Flying first-class can sometimes feel like an unattainable luxury.
And if you’ve ever had to pass by those lucky few first-class passengers on your way to coach, you probably recognize those feelings of curiosity and pangs of jealousy you get seeing them already seated in their wide, plush seats with extra legroom and a 15-inch TV.
But first class isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be.
Yes, first-class seats are larger than those on the rest of the airplane, but only by a few inches. And, at the end of the day, airplane food is still airplane food, and flying is still flying.
What’s more, while the first-class experience on international flights, with all of its amenities, will always hold an allure to travelers, flying domestic first class is an entirely different experience.
Here’s a look at what it’s really like to fly first class.
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