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Old Jun 13, 19, 7:50 am
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I'll also never understand why people put their bags in sideways in the overhead bins. And the people who put their jackets and small bags up there. I've had our flight delayed before because they had to gate check items because people refused to put small bags under their seats
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Old Jun 14, 19, 9:25 am
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I'll also never understand why people put their bags in sideways in the overhead bins. And the people who put their jackets and small bags up there. I've had our flight delayed before because they had to gate check items because people refused to put small bags under their seats
I've never understood why so many people bring so much stuff into the cabin when they can check the bags for free and then expect me to hold my jacket, put my small bag under my seat and give up my foot room when my large bag in riding in the hold.

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Old Jun 14, 19, 4:47 pm
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I saw someone looking for seat A21 (or whatever their boarding number was.) I chalk it up to some people being very infrequent flyers or never having flown WN.
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Old Jun 14, 19, 5:20 pm
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Originally Posted by rsteinmetz70112 View Post
I've never understood why so many people bring so much stuff into the cabin when they can check the bags for free and then expect me to hold my jacket, put my small bag under my seat and give up my foot room when my large bag in riding in the hold.
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Old Jun 17, 19, 10:03 am
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Originally Posted by Dunbar View Post
I saw someone looking for seat A21 (or whatever their boarding number was.) I chalk it up to some people being very infrequent flyers or never having flown WN.

That's on the new 737 super super super max max max 22 seats across. 11 on each side.
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Old Jun 17, 19, 10:31 am
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I saw someone looking for seat A21 (or whatever their boarding number was.) I chalk it up to some people being very infrequent flyers or never having flown WN.
A while back I had settled into 17C with my noise-cancelling headphones on and eyes closed. I opened my eyes a while later (during C boarding) to see a young-ish man looking irritated, mouthing something to me, and pointing to his boarding pass. After I removed my headphones, he was adamant that I was in his seat since I was in 17C and his boarding pass showed C17. It was a quick explanation and he seemed quite embarrassed afterwards, but that was a first for me.
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