Re: 2nd Officer on a 767

Date:         28 Sep 97 00:53:42 
From:         simonlc@ozemail.com.au (Simon Craig)
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>It would seem that a second officer would be useful for passing the snacks
>from the flight attendant, and keeping up the flight deck housekeeping
>chores on a 767, for other than very long haul relief duty.
>
>I seem to recall that Air France had flight officers on their first 737's,
>because it was a union requirement. Now, that would be a tight squeeze.
>BTW, has anybody ever really gotten into the jumpseat behind the captain on
>the 737?

Air France 747-400s that used to fly to Australia had a Flight Engineer.
Even more pointless than an Ansett 767 F/E.

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