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Old 23rd Apr 2016, 23:11
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Ryanair Easyjet

Was just wondering what kind of privileges you get if you're a FO at these airlines , and do they change if you are promoted to captain? Thanks, Jaimie
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Old 24th Apr 2016, 02:55
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What kind of benefits do you mean ?
Food from C Class, per diems, company car, ID travel, cheaper hotels, luggage?
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Old 24th Apr 2016, 08:23
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You get the privileges to gain experience on a jet and a salary. Eventually.
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Old 24th Apr 2016, 09:58
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Was just wondering if you are actually allowed to jumpseat to visit other countries, and do you get any discounts etc. Anything really.
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Old 24th Apr 2016, 15:15
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Jumpseat - afaik as an flight deck member you can always ask for a jumpseat(own company only of course). If the cockpit crew is really happy to have you all the time in "their office" is a different story.

I always hate when someone sits in the flightdeck jumpseat, especially if it is a TRE (lol).

So yes, based on Captains approval you may get the jump.
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Old 24th Apr 2016, 15:59
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No jumpseats in easyJet, except for commuting between home and work under strict conditions.
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Old 24th Apr 2016, 16:27
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If you join and it's with CTC/Oxford and you're not employed by EZY then you will not get a commuter letter until you're employed directly by EZY. The commuter letter a
allows you to jump seat as long as you're in uniform and the captain permits it. You'll also need to have checked the staff travel site 6 hours before departure - if ere are no staff travel seats then you'll need to use the commuter letter. You'll get access to the staff travel system with a confirmed seat or a standby ticket. Remember that the confirmed seat is a de facto standby seat as if a fare paying passenger needs there seat you'll be offloaded.
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Old 24th Apr 2016, 21:37
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Oh cool that's good to know! cheers all
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