Pajamas Coming To Delta One Cabins?

Old Dec 3, 15, 3:10 pm
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Originally Posted by thesaints View Post
I change into a PJ the same way as I have sex on the plane, although I tend to use the jacket only.
Could you expand on this? I'm curious as to the mechanics. I've never flown on an airline that gave PJs, but I'm flying VA with the wife soon, so the answer here might be useful.
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Old Dec 3, 15, 5:01 pm
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Pajamas are a waste - would much prefer mattress pads and offer slippers TATL.
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Old Dec 3, 15, 6:47 pm
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Got PJ's today, DL 186

Just returned today, Dec 2, DL 186 PVG to LAX. Wish I knew how to take a picture to post here.

Very nice touch, however, like the other posts, I wouldn't change in those restrooms, so just brought the pj's home.

They're very nice quality and I think would make a nice lounge outfit. Sizes are S/M and L/XL. They were handed out when the washcloths were handed out.

Description: Dark gray/white. Top: pullover style with half zipper (w/DELTA on zipper pull); long sleeves. For lack of better description, it has a mock turtle neck collar. Bottom: long sleeve pants like regular lounge pants. 100% cotton, t shirt type material, comes in the same material bag, Delta ONE logo on the left shoulder (not gaudy, nice touch).

Very nice jammies, but not sure I would ever change in the bathroom. One could just wear the top as a cover shirt for every day wear if one wanted.
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Old Dec 4, 15, 11:05 am
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Originally Posted by thesaints View Post
I change into a PJ the same way as I have sex on the plane, although I tend to use the jacket only.
You wear just a jacket while...?

Originally Posted by mattp1987 View Post
Could you expand on this? I'm curious as to the mechanics. I've never flown on an airline that gave PJs, but I'm flying VA with the wife soon, so the answer here might be useful.
To be clear, you're asking about the PJs, right?
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Old Dec 4, 15, 11:29 am
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Originally Posted by thesaints View Post
I try not to look like a bum for myself, not for my boss.
I change into a PJ the same way as I have sex on the plane, although I tend to use the jacket only.
I forgot to pack a PJ on my last trip and ended up using the VS issue for the trip. Would have be SOL had I flown on DL.
You use the jacket (only?) for sex on the plane? TMI!
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Old Dec 4, 15, 11:49 am
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Passengers were given pairs on my flight between PEK and DTW last Saturday. I agree, that the're nice, although I didn't wear mine on the flight; I think about 10% of the passengers did. I wish I hadn't seen, but the lady across the aisle shimmied out of her jeans and into her pair while in her seat.
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Old Dec 4, 15, 11:51 am
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Originally Posted by winter1631 View Post
Passengers were given pairs on my flight between PEK and DTW last Saturday. I agree, that the're nice, although I didn't wear mine on the flight; I think about 10% of the passengers did. I wish I hadn't seen, but the lady across the aisle shimmied out of her jeans and into her pair while in her seat.
What did you see?
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Old Dec 4, 15, 11:55 am
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Originally Posted by MSPeconomist View Post
What did you see?
I turned my head before it got too messy.
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Old Dec 4, 15, 11:59 am
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Originally Posted by winter1631 View Post
Passengers were given pairs on my flight between PEK and DTW last Saturday. I agree, that the're nice, although I didn't wear mine on the flight; I think about 10% of the passengers did. I wish I hadn't seen, but the lady across the aisle shimmied out of her jeans and into her pair while in her seat.
No pjs on NRT-JFK last Sunday.
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Old Dec 4, 15, 12:06 pm
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Originally Posted by MSPeconomist View Post
You use the jacket (only?) for sex on the plane? TMI!
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No pjs on NRT-JFK last Sunday.
The juxtaposition of MSP's post and your handle is classic.
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Old Dec 4, 15, 12:14 pm
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To me pajama's being offered in J is in line with turn-down service that's typically offered at higher end hotels. I don't need someone to come in and pull my sheets back for me and place a piece of chocolate on my pillow, but it's a nice touch.

I think with many airlines moving away from F and starting to offer an enhanced J product these are things you'll start to see common in most, if not all J business class cabins in the next couple years.
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Old Dec 4, 15, 12:44 pm
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Originally Posted by exwannabe View Post
The juxtaposition of MSP's post and your handle is classic.
I do get a number of inquiries about my handle.

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I do get a number of inquiries about my handle.

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I thought you were a football player or fan from Southern California.
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Old Dec 4, 15, 1:09 pm
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Pajamas are a waste - would much prefer mattress pads and offer slippers TATL.
Fly VA and you get all three
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Old Dec 4, 15, 6:32 pm
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Originally Posted by k2 View Post
Pajamas are a waste - would much prefer mattress pads and offer slippers TATL.
This, especially the mattress pads. Those chairs are rock hard. The old BE recliners had better cushion despite not being lay flat. I actually found them more ergonomically comfortable than the new coffins, though I prefer to lay flat and have more privacy.
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