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  • Aisle

    14 24.14%
  • Window

    38 65.52%
  • Middle seat like a weirdo

    1 1.72%
  • Don't care

    3 5.17%
  • Other?

    2 3.45%
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    This should probably be a different thread, but meh..

    A few people mentioned points about this, and when I talk about how many times I have flown, I am never sure how to count.

    So for example. I fly to Chicago from Ottawa, I transfer in Toronto.
    On the way back I transfer in Toronto to Ottawa.

    Four flights or one??

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    Most airlines consider starting destination to ending destination one flight, regardless of how many transfers there are. So I do, too. But I count a round-trip as two flights, not just one.
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    I had to go with Other.... because I've never set foot on a plane and don't intend to.

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    Aisle. I have freedom to move around while in flight and the ability to get off the plane faster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaotic Harmony View Post
    I had to go with Other.... because I've never set foot on a plane and don't intend to.
    Would iy change your mind if as I read this post your post count was at 747?

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    Window. I like looking at the clouds and at the world below me, especially when it's dark and you can see all the city lights.
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    Voted "other" as well. If at all possible, business class is the way to fly since it stops seat creep, like scope creep. If you don't fit into one seat, get two. Don't make your problem, my problem. :steam:

    When travelling alone for business, strangers also inevitably want to talk so either I sleep or put on headphones and stuff my face into my laptop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZPowers View Post
    Would iy change your mind if as I read this post your post count was at 747?

    IT IS A SIGN!
    LoL, as ironic as that is.... No, I have a massive fear of flying. I know it's totally irrational... But my work wanted to fly me to Boston for training once and I was hysterically crying about it until they decided against it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    Voted "other" as well. If at all possible, business class is the way to fly since it stops seat creep, like scope creep. If you don't fit into one seat, get two. Don't make your problem, my problem. :steam:

    When travelling alone for business, strangers also inevitably want to talk so either I sleep or put on headphones and stuff my face into my laptop.
    No one ever talks to me when traveling.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    I do prefer the window seat, but for longer flights than 5 hours, it might be a good idea to choose the aisle for better legroom. My bladder is a trooper and I rarely need to get up or go to the restroom even on long intercontinental flights (I guess I'm a great candidate for thrombosis). I'd actually prefer to be the person letting others by than being the person who asks others to let me by if I needed to.

    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    No one ever talks to me when traveling.
    I get that too. Such a relief.

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