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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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The jump seats fold up so when they are not in use you can use the area for luggage or to accommodate your dog.
Some have fold-down jump seats attached to the sides of the vehicle.
Each train car contains jump seats, a restroom and vending machines.
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.
Each model can be designed to incorporate a wheelchair lift, wheelchair securement positions, stretcher securement positions, ambulatory positions and jump seats.
It will retain existing jump seats and also offer the opportunity to add four additional seats off the flight deck.
The stern casting deck has port and starboard rear jump seats, a 60-gallon release well and a 12-gallon live baitwell.
It features a new front grille, raised bonnet and LED DRL eyebrows, a two-tone colour combination and three rows of seating with the third one having foldable jump seats.
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.
Jump seats that slide into mounts (so they can be removed when you and your buddies go fishing) will fit against the transom of virtually any boat.
It has much smaller rear doors, hinged at the back for easy access to two small jump seats, which are fine for children and can be used by adults on short trips.