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Old Jul 2, 10, 10:35 am   #1
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upgrading to upper deck on AF 083 (744)

I am flying on Monday on AF 083, and was wondering, are there usually a lot of people trying to get the seats upstairs?
If I check in at 9:30 on sunday, am I likely to get the seats?
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Old Jul 2, 10, 10:38 am   #2
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What kind of ticket do you have? And what kind of upgrade (free, paid, etc.) are you hoping for?
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Old Jul 2, 10, 12:38 pm   #4
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What kind of ticket do you have? And what kind of upgrade (free, paid, etc.) are you hoping for?

The slightly improved Voyageur section on the upper deck for 50 Eur.

With PTV.

Paid.
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