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    In the US, if you only fly 1-2 times a year domestically you don't have to be rich, just a bit flexible, and diligent.

    I pretty much always fly Delta, or sometimes AA, and go first class. If you do it right, you can usually do it for a couple hundred more than economy, and only once a year or so, it's worth it.


    (Almost all of my flights are FL to the northeast, so it's probably different flying across country. Done FL - TX as well)

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    Domestic First Class doesn't get you access to the lounge, though, which is complete horseshit.

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    Lounge access in the US is bizarre. When I was flying AA in the US flying first class didn't get me access, being top tier on AA's frequent flyer program didn't get me access but being mid tier on Qantas got me access and a couple of drinks vouchers (because the concept of paying for drinks in a lounge was weird to us foreigners, I think AA has finally moved to free drinks now).

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    because AA is the wal-mart of the skies
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    I thought that was Southwest

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    Southwest is the Planned Parenthood of the skies.

    You are there because you've made a bad choice.

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    Odd, I have a better experience with them than the other airlines.

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    To be fair all american airlines are the air travel equivalent of Wendy's

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    Which is more disruptive to the burger market? Wendy's or McDonald's?

    Anyway, so which airline is the most impressive to you IMOA?

    Out of my limited experience, I really enjoy flying Emirates going from Australia to New Zealand. Even flying economy, it had amazing selection of movies... nice looking stewardesses... and I think they had gold plated toilets and faucets if memory served me. Anyway, was really impressed flying economy, can't even imagine what the stewardesses will do to you flying business or first class!

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    Gold-plated toilets?

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