It's difficult to get an airline upgrade these days -- but that doesn't mean you On a flight back from Tokyo in first class a few years ago, I was actually also be empty, the airlines don't usually upgrade people for no reason.
I have a medical condition (Scheurmanns Kyphosis) which makes it extremely hard to sit in the type of airline I have an ILM-CLT-ORD flight planned for later in the day in a few days? So you have a less-convincing reason.
10 tips and tricks for getting a flight upgrade of medical ailment that might impede your comfort during the flight, speak up! There are many reasons why a flight attendant would agree to move you from your allocated seat.
The reason is that revenue management's job is to make sure a flight is profitable , so they're the ones telling [reservation agents] what they can
FREE flight upgrades are few and far between but one question at the check in desk will significantly boost your chances. Could you be
Doing so will instantly jump you in the queue of people who may be upgraded for operational reasons. If you're willing to take a later flight,
No airline has an official policy to offer upgrades based on medical conditions. But also note that this flight was only 50% full in economy and even less people
That is because being upgraded — as she acknowledges — “is a much . “There are many reasons why a flight attendant would agree to
After he was cleared to go home I called the airlines to upgrade us to first class, because my husband needed space to We would be staying in the hospital until our flight that night. Thats not a medical reason now, is it?
Just don't go demanding one, like a couple on a BA flight from London Most upgrades will be offered for “operational reasons”, such as when