posted on Aug, 18 2009 @ 07:55 AM
reply to post by Freedom ERP
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
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.....
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...
[edit on 18 August 2009 by weedwhacker]