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Pilot Reciprocal Agreement or "Jumpseat" Agreement?

Old 2nd Jan 2013, 00:15
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Pilot Reciprocal Agreement or "Jumpseat" Agreement?

Hello All,

I’m curious if Australian airlines participate in reciprocal pilot agreements or “jumpseat” agreements amongst each other?

If so, is it limited to the physical flight deck jumpseat or can you occupy an empty seat in the back?

Are your agreements open to foreign airlines?

Thanks!
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Old 2nd Jan 2013, 00:44
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Simply; NO!

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Oh no , not in Australia where the authoritarian governments love the word 'ban'. There might be a terrorist threat!
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