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06 Apr 2007, 22:19
GMATT73 wrote:
aaudetat wrote:
rhyme wrote:
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i love being under 5'3". Sure, I can't ever reach anything, and I look like I'm twelve, but I'm never uncomfortable on planes. (and the one time I did fly first class -- Moscow to Chicago -- it was a total waste. The food was better, but I was no more comfortable than I would have been in coach.)

You look like your 12?

LOL

Well, I now have about a half-dozen gray hairs, so perhaps 16.

Pulled out my first two grey hairs yesterday. Must be related to all the pre-matriculation stress. Yuck!

Dude, I'm bald! Be proud of your gray hair.
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07 Apr 2007, 02:58
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The best business class I have traveled on was on Singapore Airlines. Their Space Beds are just stunning -

http://www.singaporeair.com/saa/en_UK/c ... demo1.html

Hey, those space beds look pretty cool. I like the privacy dividers.
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07 Apr 2007, 08:10
Just checked with United Customer Service: 30K mileage points for a one way b-class upgrade to/from KIX (Osaka) to/from SeaTac (Seattle). I've got ~52K and she has ~41K accumulated so we thought we had it in the bag.

NOT. For starters, all upgradable tickets must be "M, H, Y, or B" class. Next, biz-class seats need to be available. We screwed up and unknowingly reserved "S" class tickets because that's what our local travel agent was pitching as the best deal.

It's a long shot at best, but I'm going to try asking the agent to change the ticket class last minute, provided the fare differential is less than $200. Anybody ever successfully done that before? Current Student Joined: 29 Jan 2005 Posts: 5238 Followers: 25 Kudos [?]: 377 [0], given: 0 ### Show Tags 16 Jun 2007, 19:29 Good forum to look into for upgrade options. http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/index.php Director Joined: 24 Apr 2007 Posts: 589 Followers: 3 Kudos [?]: 17 [0], given: 0 ### Show Tags 16 Jun 2007, 22:28 At 6'5 and 245 pounds, I'd got at least 3-400. Unfortunately, I never see it that cheap. Current Student Joined: 29 Jan 2005 Posts: 5238 Followers: 25 Kudos [?]: 377 [0], given: 0 ### Show Tags 17 Jun 2007, 00:35 bherronp wrote: At 6'5 and 245 pounds, I'd got at least 3-400. Unfortunately, I never see it that cheap. It's$500 w/United at check-in, provided the seat is available.
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