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First class pajama sizing

First class pajama sizing

  1. Anonymous

    Do first class pajamas come in a wide range of sizing? What’s the largest size they carry? Can you request for larger sizes before your flight (if so, who do you ask and when)?

    I am flying the Etihad apartment.

    Thanks!

  2. Anonymous

    The pajama sizing is universally annoying. They are almost always sized for men (and somewhat generously), so if you’re a petite or plus-sized woman I would bring your own PJs as a backup and keep the provided ones as a gift.

    I don’t think I’ve seen anything smaller than a Men’s Small, or larger than a Men’s XL on Etihad.

  3. Lindsey Jensen

    Ugh. That sucks. All of the attention to detail in other areas but not this one!

  4. Anonymous

    Almost everything about international premium cabins is designed with the assumption that the majority of passengers will be men.

    I’m thrilled if there’s a difference in amenity kits, or even if the kit isn’t strongly male-focused, and try not to think about it otherwise 🙂

  5. David W

    As fun as airline PJs are, I much prefer to be in shorts and a t-shirt anyway, so I dont worry too much about it.

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