The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has issued new guidelines for how private jet passengers should handle passengers who refuse to give up their seats to the agents.
While the new guidelines are in effect for all private jet operators, it only applies to the airline that operates the aircraft.
This means if you are on a private jet, you are limited to what the TSA can do.
The agency does allow for some exceptions, however.
For example, if you’re a family member, a friend, or a neighbor of an individual, you may be allowed to take a seat if you’ve given up your seat, according to a new guidance issued by the TSA.
However, the agency advises that you should be aware of the following guidelines if you don’t have a seat:1.
If you’re not a passenger in the plane, your seat is not yours.2.
If the agent asks you to give your seat to another passenger, you must not do so.3.
You cannot sit next to another person or on a seat you don’ t want.4.
If a passenger asks you if you would like a seat, you should say no.
If an agent refuses to give you a seat and you refuse to sit next the other person, you’re in the wrong.5.
If agents ask you to put your shoes on, you can ask them to.6.
If they ask you if they can see your bag, you cannot say no to them.7.
You can not put your phone on your lap.8.
If there is a table, you will not be able to sit in it.9.
You may be able wear your shoes outside.10.
If someone puts on their jacket, you could put on your own.11.
If it is hot outside, you need to wear a jacket, sweater or hat, but not a hat.