An interesting EWR story...

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  1. olmangsr

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    My wife told me today that someone who she follows on twitter had flight with only a pilot and co-pilot...no aircrew!!!!!!!!!
    How is that possible lol:)?
     
  2. Wandering Aramean
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    B1900s can fly without a FA. Been there, done that.
     
  3. mht_flyer
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    But this is EWR, are there any B1900 flights out of EWR?
     
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    Did this on a CO flight, PIT-CLE about 6 yrs ago. No FA’s. Just the two pilots.
     
  5. chef4u
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    Flew on AC from Harrisburg to Toronto on a B1900 a couple of years ago.Just the pilot, co-pilot and I. I bet pre 9/11, I could have been in the cockpit for the flight.

    I was once lucky enough to sit in the jump seat (cockpit) on a flight from YYZ to ATL as well as a flight from Windsor to YYZ. Memories! :cool: . I still remember flying over Africa while talking to the pilot on an Air France flight.
     
  6. Flyer1976
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    I recently did this on Swiss in January from NRT to ZRH, I was in F and chatted with the flight deck crew up front for about a hour over Siberia.
     
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