Deadheading (employee)

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Deadheading is the practice of carrying, free of charge, a transport company's own staff on a normal passenger trip so that they can be in the right place to begin their duties.

Notable deadheaders[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ True Crimes: The Man Who Hijacked a Cargo Jet, by Kara Kovalchik,
  2. ^ Skywayman: The Story of Frank W. Abagnale Jr., by Rachel Bell,