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dan emery
Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 6187
Location: Maine

5/8/19 3:38 PM

Best solution

At least on international flights, is business class, where you are isolated in your own luxurious pod. Not as good on domestic, but still more separation. I only do this on very long flights (I am very uncomfortable in coach but I usually fly that way) but to me itís worth every freakiní penny (especially if youíre en route to a vacation where youíre supposed to be enjoying yourself).

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April
Joined: 13 Dec 2003
Posts: 6524
Location: Westchester/NYC

5/8/19 8:56 PM

If you can afford business class on a long international flight, a babbling seatmate is a minor annoyance you priced out of!

Every year, when I go back to China, I look first to business class. But I never gone business class. Because the extra cost basically doubles my trip cost! (as Iím usually visiting family, thereís relatively little other expense, flight cost is IT). Sure is nice to fly B-class on a 13 hr flight! (Got upgraded once, very addictive)

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daddy-o
Joined: 12 Apr 2004
Posts: 3265
Location: Springfield

5/17/19 6:05 PM

From a world champion athlete, to homeless in the rain with a fever, to trans oceanic business class. Crito we owe a rooster to Asclipeus, do not forget to pay the debt.

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