That's only because you haven't seen a tiki bar and a stripper pole in an airplane, but it does exist on one airplane, with a bedroom and shower for later.
If you can't get a single woman in coach to join you in your suite...
Let me break it to you. You've got no game! Zero
Remind me never to let you around my daughter.
That's okay, I don't date 7 year olds.Remind me never to let you around my daughter.
That's okay, I don't date 7 year olds.
Kind of like my first apartment. I left with all the haste I could muster, earthquakes had a tendency to scare me out of bed.I would definitely have to lay my head toward the window, would be super weird spending all that money and yet essentially sleeping right next to someone else in the other suite.
Pretty sure that doing this sort of photo work is actually his career. I love aviation and photography, but I couldn't stand to be on an airplane as much as it appears that he is.Does anyone know Sam Chui? He always seems to get access to some unbelievable spots for photography (obviously not a big deal here). But I recall some veteran photographers around LAX saying he was kind of a weasel.
I'd like to know if it Seats 4NickH said:What if I told you that a suite to Europe could be had for less than a grand, round trip, including all taxes and fees?
You all do know that orbitz was created by the US major airlines, right?And there's about a 0% chance of the Orbitz-crowd bargain travelers in the US ever seeing that, with or without relaxation of cabotage rules.
I would guess that you're selling an empty cabin on a dilapidated sea freighter. Just a guess.What if I told you that a suite to Europe could be had for less than a grand, round trip, including all taxes and fees?
You all do know that orbitz was created by the US major airlines, right?