My return flight from San Francisco included a red-eye flight followed by a three-hour layover before another two-hour connecting flight. I did not
Airlines are going out of their way to separate their top customers from the rabble that fills the back of their planes. In the old days, first-class passengers got bigger seats, full meals, free drinks and early boarding. They still do. But, now with new perks the differences are staggering.
A previous post on Tripso by Chris Elliott talked about sleeping on planes. Here are some tips to survive if you can't. Even the best-laid plans can fall victim to a loud seatmate, crying baby, bumpy flight etc.