal agreement. How you get that is beyond me. I'm still trying to figure out which gates are good for food runs at MDW :confused:
 

737tanker

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To get a reciprocal jumpseat agreement with SWA your VP of Flt Ops has to contact the SWA VP of Flt OPs. If your company is strictly on demand charter then there will be no agreement as SWA only has jumpseat agreements with 135 companies that have scheduled service, such as check haulers.
 
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