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    Do you guys know the RAH pilots get the Delta and United Jumpseat ahead of AA pilots regardless of check in time? Apparently DL/UA gives it to them first since their company provides feed for them.

    My my understanding is that AA gives the jumpseat go AA-AAG pilots first, then any offline jumpseater by check in time.

    This means an AA guy (or Southwest guy) commuting could get bumped so a RAh guy who may or may not be doing a DL/UA flight can have the jumpseat.
    Conversely, at AA the RAH guy (who could be doing an AE flight) misses the flight because the Southwest guy checked in first.

    Is that accurate?

    Doesnt seem like a fair reciprocal jumpseat policy to me. Who’s on the APA JS committee these days, is Vojvoda still the guy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo665 View Post
    Do you guys know the RAH pilots get the Delta and United Jumpseat ahead of AA pilots regardless of check in time? Apparently DL/UA gives it to them first since their company provides feed for them.

    My my understanding is that AA gives the jumpseat go AA-AAG pilots first, then any offline jumpseater by check in time.

    This means an AA guy (or Southwest guy) commuting could get bumped so a RAh guy who may or may not be doing a DL/UA flight can have the jumpseat.
    Conversely, at AA the RAH guy (who could be doing an AE flight) misses the flight because the Southwest guy checked in first.

    Is that accurate?

    Doesnt seem like a fair reciprocal jumpseat policy to me. Who’s on the APA JS committee these days, is Vojvoda still the guy?
    Yes. Vojvoda still chairman.

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