|Quoting Airbazar (Reply 2):|
Yes they are still allowed however if you don't know anyone the most you can hope for is a cockpit visit.
|Quoting DeltaGuy (Reply 4):|
AeroMexico...those senor's in the cockpit have always been welcoming and enjoyed having some company up there for a change. So, if you're going down to Mexico, or just really want a jumpseat ride, book a trip with them.
|Quoting Mozart (Reply 8):|
Lufthansa does not allow it, but not SkyTeam either
|Quoting KLMCedric (Reply 19):|
KLM allows it, but it's at captain's discretion. He has cockpit permits wich he
can distribute to anyone he sees fit. Basically that means you have to know
someone from the crew, but who knows on a certain day if you have the
coolest purser and captain working the same flight, you might get lucky!
Just ask it, you've nothing to lose!!
|Quoting JRadier (Reply 13):|
I've jumpseated on KL, after 9/11...... no contacts, no nothing, asked a question and got invited.
|Quoting OHLHD (Reply 15):|
AFAIK you have to know at least a FO or a Captain, with whom you are flying on the flight itself.
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