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Napkins in Business Class

Napkins in Business Class

  1. John Stewart

    Are we seeing a major change in Business Class travel? After flying around two million miles during the past 45 years, mainly in Business Class, twice in the last 12 months and for the first time, there were no button holes in the napkins. What is the world coming to?

  2. OCTinPHL

    [QUOTE=”John Stewart, post: 68379, member: 6339″]Are we seeing a major change in Business Class travel? After flying around two million miles during the past 45 years, mainly in Business Class, twice in the last 12 months and for the first time, there were no button holes in the napkins. What is the world coming to?[/QUOTE]

    This was the single worst change that Doug Parker instituted at AA… if they had just kept the legacy AA napkin button holes I have no doubt that Lucky would be extolling the virtues of AA over Delta. 😀

  3. Scudder

    Ugh. Those buttonholes are the silliest little detail that I absolutely love. Growing up, my father actually had buttonholes sewn into our every-day dining napkins at home.

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