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Old Jun 2, 17, 12:58 pm
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Originally Posted by Can I help you View Post
We have not been asking customers to lower their blinds on day flights for at least 20 years when the films were shown on a screen at the front of the cabin.
I guess it depends a bit on how you define it. Is a 'day flight' based on the clock of the departing, arriving or current location?

How I see it, if the majority of the cabin is sleeping, why not do everyone a favour? Even if the pax doesn't like it, closing it will only affect him or her personally. Keeping it open will affect the entire cabin. By using the 'it is my window' argument you put your own wishes before everyone else's. I am sure there is a word for that.
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