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Can non-crewmembers fly in a jumpseat on a cargo aircraft? [duplicate]

Can an employee travel in a cabin jumpseat on a cargo airline? I'm trying to commute in the planes of the company that I work for.
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Can audible warnings be heard from the cabin?

When I fly in the front row on an all-economy A320, I can very clearly hear the autopilot disconnect sound shortly before landing. Can passengers in the cabin also hear other warnings like EGPWS (...
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How and how often are the oxygen masks in the cabin checked?

Looking at this old answer I can see that oxygen masks check is mandatory for the flight deck. What about passenger masks? Is this check done daily on airliners? How is this check conducted and what ...
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What's with this non-exit Exit sign on Delta CRJs?

I have the pleasure of frequently flying Delta (i.e. Delta Connection) flights on CRJ-700 and CRJ-900 aircraft. All of them have a bogus EXIT sign between First Class and the main cabin: This is ...
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Is it allowed and/or safe to place objects on the dash in a PA28?

I am told by my maintenance engineer that NOTHING is to be put on the dashboard area above the instrument panel - this is where I keep my DUAL GPS to have an unobstructed view of the sky. It was ...
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Is the increased humidity on modern jets artificial?

Is the increased humidity on jets such as the 787 and A350 artificial? Or is it a direct result of a greater cabin pressure?
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What could cause instant nausea when entering larger passenger planes?

This may not be the right forum for this question, but I almost always experience temporary nausea when entering the cabin of a larger passenger plane (e.g. A320). It hits me as soon as I enter the ...
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Where is the camera in the A320?

On the A320 family there are circuit breaker panels in the cabin between the exits. On the 2000VU panel there is a "camera" circuit breaker (C5 position): Top: Source -- Bottom: A320 CCOM p165 -- ...
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Why isn't cabin air quality in airliners directly monitored with sensors?

Airliner air conditioning systems refresh the cabin air volume every couple of minutes. A portion of it is filtered and re-circulated into the cabin, however AFAIK there are no direct cabin air ...
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To which security domain does the Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) belong?

I've read a lot about Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) functionalities and features, but yet it is not really clear to me if CIDS is part of the Airline Information Services Domain (AISD), ...
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Why might the crew switch off air conditioning in the cabin of a passenger jet during descent?

I've noticed on some commercial flights (most recently today in an A319) that as the aircraft descends in preparation for landing, the air in the cabin gets hotter. I also noticed that this seems to ...
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Is cabin air freshened when a plane is taxiing or on the ground?

I know that commercial aircraft continuously freshen the cabin air when aloft by compressing and cooling the air. Is that true when the aircraft is on the ground, at the gate loading or taxiing?
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What is the meaning of the triangular markings in the A320 cabin? [duplicate]

Travelling in a chartered A320 from Titan Airways. Does anyone know what these triangular markings mean? They can be seen on both sides of the cabin, a few rows before and after the emergency exits.
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Who invented the cabin chime? What aircraft was the first to use it?

While looking for one to set as my ringtone, I became interested in the history of the cabin chime - the "bing-bong" noise heard on practically every commercial airliner today. I've found tons of ...
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What is the viability of stacking passengers in an airplane cabin?

I've came across on youtube a new design for stacking passengers in an airplane cabin, that looks at first sight interesting. What would be the advantages and drawbacks of such a design? Why this is ...
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Why do my ears pop if the cabin is pressurized?

Simple question: If a commercial airline cabin is pressurized, why do my ears pop as we ascend and descend? I was always told this was due to a change in pressure, but if the cabin and my body are at ...
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What is this white smoke like thing, seen inside the cabin before takeoff?

I saw this quite thick white smoke like thing in the cabin in my last flight, before takeoff that is, while it was taxiing and loading passengers: Video Please watch in HD to best notice the ...
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How do the cabin noise levels of the A380 and the 777 300 ER compare?

I couldn't find any official comparison for noise level (dB) in Airbus A380 versus the Boeing 777 300 ER. Does anyone have some info about it? Which one is better in terms of acoustic isolation?
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Can a paying passenger ride in one of the cabin jumpseats?

Is there any regulation that prohibits passengers from using a cabin jumpseat (normally used by cabin crew) if there is no passenger seat available? Like the two shown below. In other words, can any ...