jump seat


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jump seat

A removable seat between and just behind the pilot's and the co-pilot's seats. The seat is normally occupied by a flight engineer or an observer who can watch the instruments and operate some of the auxiliary controls.
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squadron member who was sitting in the jump seat emerged from the cockpit looking somewhat disheveled and shaking his head in amazement.
Smaller jump seats found in extended cab midsize trucks may have too little lower seat cushion length to meet many child restraint manufacturer s recommendation to have at least 80 percent of the child restraint base fit on the seat cushion.
He said: "The only time paramedics would need to sit in the jump seat was if they needed to perform some form of airway control.
The pilot not at the controls began working the emergency from the cockpit, while the crew chief assisted by coming to the jump seat to lend his eyes and expertise.
The lawsuit stated that Mutlu was initially told the flight was full but was then informed that a flight attendant would be able to travel in the aircraft's jump seat, freeing up a seat, the Associated Press reported.
A standard left-side door provides access to the driver's cockpit and the rear jump seat, whilst on the right side there is an extra door.
I checked the jump seat student off to look out the rear windows to check the outside of a strike He couldn't see anything.
The Prime Minister sat in the cockpit jump seat behind the pilot for the 35-minute flight, gazing down to the battle scarred villages below.
15, 2006, should read: The red Firearrow IV is a two seat convertible with roll-up windows, a folding top, jump seat, radio, heater and full instrumentation.
In a report filed last July, for example, an airline captain described how his MD-80 was lined up to land at what he thought was San Antonio International Airport when a rider in the cockpit's jump seat "shouted out that we were headed for Lackland Air Force Base.
A third pilot, part of a relief crew, was in a jump seat behind them.
Featuring a jump seat for the cabin hostess and a cabin divider privacy curtain, the VistaJet Challenger 350 aircraft configuration mirrors the high standard and privacy of its larger counterparts within the fleet.