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Should You Just Skip the First Class Lounge?

There is nothing more controversial than suggesting that someone should just skip the first class lounge, especially after they have worked so hard to get there.  As a featured site on BoardingArea this week, we are sharing some of our “best of” posts with you. There are a few posts in our history that really struck a nerve.  For…

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When Will You Trade Seats?

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We’ve all been there. You booked your flight weeks in advance, secured your favorite premium seat, and waited for the day of departure.  On the day of the flight, you lingered a bit in the airline lounge sending that one final email, finally strolling on to the plane to take your coveted throne only to find…

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First Class Hate Speech

A recent flight incident now making the media rounds has left us scratching our heads.  A professor at Drexel University witnessed a first class passenger on his Delta flight giving his seat to a uniformed soldier.  This act of kindness drew praise from many fellow passengers and the captain even went so far as to write the passenger…

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American’s First Class Meal Order Changing

In another standardization move to integrate process with US Airways, we will see American’s first class meal order changing on September 1. Long-time flyers have grown used to sayings like “odd kids sit at the back of the bus” or “FEBO” (front even, back odd) to remember the order that meal preferences are taken on…

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First Class Meal Service Changes Coming to American Airlines

American will be making changes to meal service in domestic first class cabins beginning September 1. The move is to standardize service across the board as a continuing step of the merger with US Airways.  These first class meal service changes will eliminate plated meals on most flights under 2 hours and 45 minutes. For…

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