The only possible, and very remote, circumstance I might imagine would be a low budget, perhaps cargo/freight/charter operator where the crew complement might be a pilot and a flight mechanic--could be two or more pilots, of course--but even a low budget company probably would not want to risk the liability issues.
johns624 wrote:Airline contracts also get rid of the checkout times that regular guests have to abide by.
e38 wrote:to follow-up with the comments by CosmicCruiser (Reply # 6) with regard to having a private room versus sharing a room, "The only time I ever had to share a room was was at ABX,"
It would be interesting to hear from folks who work at, or who have previously worked at, other all-cargo and/or charter operations such as Kalitta Air, Southern Air, Miami Air, Swift, etc.
I admit I do not know very much about the operations at these companies; however, just from what I've heard hanging around the pilot lounge, the impression I get is that some of these carriers do not put a lot of emphasis on crew accommodations or pilot comfort issues.
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