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How Often do Global Services actually sit in Economy?

How Often do Global Services actually sit in Economy?

  1. Anonymous

    To me it seems like GS, or Ex Plat, etc are always getting upgraded to F. I assume GS/ExPlat member usually purchase seats in coach, but almost always get upgraded and never really fly in coach. Is that true?

  2. MidSouthSkier

    William, I would assume it would vary by route and how many top-tier members are on a given flight. I was just on a flight Wednesday evening LAX-DFW where the gate agent announced for everyone in Groups 2+ to gate check their carry-ons because nearly half the plane was top-tier members and they’d be boarding first. There were only 16 seats in F and I got one of those with miles. So I’ve got to think there were some EXPs in economy that day.

  3. Gaurav

    William I think you might mean 1K instead of Global Services. GS eligibility is based on economic factors other than just miles traveled.

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