Old Mar 15, 2018, 1:32 am
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Message from your hosts:

Thank you to everyone who participated! We really had a great time and hope you did too. We made a Facebook page where you can post photos, share stories, and whatnot at http://www.facebook.com/VXFarewell. We understand there's a level of anonymity at FlyerTalk, so we understand if you don't want to join or acknowledge who you are. As your cohosts, we even face that risk by revealing the "veil" from behind our screen names since we have to work with the parties and vendors involved.

Overall, we had a great success. Between the swag, flash mob, inseat dance video, and lounge we hope we could give the Virgin America brand the proper send off it deserved.

It was a highly emotional day, and overall things went well. We also wanted to thank everyone for your contributions for the Virgin America swag! Without you, none of this would be possible.

Now, we did get confirmation from Alaska that the CHATROOM messages are not archived, and are long gone. It was quite amusing, however we *did hear you loud and clear* - you want more. We are talking about doing another event in the fall, and coordinating it with Alaska; we will keep you updated here and at the Facebook VXFarewell & Facebook MVP Gold 75K group. We're hoping to talk to Alaska to make an SFO/SEA trip a combination of AvGeekFest meets Alaska MVP Gold luncheon, since the focus is on us frequent flyers. This would include a possible visit to the Boeing plant (floor tour), Museum of Flight, and some other aspects of the PacNW. By then, hopefully emotions will have subsided and we can coordinate some meaningful dialogue with the decision makers at Alaska about what we like, don't like, etc.

and special shout out to Ben, Sam, Mikey, and our Virgin angels who help made this possible.

Thank you for living it up one last time in the sky with us!

-Brendan, Carolyn, Nate

#VXFarewell #VXForever #tillthewheelsfalloff





Schedule of Events

8:00PM - FlyerTalk #VXFarewell checkin table will be open. Please stop by to claim your FlyerTalk ID name tag, swag, lyrics sheet, sign up for the midnight toast in the LAX Lounge, and sign the #FinalBoardingCall certificates. Please show your VX1948 boarding pass for your swag kit. Swag kit will consist of a 16 ounce tumbler, #vxforever stickers/buttons/laptop sticker, specialty bag tag, FlyerTalk bag tag, destination poster, and safety card. We have enough for everyone on the plane, our VX crew working the flight, and the gate agents & ramp working our flight in SFO and LAX. There may be leftover pieces that will first be given to our sponsors/donors, and we'll have plenty of tumblers, stickers, pins, and posters for VX Team members.

8:30PM - our inbound flight from DC should be arriving right about now. We're expecting a sizeable turnout of VX team members (current and past). There will be other activities going on between our flight and the EWR flight.

9:00PM - #VXFarewell table will start to be torn down (as we're all on the flight)

9:20PM - please make sure that you are on board, not everyone can be the "last to board". We're working on having someone video tape the final boarding call and upload it.

9:32PM - Pushback to LAX, gonna live it up one last time!

VX Safety Dance: Please remain seated and adhere to crew instructions! We'd like as many of you to participate in this as possible, and will share videos/photos. Tutorial here: https://youtu.be/QDsxTKO9Bzg

11:01PM - with luck, we pull into T6 at LAX and *not* a remote stand. We're expecting a greeting committee of VX'ers and #avgeeks in LAX.

11:20PM - we say goodbye to our friends going to PDX/ANC/SEA on Alaska and the redeyes to ATL/MIA. Rest of us need to move into the Alaska Lounge (use BOTH elevators - AL Direct and the AC Maple Leave Lounge elevator). Should you NOT be an Alaska Lounge or American Admirals Club Member, Alaska Airlines has graciously covered your entrance by showing your VX 1948 boarding pass.

12:00AM - We toast farewell to one of the most innovative airlines as the Sabresonic system & VX code is sunset.

12:15AM - Move from the Lounge to In & Out on the north side of the airport.


The Flight
Virgin America will "cease to exist" as a branded airline on April 25, 2018. Alaska is quite focused on the PSS integration, so we've heard mumbles that Alaska is more concerned with that aspect and not the "goodbye" fiesta. Alaska has made the 9:35PM LA-SF flight a private, "founders" flight for Virgin staff & special invite, but nothing was ever announced for the public. So, we found that VX 1948, the 9:32PM SFO-LAX flight, will officially be the final revenue departure for Virgin America- It has been upgauged to an A321 from an A320 and will be the last VX flight to depart on the 24th, earning the monicker as the "Final Flight" available to the public. VX1948 is SOLD OUT.

AS/VX has indicated that they plan to make special gate announcements and give all passengers "a special treat" during the flight. Alaska will also take the lead with working with us on a midnight champagne toast to Virgin America in the LAX Alaska Lounge conference room. 4/18 UPDATE: Alaska Airlines has graciously offered to cover the entry fee for any FlyerTalk member who shows their VX1948 boarding pass to the lounge reception team. No guest passes or Priority Pass memberships will be necessary.

Alaska has also planned celebratory events for VX team members at LAX & SFO. Our celebration is not meant to overshadow or replace that. As customers, we are celebrating 11 years of innovation and a bright future for Alaska. However, you should expect to see quite a few VX team members greeting our flight when it arrives!

Swag
We have made some #vxforever and #vxfarewell items which will be distributed in the boarding area prior to departure. Alaska is going to have their own handouts, but are also allowing us as frequent flyers to hand out our own so if anyone wants to donate to the pot, we can make sure everyone ends up with some cool mementos to remember the flight by. Right now we are going to have buttons, bag tags (both FlyerTalk & VXFarewell), 16 ounce plastic cups, posters and stickers at our FlyerTalk Farewell Table in the gate area for VX 1948. The table will have the swag, name tag pick-up, and registration for the Alaska Lounge Toast (they still want a headcount). Those who contribute more than $25 to help socalgecko & UAPremierExec offset the costs will be rewarded with any remaining extra items after they have been distributed to people on our flight. (note: we've received a bit more contributions and ordered 200 more cups and will run more posters, but supplies will be limited, so please make sure you stop by our table to check-in and receive your swag). Please be prepared to show your VX 1948 boarding pass, as we will only have enough swag for those on the flight and for the VX/AS staff working it.

Donations can be made via PayPal or sent to @socalgecko on Venmo.

Memorabilia & Autopilot Kit Exchange

We will have a table in the gate area with the FlyerTalk logo & #VXFarewell to distribute and trade Virgin America swag and memorabilia. Table will need to be torn down at boarding since those working the table are also on the flight.

Users and Seats - 81 confirmed FTers and guests

First Class:
Carfield 1A
CalanMan +1
(FT Lurker +1)

Main Cabin Select:

m_j_n + 1: 3D
socalgecko +1: 3F, tbd
The ITDA +1: 4A & 4B
TheMiddleSeat: 4C
FluxTZ: 4D
PhoenixWildman: 4E
MiniC: 4F


Main Cabin:

mfolf: 6A
DaWhirledTraveller: 6E, 23E
Jaloola: 6F
jrl767: 7A
Zorak: 7B
beckoa: 7D
ktenorman: 7F
UAPremierExec + Guest: 8A & 8C, 9B, 18C
Voldoo: 8B
Robt760: 9D
Texas2SFO: 10D
Flyupfrnt: 10F
zc0302 + 1: row 10
diburning: 11A
isaac.chambers +1: 11E & 11F
bennos: 12C
williaminsd +1: 12D,E
GTBundy: 14A
mooseofspruce: 15A
Lglr2: 15B
justkeepflying: 15D
jeromekeh: 15F
forthwall: 16B
steve64: 16C
be_rettSEA: 16D
vji: 16E
boxo 16F
eap: 17A
krazykanuck: 17C
PDXPremier: 17D
motoridersd: 17E
eddiehuang97 17F
JamilD +1: 18D & 18E
diburning: 18F
Carp12C: 19A
McGowan06- 21F
media travel show producer/journalist: 22A
Well known aviation photographer: 23A
VGC: 23B
farwest714: 23C
jetsflier: 23D
N777UA: 25A
wanderlutz: 25B
yectep: 26B
Jeremys1: 26F
aw: 28A
brettsir: 28D
sky303: 29A
opiuman: 29D
OhHai: 33A
paradox +1: 33B & 33C


Unaccounted/Unassigned seats (or they want to remain anonymous, which is OK):

Dr Alex
DevRogue
Baze
tusphotog
NachoAirline +1
mte401
jbenomi
AaaChiuuu

After Flight Get Together at LAX
Alaska is taking the lead on the lounge effort and has said they will keep the lounge open until 12:15a since we are scheduled to land at 10:59PM. Alaska Airlines has graciously offered to cover the entry fee for any FlyerTalk member who shows their VX1948 boarding pass to the lounge reception team. No guest passes or Priority Pass memberships will be necessary. This is probably the ideal time/place for those of you who want to trade Autopilots kits to do so, if you didn't in SFO.

Plan is to have a midnight toast farewell to Virgin America as the brand sunsets at midnight.

Afterwards, some of us shall head to In & Out and the park across the street for continued socializing.

Hotels

The following hotels & rates are available as of 12 April, if interested in booking, please MESSAGE your name & phone number to UAPREMIEREXEC and we can book you (no commission, no service charge). Rates are 100% non-refundable or changeable, unfortunately. DO NOT email a credit card, we will call you.

Best Western Airport Plaza - $91 + tax
Motel 6 LAX: $100 + tax
Four Points Sheraton LAX: $121 + tax
Holiday Inn LAX: $136 + tax
Crowne Plaza LAX: $144 + tax
Westin LAX: $188 + tax

Available via hiltonfamilymvp.com: (must be a HHonors member)
Hilton LAX: $171 + tax
Embassy Suites LAX: $188 + tax



Meet Up and/or Lounge Access
Handle: Inbound: ----------------------- Outbound: -------------------- Lounge Access:
beckoa AS3419 5:56 PM MSP-SFO AS193 11:55 PM LAX-ANC SFO AMEX CL+PP [Can Guest 2]
UAPremierExec VX1899 12:41PM (I think) Outbound SNA 10AM to SEA on the 25th. AL Member. 2 Free guests spoken for.
Zorak local / 25 Apr 16:55 LAX-SFO WN1251 / PP
krazykanuck AA349 3:00 pm DFW-SFO / AA136 LAX-LHR 19:40 / Amex CL + PP
socalgecko VX1899 12:41p / local / PP
flyupfront VX1754 5:59 pm / AS403 6am to SEA on 4/25 (PP & 75k Passes)
jrl767 VX1929 or 1933 (LAX; arrive 1541 or 1643) / staying in LA for work the rest of the week / request guest access @SFO
CalanMan SFO local / LAX-SFO on AS Airbus 4/25 morning / AA Club Member, AmEx Plat, PP
boxo AS 1899 LAX SFO dep 11:20-12:41. Need guest access into lounges.
vji VX1941 / PP
Jaloola Local / WN 1791 / PP
brettsir VX1933/ local / AA/AMEX/PP
Robt760 VX1816/local /AMEX, PP
be_rettSEA VX1933 / AMEX,PP
VGC AS477 LAX-SEA. Need guest access into lounge.
paradox Local / UA 471 LAX-SFO 6:06 am / AMEX CL & PP
diburning DL2488 BOS-SFO 10:55AM / UA1981 LAX-IAH-BOS 11:00AM / Requesting Access at lounges
tusphotog Inbound not set, AS BR & 75K Passes
Carfield Inbound on VX 1255 IND-SFO 1828 Arrival/Local/ AA Admiral Club membership (I am already bringing in one guest, but can take one more).
steve64 Inbound: AS 400 from PDX 3:35p / Outbound the next day on DL to PHX / Lounge: PP & AA (if still needed after "guesting" has been used up, you might be able to talk me into throwing in 2 AS [75K] lounge passes)
sky303 SEA-SFO DL4142 / LAX-ATL (12:45a) DL1556 / AMEX, PP
aw - local / outbound next day UA 460 LAX-SFO @ 1627 / *A Gold w/TK - can host one guest flying any *A in the afternoon to *A Gold Lounge @ TBIT or/and possibly AC Maple Leaf T6 and UA Club T7.

PreFlight Get Together

See the FlyerTalk Community meet up thread here:

https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/comm...appy-hour.html

Festivities should start around 8PM in the gate area @ SFO Terminal 2.


Swag

socalgecko and UAPremierExec fronted a big chunk of cash for these items; we've had many donations come in but both of us are still "in the hole." We love VX and are happy to do it, but any contributions are appreciated. Donations can be made via PayPal or sent to @socalgecko on Venmo.

Buttons & Stickers (socalgecko):
#VXforever Button 425

1 per passenger, 1 per crew member on VX 1948 & those working the gate. Will also have some available to VX Team members who show ID. (extras to be given to those who donate towards swag)


#VXforever sticker 500
1 per passenger/crew member on VX 1948/those working the gate/VX crew who show socalgecko their badge


#VXfarewell Safety Dance buttons, 225
1 randomly selected from 4 designs per passenger/crew on VX1948/those working the gate





Bag Tags (UAPremierExec): 250 tags
1 per passenger, 1 per crew member on VX1948 & those working the gate; extras to be given to those who donate towards swag.


16 oz Tumblers (UAPremierExec + Donations from you guys): 450 cups

1 per passenger, 1 per crew member on VX 1948 & those working the gate. Will also have some available to VX Team members who show ID (SFO/LAX)

VX Route History Poster (socalgecko)
Will be provided to all attendees, with extras for VX Team members.

Donor Extra (socalgecko/w!lkidu)
Numbered 5x7 print of illustration commemorating the union of AS & VX, given to everyone who donates by 4/23 to support the production cost of the swag
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VX Farewell Flight 1948 - 24 April

Old Mar 28, 2018, 4:52 pm
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Originally Posted by CalanMan
It depends which aircraft you're on. A319's, A320's, and A321's all had different layouts. This particular flight will be on an A321, where MCS is rows 3, 4 & 5. https://www.seatguru.com/airlines/Vi...irbus_A321.php
Ahhh, that's right. Forgot this was a 321.
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Old Mar 28, 2018, 4:53 pm
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Originally Posted by Voldoo
Thanks CalanMan. I'm a little confused as one of the other postered referred to Accessing the AA lounge in T2. I wouldn't think I would have access to that with my AMEX Plat, PP membership or AS status traveling on a VX ticket?
No problem, I think there's some general confusion. (Myself included! I hadn't noticed that those their comment was a response to yours about your access.) You are correct, none of those would give you access to the AA lounge in T2. It's excluded from those with AS Lounge access because when that agreement went into place, basically the only people who would have access to it that way would be flying on AA or terminal/lounge hopping. Once Alaska moved in to T2, AS was bringing way more demand than that lounge was designed for, and they had to close that access down. I get in with my AA Exec Platinum card.

Honestly, until we get to LAX, where there is an Alaska Lounge, and where [MENTION=8142]UAPremierExec[/MENTION] was able to get the attention of the lounge supervisor, there really just isn't an obvious place for us to get together for free drinks. Despite having access to the most of the lounges at SFO, by various means, my plan is actually to just hang out in the terminal and see what's going on. I suspect there will be a lot of excitement/sadness among employees, and if there's any speeches or giveaways, I'd value being present for them much more highly than a free domestic beer or two from AA.
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Old Mar 28, 2018, 7:41 pm
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Originally Posted by CalanMan
No problem, I think there's some general confusion. (Myself included! I hadn't noticed that those their comment was a response to yours about your access.) You are correct, none of those would give you access to the AA lounge in T2. It's excluded from those with AS Lounge access because when that agreement went into place, basically the only people who would have access to it that way would be flying on AA or terminal/lounge hopping. Once Alaska moved in to T2, AS was bringing way more demand than that lounge was designed for, and they had to close that access down. I get in with my AA Exec Platinum card.

Honestly, until we get to LAX, where there is an Alaska Lounge, and where [MENTION=8142]UAPremierExec[/MENTION] was able to get the attention of the lounge supervisor, there really just isn't an obvious place for us to get together for free drinks. Despite having access to the most of the lounges at SFO, by various means, my plan is actually to just hang out in the terminal and see what's going on. I suspect there will be a lot of excitement/sadness among employees, and if there's any speeches or giveaways, I'd value being present for them much more highly than a free domestic beer or two from AA.
Yeah, I'm not to worried about SFO either since my layover is only an hour I think. I was more concerned I was missing out on some sort of AA lounge access all this time, lol. Thanks for clarifying that for me, see you on the flight!
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Old Mar 29, 2018, 7:36 am
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Originally Posted by Voldoo
Absolutely. Which AA lounge were you referring to? Did you mean the AMEX one? I'm happy to guest you in. The only other lounge I can access at SFO is Air France with Priority Pass.
My bad, I misread your original post. Disregard but still down to meet up in T2.
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Old Mar 29, 2018, 8:40 pm
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Just booked. I have AMEX Plat (+PP w/ 2 guests obviously). Snagged the only window I saw, 30F. Not positive I'll actually get to go, but I'm gonna try to make it work, and at worst it's just 50 bucks. If I do, I'll be on DL into SFO and out of LAX, prolly same day, but maybe I'll do an overnight in LAX. Hope to see y'all there and look forward to seeing what festivities happen.
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Old Mar 30, 2018, 7:16 pm
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First post on Flyer Talk, and Iím really glad everyone is here to say goodbye...

Hey everyone. Iíve read a few posts on this forum here and there, but Iíve never had a reason to create an account and post, and this is my first.

Iíve been a huge Virgin America fan since they launched (first flight back in December 07, and Iíve never had another first choice since, with the exception of JetBlueís Mint for transcon flights, because... yeah).


I racked up a ton of miles over the years with the Virgin America Visa, and have spent the last 5 months taking a trip-per-month all booked in First Class, all booked on December 30th, right before Elevate ended.

I normally donít fly quite so often, I just wanted to take advantage of every last opportunity to experience VX as Iíve known and loved it. Itís been incredibly sad for me to see it go (Iíve already literally shed tears a few times thinking about my final flights)... you people on this thread get how different VX was, and know exactly what I mean.

I came across this thread a week or so ago, and instantly booked myself a seat. I donít even have a return flight home, or a place to stay lined up, but I just knew I had to be on this flight.

So I wanted to introduce myself, and tell you all how thrilled I am to be able to say goodbye to Redwood (even though the callsign went away in January) with folks who truly appreciate what it is/was. It means a lot to me.

This is a sad, but incredibly special thing to be a part of.

I know thereís some ongoing discussion regarding pre/post flight festivities, and Iím a Priority Pass member, so I'm happy to help in any way possible.

Sincerely,

The person in 4E who you will see in tears at some point before/during/after the flight.

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Old Mar 30, 2018, 11:07 pm
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Ok, I went ahead an booked a seat on this final VX flight and added myself to the Wiki....this just looked like too much fun to pass up and not a bad way to spend a Tuesday night.....hopefully the "special treat" from AS/VX won't involve polenta I'm an aisle seat guy myself with the exception of 1A when I'm flying on the QX 400 planes so I'm back in 28D on this flight. I do hope to join everyone at the after-flight meet-up in the Alaska Lounge at LAX, but I'm not sure how long I'll be able to stay since I have to work the next day so I'm on the 11:55pm flight back to PDX....Also, VX 1948 doesn't have the best on-time record so my relatively short LAX layover may end up being even shorter. With that said, I do have AMEX Plat (for the Centurion Lounge) and PP for the Alaska Lounge....hopefully the folks at the LAX Alaska Lounge will take pity on us PP folks and take down the "Full House" sign so we can all make it to the VX 1948 meet-up
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Old Mar 31, 2018, 2:17 am
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*official update*

Alaska Airlines is aware of our Farewell Party and they are on board with it. We will have a table setup in the gate area for swag at SFO (socalgecko and I are paying for everything out of pocket, we would love some donations to produce more.. $50 - $100 will go a LONG way for more posters, cups, and VX swag using official Virgin marketing). After-flight Lounge Gathering is being finalized. Please private message myself or socalgecko if you wish to contribute for more swag.

We will need to let Alaska run the show on the plane - the staff are aware they are working one of the "final" Virgin marketed/branded flights, so we need to make sure it doesn't turn into a circus. Alaska would like this flight to still offer 'normal' service + whatever they have up their sleeve.
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Old Mar 31, 2018, 8:11 am
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Originally Posted by PhoenixWildman
So I wanted to introduce myself, and tell you all how thrilled I am to be able to say goodbye to RedwoodÖwith folks who truly appreciate what it is/was. It means a lot to me.

This is a sad, but incredibly special thing to be a part of.
Welcome aboard. This airline means a lot to many of us here. Virgin really upended the experience of flying domestic and left its mark on peopleís hearts. And donít worry, Iím bringing Kleenex. I can pass some back to you.
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Old Mar 31, 2018, 6:42 pm
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Thanks to UAPremierExec for posting in Comm Buzz.

Booked! I will arrive SJC afternoon via transit from Monterey County, then Caltrain/BART. I haven't yet decided which inbound Wednesday. I am on 4/25 AS SFO ABQ 6pm, so I can either leave LAX early to spend a few hours downtown SF, or not and sleep in.

If anyone has lounge space for me on either end, I would appreciate it.

Thanks to the organizers, Virgin America, and Alaska Airlines.
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Old Mar 31, 2018, 7:20 pm
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I am thinking between everyone's AL memberships and PP's and 75K passes that lounge access wont be difficult for anyone at LAX.
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Old Mar 31, 2018, 7:53 pm
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Originally Posted by flyupfrnt
I am thinking between everyone's AL memberships and PP's and 75K passes that lounge access wont be difficult for anyone at LAX.
Im thinking we can pair people up with guests using FlyerTalk name tags or something... And when we run out of freebie sponsors, pair with an AL member so they can get in for $20.
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Old Mar 31, 2018, 8:26 pm
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Originally Posted by jetsflier
If someone could add my information to the wiki that would be much appreciated!

Seat 23D
Priority Pass Member

Flying in on 4/24 on AA686 from Phoenix, arriving SFO at 7:12PM
Flying out on 4/25 on WN1418, departing LAX at 5:05AM

Really looking forward to meeting you all
Are you sure you're in 23D or did you switch to 23F? I just booked my flight last night and I'm actually in 23D
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Old Mar 31, 2018, 9:22 pm
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Originally Posted by PDXPremier
Are you sure you're in 23D or did you switch to 23F? I just booked my flight last night and I'm actually in 23D
How strange! My reservation shows me booked in 23D...
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Old Mar 31, 2018, 9:25 pm
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Odd....I noticed 23F was booked....let me go back and check my res.
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