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biatch
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Re: Jumpseat Priority

#51 Post by biatch » Mon Oct 14, 2013 7:07 am

Whether it's the js, or a seat in the cabin, employees and those using recip priveleges are expected to be dressed business casual or in uniform. That's the minimum. What business casual means to some people is atrocious. And if by chance you may be upgraded to J, don't be surprised if you're told you're not dressed well enough (jeans, sandals, etc...). And leave the damned pillow at home on your bed.
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Re: Jumpseat Priority

#52 Post by truedude » Mon Oct 14, 2013 12:58 pm

biatch wrote:Whether it's the js, or a seat in the cabin, employees and those using recip privileges are expected to be dressed business casual or in uniform.
That is not exactly correct. Perhaps you should read the dress code information on the pass website again. You can where jeans and more casual shoes (not sneakers). But the policy is fairly liberal now as long as you don't look like a slob. But they won't stick you in business if your are not dressed business casual or better.
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Re: Jumpseat Priority

#53 Post by MCB » Mon Oct 14, 2013 3:38 pm

How hard is it to just toss on a somewhat nice pair of pants and look presentable for a basically free flight?

NB - I'm not the kind of guy to get worked up about what someone is wearing, either.
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Re: Jumpseat Priority

#54 Post by TKTguy » Thu Nov 07, 2013 5:34 pm

The AC dress code is quite relaxed now compared to when I first started.
You can wear sneakers and jeans in both cabins.
This is a list of the only items not accepted.

•Any type of beach clothing and beach sandals/footwear
•Jogging suits, sweatpants/sweatshirts or work-out clothing **
•Tank-tops, t-shirts
•Shorts, Bermuda shorts or leggings
•Extremely short or micro mini skirts
•Any type of provocative, tight-fitting, revealing or see-through clothing

I still find it amazing that people will still show up to check in and can't even meet
these requirements.
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Re: Jumpseat Priority

#55 Post by whiteguy » Fri Nov 08, 2013 8:58 am

truedude wrote:
biatch wrote:Whether it's the js, or a seat in the cabin, employees and those using recip privileges are expected to be dressed business casual or in uniform.
That is not exactly correct. Perhaps you should read the dress code information on the pass website again. You can where jeans and more casual shoes (not sneakers). But the policy is fairly liberal now as long as you don't look like a slob. But they won't stick you in business if your are not dressed business casual or better.
You can fly in J wearing jeans as well!
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Re: Jumpseat Priority

#56 Post by av8ts » Fri Nov 08, 2013 11:28 am

[quote="TKTguy"]The AC dress code is quite relaxed now compared to when I first started.
You can wear sneakers and jeans in both cabins.
This is a list of the only items not accepted.

•Any type of beach clothing and beach sandals/footwear
•Jogging suits, sweatpants/sweatshirts or work-out clothing **
•Tank-tops, t-shirts
•Shorts, Bermuda shorts or leggings
•Extremely short or micro mini skirts
•Any type of provocative, tight-fitting, revealing or see-through clothing

That list of what's not accepted describes most of the travelers in T3 especially line 2
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Re: Jumpseat Priority

#57 Post by av8ts » Fri Nov 08, 2013 11:31 am

How do you do that quote thing where the quote appears in a white box?
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Re: Jumpseat Priority

#58 Post by Krimson » Fri Nov 08, 2013 1:07 pm

av8ts wrote:How do you do that quote thing where the quote appears in a white box?
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