In the back with Princess Anne and Captain Phillips, was her lady-in-waiting, Rowena Brassey, sitting on the jump seat
About four hours into the journey, purser Roberta Helmy had told the defendant's younger brother he could not sit in the crew's jump seat
and Iqbal had responded in a "loud and aggressive" way.
Rao alleged that the daughter of a senior Air India pilot was first allowed to sit on the jump seat
- meant for non-operating staff - and then to rest in the bunk meant only for the resting of pilots.
Mahindra has also retained the side facing jump seat
layout for the third row and we would have surely appreciated it having forward facing seats with proper seat belts.
If you're the last to board, you get the jump seat
at the back, a metal slab in front of the luggage.
Jones moved to the jump seat
to assist with the emergency procedure, while the rest of the crew kept eyes outside for traffic and ensured the passengers were strapped in.
They must be able to sit in the jump seat
without an extended seat belt and fit through the emergency exit window.
Additionally, a second occupant in the vehicle has a more comfortable riding environment than the jump seat
installed on the cab in front mount units.
I can always sit in the jump seat
if there is room on one of the flights from Dublin to Cardiff or get a standby ticket so I get back a lot.
In addition to the driver and wheelchair passenger, a third-row bench seat and optional jump seat
can accommodate up to four other passengers.
I sat in a small seat, called a jump seat
, which folds up when no one is using it.
In the "Information for Operators" guidance published yesterday, FAA cited two other recent instances involving crew distractions: In one, a pilot was texting after the aircraft pushed back from the gate and before the takeoff sequence and in another an FAA inspector in the jump seat
overheard a crewmemberOs mobile phone ring during the takeoff roll.