25 Secrets of Flight Attendants You’ve Always Wanted to Know

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I’ve flown all over the world the past 3 years writing this blog, and I’ve learned a thing or two about how to make my flight experience the best it possibly can be.

Now if you’re like me, and weren’t born rich or have a super high-paying job, you need to learn how to get the First Class experience without paying the First Class price.

I’ve put together a list of my favorite tricks I’ve learned over time, and regardless if you’re flying coach or First Class, these tips will make your next long flight an absolute pleasure.

Keep reading for details on how I just booked an ultra first-class $5,683 flight to Europe for just 110,500 points.

Here’s the first one, I just used it on a JetBlue flight from New York to Anguilla.

When I was checking in, the flight attendant told me that if you’re traveling as a couple, don’t book your seats right next to each other…

Instead, she said, “select the aisle seat and the window seat leaving the middle seat open.”

Here’s why..

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