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Galley Gossip: A question about moving from coach to first class when there are open seats

Galley Gossip:  A question about moving from coach to first class when there are open seats Nov 13th, 2008 at 10:30AM: Dear Heather, I love your blog, I always wanted to be a flight attendant but was told by many I'm probably too short so now I'm going for an Air Traffic Controller job. But I do have a question for you. On the past 4 flights I was on I was stuck in the middle seat because no window seats were available and I can't sit in the aisle. But I was stuck in between to large passengers that had to keep...

Galley Gossip: Why business class is the most junior position on the airplane (Plus a chance to win the book The Go-Giver)

Galley Gossip:  Why business class is the most junior position on the airplane (Plus a chance to win the book The Go-Giver) Nov 10th, 2008 at 10:30AM: I like working in business class. What I like even more are the other flight attendants who enjoy working in business. Call me crazy, but I even like business class passengers. I do! What I find interesting about business class passengers is that the majority of them find it hard to believe that the cabin they prefer to sit in is the cabin that goes the most junior when it comes to company...

BoltBus adds Boston to schedule

BoltBus adds Boston to schedule Mar 11th, 2008 at 10:03PM: Remember last week when I told you about the awesome $1 fare for bus service between NYC and DC aboard BoltBus? Well, the good news just got even better -- they've added Boston as another one of their cheap-o destinations, starting in April. You won't find seats for $1, but once they go on sale, they'll cost you around $7 for a one-way trip. But, like I mentioned before, be sure to book far in...

DC to NYC for $1

DC to NYC for $1 Mar 3rd, 2008 at 8:36PM: Good news for those of you frequent travelers in the NYC and DC areas -- Starting today, BoltBus will be offering $1 fares on Eight daily non-stop routes between the two cities. And while travelling on the bus usually isn't too appealling, get this -- they offer free WiFi and power outlets, so that trip won't seem like any time at all. Of course, there are some conditions. To take advantage of...

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