The Jumpseat/KCM Committee works with jumpseat committees throughout the industry to maintain a jumpseat system that is easy to use, both on our own company aircraft as well as with other participating airlines. The committee acquires, maintains, and updates jumpseat information on all cooperating carriers and resolves problems crew members encounter while jumpseating.
For Leisure Non-Rev ZED travel on other airlines, instructions can be found on our Dependent Committee page.
All Atlas Air International flights continue to be temporarily unavailable to other airline (OAL) jumpseaters at this time due to COVID-19. International jumpseating on Atlas Air flights is only available to current Atlas Air pilots, provided they have all applicable visas and COVID documentation required by the country of entry.
ID90 Jumpseat Listing Link:
- Hawaiian Airlines
- Sun Country
MyIdTravel Jumpseat Listing Link:
- American Airlines
- Breeze Airways
*Notice about beards*
If you choose to wear a beard while jumpseating, be aware that most other airlines have “no beards” written into their jumpseat policy. As always, the final decision lies with the PIC, and you may be permitted on a case by case basis, especially if cabin flow-back seating is available. If denied, please remain respectful and professional, as jumpseating is a privilege not a right, and email our committee detailing your experience. Officially, there are only 2 other airlines that allow beards on their jumpseat: UPS and Hawaiian.