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User currently offlineUAL757 From United States of America, joined Sep 2006, 806 posts, RR: 4
Posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 25246 times:

I have never really thought about this much before, but does anybody dress up for flights anymore. When I fly in F I usually wear something nicer, but I have seen all types of clothes in F. Some passengers will wear ripped t-shirts, which IMO is not very classy, I mean if you can afford to fly F you can afford a normal t-shirt.

Anyway, Do most people wear button shirts with denim or slacks? I've never noticed. I can't decide if this would be a poll or not, but what do you guys (and gals) wear? Do you dress up? What is your opinion on what people wear?

(Yes....I have a flight tomorrow and I am trying to decide what to wear....and the advice of A.netter's is pretty good when it comes to things like this!)

-UAL757  wave 

*I did a search and found nothing so PLEASE don't flame me if there was a previous topic on this- thanks

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User currently offlineFbgdavidson From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2004, 3701 posts, RR: 28
Reply 1, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 25220 times:

I wear clothes.  Wink
Sometimes I wear pyjamas.

I don't dress up for F or J, I don't dress down for Y. I dress comfortably regardless of class. Usually a pair of comfortable jeans, a button up shirt and a sweater plus flying jacket. This means I can be comfortable no matter where I'm travelling to or from. This is not different from what I'd wear on non-work day.

If you are deciding what to wear you have too much time on your hands.



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User currently offlineFalzone From United States of America, joined Feb 2007, 20 posts, RR: 0
Reply 2, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 25210 times:

I typically go for comfort and wear jeans. I've never been dressed up when I'm in F but usually it's because I upgraded last minute when I wasn't planning on it.

User currently offlineUAL757 From United States of America, joined Sep 2006, 806 posts, RR: 4
Reply 3, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 25207 times:

Quoting Fbgdavidson (Reply 1):
If you are deciding what to wear you have too much time on your hands.

Yes, I do, haha, I must have OCD! Big grin


User currently offlineDeltAirlines From United States of America, joined May 1999, 8894 posts, RR: 12
Reply 4, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 25153 times:

Depends on the situation for me. If I am travelling on business, I'll wear what I need to wear for where I need to be. If I'm travelling out on vacation, I'll wear jeans and a t-shirt. What class I'm in doesn't really matter; it's what I need to wear before or after my flight that matters, so I've worn suits to a t-shirt and shorts in both classes. Most common for me though is wearing khakis and a golf shirt though if I'm travelling on my own; can't really go wrong there.

User currently offlineExFATboy From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 2974 posts, RR: 9
Reply 5, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 25127 times:

If I know I'm flying First or Business in advance and it's a long flight, I'll usually go up to khakis and a polo shirt, but no further than that. I find khakis more confortable than jeans for travel anyway.

Quoting Fbgdavidson (Reply 1):
Sometimes I wear pyjamas.

Next long trip I take in F or J, I'm going to have to try that. Of course, that'll mean actually going out and buying some, I don't think my Guinness boxers (on clearance at Target!) would quite cut it...  Silly


User currently offlineRivet42 From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2005, 818 posts, RR: 1
Reply 6, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 25078 times:

What NOT to wear is also a rather pertinent question, as I have read of a passenger being kicked off a plane for wearing a t-shirt with a particularly 'offensive' slogan, and refusing F/A requests to cover it up or change it. I suppose it's a matter of general 'taste', but I'd hate to have to arbitrate in such a situation.

In terms of cabin class, I'd only worry about what to wear if I was travelling on a non-rev ticket, as the guidelines at my former company were quite strict about clothing suitable for an upgrade, and as a non-rev passenger I was once turned away from an AC flight in the 80's as I was wearing jeans, and the only seats available were in business.

For long flights I usually take pyjamas or similar to change into after take-off, it's so much nicer for sleeping! I haven't yet experienced the premium cabins where the pyjamas are free...



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User currently offlineAllegiantAir From United States of America, joined Sep 2006, 1733 posts, RR: 2
Reply 7, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 25071 times:

I usually wear my a.net t-shirt and blue jeans, no matter what class I'm in.


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User currently offlineKalakaua From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 1516 posts, RR: 5
Reply 8, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 25056 times:

I wear henley shirts, jeans, and flip-flops in any class.


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User currently offlineDetroitflyer From United States of America, joined Oct 2006, 391 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 25051 times:

Quoting Rivet42 (Reply 6):
I was once turned away from an AC flight in the 80's as I was wearing jeans, and the only seats available were in business.

i was going to say.....didnt not too long ago (7-10 yearS) most airlines require some sort or minimum attire(ties) on business/first.???



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User currently offlineGunsontheroof From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 3501 posts, RR: 10
Reply 10, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 25050 times:

Period costumes or full baseball uniforms.


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User currently offlineJetBlueAUS From United States of America, joined Apr 2006, 1145 posts, RR: 8
Reply 11, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 25031 times:

Nice jeans and a t-shirt...


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User currently offlineRivet42 From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2005, 818 posts, RR: 1
Reply 12, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 24988 times:

Quoting Detroitflyer (Reply 9):
i was going to say.....didnt not too long ago (7-10 yearS) most airlines require some sort or minimum attire(ties) on business/first.???

Yeah, and some still do, but I wasn't expecting the flight to be full, so I hadn't bothered to change. Doh!



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User currently offlineThePinnacleKid From United States of America, joined Feb 2005, 724 posts, RR: 8
Reply 13, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 24963 times:

I wear black slacks.. black boots (or rarely dress shoes)...white button down short sleeve shirt.. black tie... gold wings... black epaulets with three gold bars... and a crew id hanging either on a lanyard, or on a clip on my right shoulder thing that holds the epaulet... during winter season add a black blazer with three gold stripes on each sleeve... on a very very very very special occasion... i could bring out the black hat with the gold "hood ornament" on it.. but then again.. i kinda have to always wear the same thing.. after all... i sit in seat 0 B... 0 A is somehow always taken right now by someone wearing the same thing but with an extra stripe and star on his/her wings...oh well


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User currently offlineHawaiian717 From United States of America, joined May 1999, 3188 posts, RR: 7
Reply 14, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 24948 times:

I typically wear an aloha shirt and either jeans or Dockers. I prefer an aloha shirt over a t-shirt when flying, because it has a pocket for my boarding pass and such.

User currently offlineWalter747 From United States of America, joined Oct 2006, 1440 posts, RR: 5
Reply 15, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 24934 times:

Quoting ExFATboy (Reply 5):
I don't think my Guinness boxers (on clearance at Target!) would quite cut it...

I would imagine you are correct.  laughing 


Usually i will wear clogs and a t shirt and jeans. Depending on the time of year i might wear sandals.



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User currently offlineHalls120 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 24926 times:

Quoting ExFATboy (Reply 5):
If I know I'm flying First or Business in advance and it's a long flight, I'll usually go up to khakis and a polo shirt, but no further than that. I find khakis more confortable than jeans for travel anyway.

Same here.

When I'm flying for business, I'll sometime wear a suit, even though it is not as comfortable, because I have on occasion been upgraded without asking at the check in counter when wearing a tie.

Quoting Kalakaua (Reply 8):
I wear henley shirts, jeans, and flip-flops in any class.

Henley shirts and jeans  thumbsup  but flip-flops  thumbsdown 

Sorry, but that's more offensive than an "inappropriate" t-shirt.

Flip flops are fine for the shower or beach. Otherwise, put some shoes on.


User currently offlineGQfluffy From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 17, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 24925 times:

Quoting AllegiantAir (Reply 7):
I usually wear my a.net t-shirt

So much for you ever joining the mile high club with some hot F/A...

Of course...I'm not sure how many hot F/As actually fly for US airlines....


User currently offlineInnocuousFox From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 2805 posts, RR: 14
Reply 18, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 24905 times:

First class seating is there for the airline to impress ME (and be compensated for it), not for me to impress them - or anyone else.


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User currently offlineRivet42 From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2005, 818 posts, RR: 1
Reply 19, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 24897 times:

Quoting Halls120 (Reply 16):
Flip flops are fine for the shower or beach. Otherwise, put some shoes on.

.... agreed! Better beware if you go to Australia, people wear 'em downtown in Sydney! Even when it's not hot! How peculiar! Maybe it's a case of "You can take the bum from the beach, but you can't take the beach from the bum..."  Smile



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User currently offlineEagle11 From United States of America, joined Dec 2006, 170 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 4 hours ago) and read 24830 times:

Quoting Fbgdavidson (Reply 1):
I wear clothes

 checkmark 

Normally I wear a t-shirt and some jeans. I always bring a light jacket or something though, just in case it gets cold (which I know it sometimes does!).



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User currently offlineCAETravlr From United States of America, joined Oct 2000, 908 posts, RR: 1
Reply 21, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 4 hours ago) and read 24832 times:

As for me, I like to look good when I travel, what can I say? For me, that used to mean the upper end of business casual attire. Now, it means something more along the lines of what I wear on a Friday or Saturday night to the nicer clubs where I am out with my friends and of course hoping to meet new ones of the female variety. I wear a very nice button down shirt that doesn't wrinkle, the latest style of nice jeans, black shoes and a black belt. I like to look good, but not stuffy. Not to mention, its also quite comfortable.

Thats just me. People of all varieties are always quite receptive when I travel, but that is as much to do with being friendly as what I am wearing I am sure.

My whole point is, what I wear when I fly will probably evolve as styles change, but I will never go sloppy or looking like I don't care what I look like when I am out in public.



A woman drove me to drink and I didn't have the decency to thank her. - W.C. Fields
User currently offlineANCFlyer From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 22, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 4 hours ago) and read 24805 times:

I fly F domestically. I dress in appropriate casual/business casual attire even while traveling on my dime.

I will a decent set of slacks, a nice shirt (button down or pull over), and on occasion, shorts (especially if heading to Hawaii). My shoes are cleaned, and if required, shined. I do wear Nike's on occasion as they are more comfortable and appropriate to the rest of what I'm wearing (see Hawaii above).



No holy jeans, no Grateful Dead T-Shirt. No Fuck George Bush or anyone else T-Shirts. No flip flops, no sandles, and always wear socks. I keep my feet off the wall. I say please, thank you.

I dress and act like I had a proper upbringing.

Quoting ThePinnacleKid (Reply 13):
i sit in seat 0 B... 0 A is somehow always taken right now by someone wearing the same thing but with an extra stripe and star on his/her wings...oh well

 rotfl  Well done.


User currently offlineMohunk From United States of America, joined May 2007, 56 posts, RR: 0
Reply 23, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 4 hours ago) and read 24752 times:

I always have my seat belt on when flying so I won't hit the ceiling in turbulence, and get upset when those around me don't wear theirs and risk hitting the ceiling and falling on me. Same thing--I wear denim pants, cotton shirt (nothing that would melt like my Hawaiian shirt), leather shoes with cotton socks, and always have a leather coat along (sans liner in the summer) which does not go in the overhead bin but sits behind me in my seat. If something bad ever happens, I want to be as safe as possible. Read about this stuff somewhere. My son, on the other hand, wears flip flops, tee shirt and shorts much to my dismay.

User currently offlineAussieAl From Australia, joined Apr 2007, 33 posts, RR: 0
Reply 24, posted (7 years 2 months 3 weeks 5 days 4 hours ago) and read 24737 times:

Do things change as time goes by? My word they do.

Back in the 1970s on trips to UK and back a suit was the thing to wear. Even if it was blue and the shirt was paisley with a matching tie.

Then all of the many domestic flights while working through the '80s and first half of '90s would see me travelling in a conservative business suit.

Since retirement was achieved dress has altered gradually towards the most comfortable. Chinos (softer than jeans), polo shirt with light jacket and very comfy black leather shoes (Kangaroo skin almost sneaker in shape).

No matter which class, always neat.


25 Concorde1518 : ...I take it you hate Southern California. Even when it rains, it's Rainbow flip flops for many. Henleys, jeans, and flip flops are the Abercrombie l
26 Eyes2thesky : Surprised I haven't heard this yet... This is straight from a senior flight attendant that I saw interviewed on something like the Discovery Channel:
27 FlyMIA : When I fly unless I am flying to the Bahamas on a commuter plane I will always wear long pants or jeans and an nice polo shirt. That is enough for me.
28 DL777LAX : Come on people, whats wrong with jeans, a tee, and flip flops? Its just the norm everywhere else outside of the plane, at least in Los Angeles. We got
29 GregQuinn : And here comes my pet-peeve .... last Thursday [5/3/07] I was on a flight from ORD to PHL. First class. So even before we left the gate a lovely young
30 Jetmatt777 : I usually wear a pair of jeans and a decent shirt, I try to not be overdressed or underdressed, but not too casual nor to "classy", I try not took loo
31 Post contains images FlashFlyGuy : PRICELESS!!!! Hey, that's part of our Aussie National Dress... Personally, I dress for comfort too, always neat and tidy using natural fibre material
32 IAirAllie : Lately I wear my uniform to avoid the hassle with TSA. But I used to travel (whether on business, pleasure or non-rev) comfortable business casual wea
33 ZBBYLW : I always wear dress pants, with either a dress shirt or a nice polo shirt. I really dislike when people show up, look like they crawled out of bed wit
34 YULWinterSkies : In a few years : nothing, when clothes will have been turned into potential bombs, either by real terrorists or real paranoid authorities! That's a go
35 DeltaGuy : A green flightsuit works too....not commerically however. DeltaGuy
36 Post contains images DfwRevolution : No synthetic materials, sturdy close-toed shoes, and nothing baggy. There's a greater than zero probability that I may have to evacuate from the aircr
37 Post contains images Helvknight : I tend to wear a short sleeve shirt and chinos or khakis, if I have a meeting at the other end I will dress in casual business stuff (I'm an engineer
38 Post contains images DL777LAX : No man, you got to just throw them down the slide Seriously though, Some of you who are paranoid of what you wear on a plane needs to be safe just in
39 Flyf15 : I don't wear anything.
40 Rsg85 : If you have to actually think about what your going to wear on a flight u musnt have been on too many. Whats up with this crap about not being casual
41 JoeCanuck : Cargo pants are a godsend, especially on international flights. You can keep all your valuables with you at all times...and they're darned comfortable
42 Post contains images ANother : I hadn't realised there was a choice!
43 1stfl94 : Well with me its comfort all the way especially on long haul. Tracksuit bottoms or cargo pants, t-shirt and big sweater to use as an extra pillow. How
44 Halls120 : I was born and raised in SoCal. Lived every summer on the beach until I went off to college. During the summer, when I wasn't wearing baseball cleats
45 Post contains images Kalakaua : I don't like taking off my shoes at the security line, then finding a place to sit to tie my shoes without looking awkward. That's why I wear flip -f
46 Melpax : People wear them at my office..... although it is the trend at the moment, especially with the chicks.
47 Post contains images Runway24R : I'd love to weat a full pilot's uniform as a passenger just to see the reaction of the surrounding passengers.    Especially if I acted really nervo
48 AUA747 : Unless traveling on a non-rev tix, just wear comfortable cloths no matter the class since with all the security procedure can't go wrong with flipflop
49 Halls120 : Don't wear it for me. You want to dress like a slob, that's your choice and your right. Just know that the people who are older than you, and might b
50 SkyyMaster : Unless you are an airline employee non-revving, how can an airline enforce a dress code? I would think they cannot turn someone away unless the cloth
51 GlobalATL : Here here!
52 InnocuousFox : I would recommend that one should not wear anything that may be mistaken for an explosive-stuffed vest.
53 NWADC9 : I wear nothing. Very helpful in security lines! When I feel like wearing clothes, I try to look presentable and not like a slob. Especially on my non-
54 MEACEDAR : When I fly international, I usually book it in F. If I am in F, I usually like to look good. I usually wear nice khakis with a nice button down shirt,
55 Gh123 : I wear comfortable smart casual clothes making me SFU (Suitable For Upgrade).
56 EWRCabincrew : At least, that. I just wear my uniform, I find it easier. As for what the rest wear, not my job. Since people dress the way the want (with exception
57 Post contains images Falstaff : I do. For three reasons. One is that I don't want people thinking I am a slob, two is that I wear jeans and work shirts everyday so I like to wear so
58 Type-Rated : Hobbies: Jack-of-All Trades, Master-of-None Somehow I see a connection here. Another thing about flip flops, in todays sardine packed cabins if you a
59 Tockeyhockey : whenever i am flying anywhere, i make sure to dress in a banana-yellow auto-racing jumpsuit with white stripes down the sleeves and pant legs. i also
60 Post contains images Bwest : Gone are the days where people actually dressed up just to step outside their house... A suit and tie with the complimentary hat looked so classy. And
61 IADCA : I probably have a unique twist on the flip-flops debate, which is that I almost always wear a polo, khakis (khaki shorts in the summer) and flipflops.
62 RJAF : I believe in dressing smart casual regardless if it economy, business or First class. I think it is always nice to look sharp on an airplane but at th
63 Post contains images EWRCabincrew : Wearing flip flops is like wearing speedos. It is a privilege. Not a right. Just as you need to be somewhat decent to wear a speedo, you need to have
64 SkyexRamper : If you paid for a real ticket, then wear what makes you comfortable.
65 Post contains images BrettFromCLT : Wouldn't that be 0F? You get a window up there, right? Jeans, polo shirt, clean Nikes for me, unless I'm going to Florida, the Caribbean, or the like
66 EWRCabincrew : Well said, but
67 IADCA : You can say that again. And that goes for odor more than anything. I was next to a woman (!) in a movie theater once with the most offensive foot odo
68 Post contains images Helvknight : I think this post hits the nail on the head. Many years ago flying was special. As the legacies and the LCCs have degraded the flying experience to t
69 Post contains images ExFATboy : Hypothetically they could, just as a restaurant can require a jacket and tie or a golf course can require a collared shirt...to this day some golf co
70 PanAm747 : There was a thread on this a while back in Polls & Preferences. When I travel, I am usually dressed in "cowboy formal" - dress black wranglers, boots,
71 IAHAAPlatinum : I'm late to post, but have to share a story. I was flying out of SLC about two years ago. Had been there for meetings, and, given the it was a Friday
72 Post contains images Bimmerkid19 : uhm.. .. Clothes??
73 Nuggets : When I fly business or first, I typically wear a button down shirt, nice jeans, and shoes. If I'm in coach I just wear a t-shirt. On the long flights,
74 Wingedarrow : I remember that one of the rules for C class passengers on SR stated clearly: "No passenger wearing jeans and/or t-shirt will be admitted in the C cl
75 EWRCabincrew : Good to know. Thank you. Interesting, though.
76 N270ft : if im travelling in economy and going somewhere warm i will wear flip flops. if its for work, then i always wear a suit. aw
77 Ken777 : When I traveled domestic on business I would wear the suit I was going to wear in the meetings - didn't want it to get lost with the baggage. When I s
78 InnocuousFox : People used to think that about riding a bus, too.
79 Bimmerkid19 : Lol, but still, i dont think the average person in the US travels by plane as much as average people do in Europe and flying still is extremely expens
80 R2rho : Flip flops seem to be an American/Australian thing; they're not as incredibly popular elsewhere (although they are on the rise). I've personally never
81 Post contains images SBN580 : Then bring it back a little then, by giving yourself a retro "glory days," look. Sure there is. Just because the person next to you looks like a slob
82 JoeCanuck : I like to wear a nice golf or t shirt and cargo pants with clean sneakers. It's comfortable enough for the long flights I'm on and looks nice enough t
83 Post contains images OA260 : If its business then a suit and tie. If its leisure and summer then a A&F T shirt and jeans with A&F flip flops. If its winter then a lambswool jumper
84 SkyexRamper : Not totally true... it's how you act that reflects you.
85 Kalakaua : You guys give the most weirdest reasons on why to wear what. Last time I checked when I was wearing the clothes I wear, I didn't do cartwheels in the
86 OA260 : Yes I agree but both can also be true. If you are really badly dressed then people do kinda judge you . Its the ''judging a book by its cover'' scena
87 Samair : i dress to the country im going and where im leaving, eg spain, jeans and short t-shirt leaving for manchester at 5am on a minibus even in july isnt t
88 Delta767300ER : It all depends on my destination, airline, weather, ect. On my departure leg I usually wear khaki cargo pants w/ a polo shirt of the airline I am flyi
89 WestJetYQQ : On Early Morning departures, I will be in slacks, dress shirt, sport coat, etc. Lunchtime departures will see me in denim and a dress shirt, and depar
90 RetroLivery : I usually wear a comfortable pair of black wool dress slacks or white linen cargo pants with a grey or white jersey ringneck tee. Shoes are usually Pu
91 ThePinnacleKid : I will stick with 0B... 0A is the "big man" and I'm the one in 0B... the one everyone actually asks... "So, do you ever get to fly the plane?" and if
92 JamesJimlb : wear your most comfortable outfit, works for me
93 JGPH1A : Whatever you like, would be my answer - I usually wear comfy jeans, a loose shirt and slip-on shoes (if I'm passing through the US). Sometimes I wear
94 ACDC8 : Just a thought, but does anyone every think of bring a good winter jacket with (even in the summer), just in case you need to make an emergency landin
95 LHRBFSTrident : KLM don't require national dress, do they?!?! well not just that - I can only imagine how many times your feet would get rammed by baggage carts and
96 Srbmod : I still to some point, dress like a non-rev (old habits die hard even over 6 years since I was in the industry) out of habit. Usually I dress nicer on
97 Rwy04LGA : Thankfully. Delta has relaxed their non-rev dress code. But I'll still show up in business casual with my buddy pass in hopes of getting a seat 'up fr
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