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Old Oct 10, 14, 11:25 am
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Originally Posted by 1200GS View Post
SLC-EWR
Or do you mean: SLC-Ewwwwwwwwwww

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Old Oct 10, 14, 11:28 am
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I would be waiting, watching for the person ahead to recline that FC seat.
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Old Oct 10, 14, 5:55 pm
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Originally Posted by 1200GS View Post
SLC-EWR

That's the seat pitch in DL's domestic F??

Glad that there are AAlternatives.
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Old Oct 10, 14, 8:20 pm
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Originally Posted by Sabai View Post

That's the seat pitch in DL's domestic F??

Glad that there are AAlternatives.
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Old Oct 10, 14, 9:12 pm
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Originally Posted by Sabai View Post

That's the seat pitch in DL's domestic F??

Glad that there are AAlternatives.
Enjoy American!
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Old Oct 10, 14, 11:13 pm
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Originally Posted by Sabai View Post

That's the seat pitch in DL's domestic F??

Glad that there are AAlternatives.
Unfortunately, SLC-EWR nonstop is typically a A320. SLC-JFK 737 or 757 with significantly nicer F. EWR is a more convenient airport for me typically, such is life. You can't really compare A320 F to the rest of the fleet.
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Old Oct 13, 14, 3:31 pm
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Originally Posted by 1200GS View Post
Unfortunately, SLC-EWR nonstop is typically a A320. SLC-JFK 737 or 757 with significantly nicer F. EWR is a more convenient airport for me typically, such is life. You can't really compare A320 F to the rest of the fleet.
Sure you can. "Much suckier" is indeed a comparison.
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Old Oct 17, 14, 8:22 am
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Originally Posted by xmlsoa View Post
Maybe he has some medical reason/ doctor/ yoga therapy for keeping feet above body to move blood other direction?
You know, on transpacific flights, I've definitely noticed that my legs get more swollen from sitting in a seated position. I was using inflight slippers but trying to put my shoes on after sitting in a Y seat for more or less 12 hours was difficult.

I don't know if it's because I'm getting older but sometimes my legs do get painful and I worry a little bit about blood clots and what not. I suppose raising your legs above your heart is good at helping the blood flow back to the rest of your body but yeah, this is something that is on my mind more often than not.

I'll try to find a hidden corner or a larger lav where I can stretch my legs out to get the blood to circulate better... I don't want to raise my legs up and end up with my picture on this thread.
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Old Oct 17, 14, 8:27 am
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Originally Posted by sethb View Post
Sure you can. "Much suckier" is indeed a comparison.
to this comment
to A320s
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Old Oct 17, 14, 8:54 am
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Originally Posted by Pathfinder813 View Post
You know, on transpacific flights, I've definitely noticed that my legs get more swollen from sitting in a seated position. I was using inflight slippers but trying to put my shoes on after sitting in a Y seat for more or less 12 hours was difficult.

I don't know if it's because I'm getting older but sometimes my legs do get painful and I worry a little bit about blood clots and what not. I suppose raising your legs above your heart is good at helping the blood flow back to the rest of your body but yeah, this is something that is on my mind more often than not.

I'll try to find a hidden corner or a larger lav where I can stretch my legs out to get the blood to circulate better... I don't want to raise my legs up and end up with my picture on this thread.
I still consider myself pretty young, and even I have started to notice this. I've definitely done my share of stretching exercises in rear galleys, large exit door areas, and the like on long-haul flights.

I am very thankful that I am now in a position to do my long-haul travel in premium cabins where I can lay down properly, but still have noticeable discomfort on mid-hauls and TCONs in Y.
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Old Oct 17, 14, 10:58 am
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Originally Posted by andydrix View Post
Hot yoga in AUS



The bigger question is who is that in 1C? Did Teen Wolf grow up to be a high-powered business executive who now flies First Class all over the world? Look at the hair on his right hand.
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Old Oct 17, 14, 11:07 am
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Originally Posted by kelvinj View Post
The bigger question is who is that in 1C? Did Teen Wolf grow up to be a high-powered business executive who now flies First Class all over the world? Look at the hair on his right hand.
I'm not sure how you determined that he was a high-powered business excutive or that AUS-XXX is all over the world. Having said that, I admit that you can see the moonlight streaming into the window.
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Old Oct 17, 14, 11:48 am
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I'm not sure how you determined that he was a high-powered business excutive or that AUS-XXX is all over the world. Having said that, I admit that you can see the moonlight streaming into the window.
He's my Grandad; that's how I know.
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Old Oct 17, 14, 12:53 pm
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Originally Posted by kelvinj View Post
He's my Grandad; that's how I know.
And I wear his grandad's clothes....










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Old Oct 17, 14, 2:28 pm
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Originally Posted by Pathfinder813 View Post
You know, on transpacific flights, I've definitely noticed that my legs get more swollen from sitting in a seated position. I was using inflight slippers but trying to put my shoes on after sitting in a Y seat for more or less 12 hours was difficult.

I don't know if it's because I'm getting older but sometimes my legs do get painful and I worry a little bit about blood clots and what not. I suppose raising your legs above your heart is good at helping the blood flow back to the rest of your body but yeah, this is something that is on my mind more often than not.

I'll try to find a hidden corner or a larger lav where I can stretch my legs out to get the blood to circulate better... I don't want to raise my legs up and end up with my picture on this thread.
Medical support stockings works wonders on long flights and will cause less embarrassment for you
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