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Old Jul 27, 20, 6:02 am
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Originally Posted by NWplatinum View Post
Ive flown a lot on CX F, probably close to three dozen segments, and I donít remember ever having a temperature issue. Perhaps once... Iíve also flown KE in F and SQ in F and I donít think itís ever been a problem. So this (or was?) definitely was a JAL or Japanese issue. I had a temperature issue on ANA F once too now that I think of it.
In my latest CX flight HKG-ZRH in F, the nice black suit shook my hands at the destination, and said - ooh, your hands are so cold. I said yes. She then said "cold hands but a warm heart!" which I didn't quite know how to reply. A good laugh.
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Old Jul 27, 20, 6:03 am
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Originally Posted by asnovici View Post
Off topic but to remind everyone that itís not possible to catch a cold from a low temperature. Colds are viral.
I know. But somehow after a chilly 10 hours dry flight, my immune system was weakened. So some bug in Zurich got through.
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Old Sep 16, 20, 12:13 am
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Covid-era trip report up for ANA F (will add JAL F later this fall) where I touched on the temperature concern (a happy story in this case).

Brief Report: ANA in F "The Suite" during Covid
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Old Sep 17, 20, 4:53 pm
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Originally Posted by SKRan View Post
I know. But somehow after a chilly 10 hours dry flight, my immune system was weakened. So some bug in Zurich got through.
Ironic because bacteria thrive in warmer temperatures, which is the reason why hospitals keep their temperatures cold.
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