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Flying High Flying can be a lovely experience when done right If nothing goes wrong such as being placed in a center seat between two obese men flying can actually be quite relaxing However having the recent opportunity to fly frequently I have learned that the most exhilarating thing that can happen to a person while flying is to be bumped up to first class The differences between first class and regular coach class can be classified into the following categories better service better food and better opportunities In coach I always thought that there was something better about first class but I could never confirm those thoughts because the blue curtain that separates the two classes also completely obscures ones view of the next cabin My imagination never reached the level that reality showed me to be true when I finally had the chance to be amongst the few to sit up front Better service is the direct result of the fact that everyone who is truly supposed to be in first class has paid an exorbitantly higher price per ticket than those people in coach have In first class there are less seats yet they have the same amount of stewardesses thus given the occupants a higher service level Besides this ratio it seems to be a general rule that the prettier and friendlier stewardess will always be stationed in first class You as a passenger in this higher class are constantly being bombarded with questions like the following how you are doing can I get you something else and is there anything else that I can possibly do for you In coach class passengers will receive one drink one meal and one garbage pick up and no polite interventions by the adequate and plain stewardesses to ask if you need anything Food on a plane comes to the passengers in two ways In first class you are given a
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