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(CNN)   A private cabin in the pointy end of the plane. At business class rates   (edition.cnn.com) divider line
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2021-02-24 7:17:36 PM  
Wonder how much that would cost to book. Not that I will ever book one.
 
2021-02-24 8:12:12 PM  
I flew Jet Blue to Maine and back. If it's the option, I won't fly anything else. For one, they were nice new planes. Also, my wife got me the seats with extra legroom, and I almost couldn't reach my laptop comfortably. I didn't need the extra space, it was a great flight.
 
2021-02-24 8:20:17 PM  
321 can go across the atlantic?

I thought it was a narrow body single aisle plane.

Everyone else is gonna hate that flight
 
2021-02-25 12:16:39 AM  

Mikey1969: I flew Jet Blue to Maine and back. If it's the option, I won't fly anything else. For one, they were nice new planes. Also, my wife got me the seats with extra legroom, and I almost couldn't reach my laptop comfortably. I didn't need the extra space, it was a great flight.


When I flew out of NJ for good to move to Vegas, my mom sprung for Mint seats. Seriously nice, even for first class. I've never been disappointed with a Jetblue flight.

/meanwhile United needs to change their motto to "Disappointed? You will be."
 
2021-02-25 12:19:29 AM  

Gubbo: 321 can go across the atlantic?

I thought it was a narrow body single aisle plane.

Everyone else is gonna hate that flight


The 757 is a single-aisle narrow-body that is/was routinely used for transatlantic service.  Even the 737 MAX was getting some use that way before it got grounded.
 
2021-02-25 12:23:44 AM  

EponymousCowHerd: Gubbo: 321 can go across the atlantic?

I thought it was a narrow body single aisle plane.

Everyone else is gonna hate that flight

The 757 is a single-aisle narrow-body that is/was routinely used for transatlantic service.  Even the 737 MAX was getting some use that way before it got grounded.


I just know it as the plane I get with AA from Miami down to Cayman, a flight of 60 minutes, and it feels very tight.

Now I could assume that the layout for trans-continental would have more legroom, but it probably doesn't
 
2021-02-25 3:12:14 AM  
Denver to New York? Nah, I can sit for a few hours. Transoceanic travel? Sign me up.
 
2021-02-25 3:25:23 AM  
Aren't both ends of a plane pointy?
 
2021-02-25 4:04:43 AM  

El Rich-o: Aren't both ends of a plane pointy?


It looks like a big Tylenol.
 
2021-02-25 5:00:18 AM  
With how private this is supposed to be and large, you know couples are going to try and join the Mile High Club in them.

/it's just like a hotel bed
//you never want to see it under black light
 
2021-02-25 6:16:26 AM  

Eric Shun: Wonder how much that would cost to book. Not that I will ever book one.


If you have to ask...
 
2021-02-25 11:18:12 AM  
No fooking way.
That's a fooking jackshak booth and we all know it. Now the most expensive seat on a plane is also the skeesiest.
Seriously that's just the worst idea ever to give trapped, bored, and drinking dudes with nothing else to do, enough privacy.
 
2021-02-25 5:42:49 PM  
We flew business on Continental to Hawaii for my parents 50th. It was about that size.
Yeah it spoiled us for cattle class
 
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