UAL JS codes question

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  1. Mar 20, 2015 #1

    SuperTool

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    It's been a couple of years and I've forgotten the different classifications. I'm trying to jumpseat on an oversold a319 and there is an sj2u, sj2g, and sk9b on the standby list. Anyone know if these are pilots?
     
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    jetskipper

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    The SJ2s are flight attendant jumpseaters, the sk9 is an offline flight deck jumpseater. A United pilot would show up as SJ1 or SK1 based on what plane it is and if they were former UA or CO, this is a throwback from pre-SLI.
     
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    Cool. Thanks a lot!
     
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    SK9B is a flight attendant from another airline listed for a cabin seat only. SK8A/SK9A are pilots from other airlines. SK9A is cabin only SK8A is ok for the cockpit JS.
     

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