That’s pretty rubbish treatment, Tina!
I’ve flown airlines since I used to come to the UK for boarding school in the
1960s. Back then it was fun and an adventure. I suppose that it was easier to
fit into seat pitches when I was young, but now it’s a major chore. I can’t
even adopt the “Brace!” position unless I’ve paid for extra legroom.
> On 11 Apr 17, at 01:29, Tina Manley <tmanley@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Flying home on Delta from Paris to Atlanta, they had given away our first
> class (bought with points) seats and assigned us to two business class,
> apart from each other and no window seat. They finally got us together, in
> the middle, in business instead of first with no window. It appears that
> you can't depend on any assigned seats these days.
> I'm flying to Beirut in May and then on to Syria. I'm trying to avoid
> restrictions on cameras and computers in the cabin. It should be very
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