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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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"They added jump seats in back and increased the maximum hp rating from 90 to 115.
The jump seats fold up so when they are not in use you can use the area for luggage or to accommodate your dog.
Its generous interior (90.3 cubic feet, with two rows of seats and an optional set of jump seats) holds caviar, chairs, drinks, day packs, and two to seven of your friends.
The Extended Cab has two forward-opening rear doors that reveal forward-facing jump seats for two.
Both King Cab models are equipped with rear jump seats, intended for occasional rear passenger carrying.
The president and his wife were sitting happily in the back while the Connallys were on jump seats in front of them.
The Crew Cab offers a 60/40-split/folding rear seat capable of accommodating three adults, while the Extended Cab has four-doors and forward-facing folding rear seat's instead of the usual side facing jump seats.
Some sleighs had jump seats for fathers to sit while chaperoning daughters on dates.
The King Cab has no royal connections but does have space for several corgis behind the front seats and with its foldaway jump seats, can take four bottoms - furry or not.
Some have fold-down jump seats attached to the sides of the vehicle.
Soon we were strapped into the jump seats and in the air en route to the nearby operations area over Willoughby Bay.
Still unchanged is Discovery's compact SUV form with room for five, plus jump seats for two children in the back--a sophisticated 4WD system that's adept at off-road travel.