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Secret Seats on Airplanes

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posted on Aug, 18 2009 @ 05:32 AM
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Have to agree with weedwhacker. Only fly in the front of a plane. On British Airways (BA) I have managed to get from Economy Plus into flat bed land (Business) for the last 6 flights across the Altantic.

If I am flying for me and not business, I always fly business or better. A great way to start a trip. A lounge and then board the plane first.



[edit on 18-8-2009 by Freedom ERP]




posted on Aug, 18 2009 @ 07:55 AM
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You can find some exceptional deals on Business seats, if you're diligent.

Last Summer holiday found great Business fares on BA, so tried them. Well...nice flat seats, if a little funky arrangement. Kinda narrow. Food was a bit of a disappointment, but of course all the drinks are free in Business and First
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Admittedly a little biased, but for a US carrier it's hard to beat Continental's BusinessFirst product. It's nice when I can get it as a 'non-rev', but sometimes just for a guaranteed seat, in the cabin of my choice (AND ability to select seat choice) I'll just pay full price. Relieves the hassle of going StandBy.....
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AND, another seat "hint"...since everyone does it already, not much of a secret. Join an airline's Frequent Flyer program, and rank up your 'status'. Check each company, some are VERY generous with upgrades from the Coach fares, IF you are eligible ( another reason it's a hassle to fly non-rev anymore...
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[edit on 18 August 2009 by weedwhacker]



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