Is an AC/Jazz pilot allowed on International flights?
Is an AC/Jazz pilot allowed on International flights overflying or departing/arriving LHR?
Is an AC/Jazz pilot allowed on flights to/from USA?
Is a Jazz pilot allowed on the domestic flight on AC aircraft?
Thanks and keep it civil guys, I'm just trying to clear this up as I keep running into different scenarios and "excuses" lately ....however, there are many nice examples and gestures by fellow colleagues as well, so this is not a rant whatsoever!
Domestically: AC and Jazz pilots both allowed in the JS (The order is laid out in the FOM)
To US: AC pilots ONLY allowed in the JS (Must be registered with crewsked and be listed on the flight plan as well. TSA requirement)
Overflying or departing LHR: No one is allowed in the JS.
Internationally: Sorry I'm really not sure..
In my experience as long as the agents follow the pecking order set out in the FOM I haven't seen ANYONE denied the JS. AC or Jazz.
Hope that helps!
I travel often Internationally so am really curious if that is allowed? (LHR is understood)
As for domestic, I jumped so many times that I can't remember....got denied recently for the first time but am not upset - just surprised.
Just curious as I obviously never do the international stuff, but is the LHR embargo strictly a function of the Olympics, or is that all the time?
Sorry I can't help more on the international front. I don't do the overseas flying so I'm not familiar with whats allowed. Hopefully one of the other guys can fill in the blanks.
You can always tell a Brit, you just can't tell 'em very much as they know everythingbcflyer wrote:The LHR thing is all the time. Not sure why they are so anal about it but it is what it is.