BMIFlyer
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Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 12:00 pm

Hi Guys,

Im flying MAN-ORD with BD on Sunday 30th May in Biz Class (first time in Biz), then returning on 8th June.

Could any of you advise me what best to wear?

Pardon my Ignorance on this matter  Big thumbs up

Thanks

Lee
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TonyBurr
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 12:06 pm

I generally wear just a pair of pants and a decent shirt. Not into traveling in jeans and sweatshirt, some do, and if the jeans are decent it is not bad. You do not need to wear a suit. If you have paid for the ticket ( or upgraded) you can wear what you want. But it does not hurt to have some class. Comfortable but decent.
 
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 12:07 pm

Lee- A collared shirt and nice khakis should do nicely. I've never felt uncomfortable in C when attired like that. Have a great time in Chicago. It's a great town, and hopefully the flooding will be gone by then.
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 12:12 pm

Thanks Guys, and yes i usually do enjoy Chicago.

Ill be visiting Meigs this time too (well, whats left of it).

Hopefully get a few pictures.

Lee
Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
 
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 12:16 pm

Hi Lee... IMO, "smart casual" is the way to go. Casual trousers or GOOD, NEW, CLEAN jeans OK too. Nice collared shirt... buttoned or "polo" type doesn't matter. Shoes... just not open sandals or thongs. Runners (i.e. Reebok-type) OK,too, as long as - if they are meant to be white - they still are!

DON'T go in "business attire", or similar, looking like something out of some airline's Business Class advertisment!! Dead giveaway!

Have a nice trip.
 
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 1:03 pm

Wear something clean. That's all I worry about. I've traveled the world in business class in jeans and a t-shirt. Nobody cares  Smile

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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 1:09 pm

clean pressed pants and a button down shirt.
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 1:12 pm

Who cares, wear what you want. I've worn jeans and a t-shirt in first many times. No one cares, if you are up there, you are up there for a reason. Most recently in first (SJO-DFW AA), I wore a light blue t-shirt with khaki shorts and flip-flops/flippers/sandals. I could care less what the other people think about what I'm wearing.
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 1:14 pm

I have a similar attitude to AA61...dress however the heck you want to...YOU are the one thats traveling, and YOU should dress in whatever manner you feel comfortable with...

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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 1:18 pm

As I say, your cash, your seat, its a free market!

Just wear something you would feel comfortable in. Enjoy Chitown man. Cathing a baseball game by any chance? Cubbies are hangin in there.

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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 1:20 pm

Lee,

I have traveled alot, in F, C and Y. I can tell you right now, I detest those guys that get onto an airplane in any class of service in shorts and a tank top with flip flops. Mind you, my home airport is HNL, vacationers haven, but please people. I think people should have a bit more respect for their fellow passengers. When I worked for someone and traveled on their dime for business, I was in proper business attire. Khakis and a nice sport shirt, usually with a sport coat due to weather changes. If for pleasure, and business now since I am my own boss, I wear either khakis or a pair of well fitting jeans, not those baggy things. I will wear a sport shirt with that and take a jacket or sweater onto the airplane, since the airlines insist that you be cold when you travel, hehehe.

Most of all, be comfortable and yourself that way you will fit in no matter what class of service you travel. Have fun in ORD! Will you write a trip report? I hope so, love reading those.

Happy Contrails,
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 1:45 pm

I would say try to combine something that is comfortable, but still a little classy. Don't go out of your way to wear a suit, but I usually like to wear a nice pair of jeans (no holes, etc.) or khakis and a nice polo or button down shirt. Among my favorites is a nice pair of jeans, a lite colored button down (ironed), and a pair of nice, but casual shoes (not wingtips, but not sneakers either).

I have found that some flight attendents with airlines I have flown seem to have an idea of what their C or F class passengers should dress. In the past, when I was younger, I would sometimes wear jeans, a t-shirt, and sneakers, and would often get repeatedly asked by FAs to see my boarding pass thinking that I was not suppose to be there. I get this a lot less when wearing something like the look that I mentioned above.


As mentioned though, you bought the ticket, so you can wear whatever you would like, but just try to make sure it is clean!  Big grin.
 
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 1:46 pm

Oh yes, I agree with ASAFHummer and with Aa61hvy. But let me add my two cents. Don't bother being clean. Wear all the after-shave you want. Bring your own smelly fish sandwich on board. Who cares if anyone else doesn't like it. After all, the world revolves around us. If others don't like it, who cares. It's a free world.
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 1:54 pm

Wear whatever you want, who cares what other people think.
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 2:01 pm

You paid for the seat.

You can wear a tutu and a mohawk haircut if you want.

However, I usually wear comfortable slacks and a knit shirt. If its a long flight, I will slip into flannel pajamas after dinner, take an ambien and fall asleep and request the crew to wake me up 45 minutes before landing for a cup of coffee and a light snack.
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 2:06 pm

For me the most important thing to remember is to smell good; body odor, mouth, and feet. Wear anything you feel comfortable in as long you smell good. I've had my share of fellow passengers that really smelled bad and ruined whole flights.
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 3:24 pm

Agree with the Smart Casual concept.

I sometimes also dress in a pair of neat jeans, bur nothing too casual (eg. offensive t-shirts, or torn jeans etc..) I mean this also helps you blend in the environment and all.

Also I usually bring a set of F Class Sleep Suit (or just normal CK sleep Suit) and slippers on long haul flights. (Makes you feel comfortable and also reduce crush on your clothing) I wish more airline offer this service to J Class ( I can only recall that VS is the only airline to offer sleep suits to J Class pax, NH has cabin ware but the quality is ..... however their slippers are not BAD).

I think sometimes in the world it does pay to have some respect and consideration on other pax on the plane (eg. no Fish Sandwiches etc...)

I once remember this arrogant Canadian (sorry If I offended anyone)from a flight HKG-YVR. He took off his socks when he got onto the plane and obviously it had some odour. I mean it was in J Class and the cabin was not too full. It is really hard for other pax and the hostess to comment on anything.

Then when I wanted to go to the bathroom, I went through th middle block of (Airbus config 2x2x2)seats (as the hostess had a duty free trolley on my side) and that guy just screamed at me and said why the F did I went through his seat (when he was actually drinking in the bar and I did not even distrub him or anything).

Anyway, just enjoy your first J Class experience!! I remembered i did!
 
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 3:34 pm

What a person in first or business class wears is entirely their business. Wake up you old fogeys, this is 2004.

Wearing a suit is old fashioned. I paid for the premium ticket, and I can dress how I want.

By the way, one time I was wearing shorts from Miami to ORD on 1st class on an AA 767, and a flight attendant gave me a look.

I let her have it, and complained to the flight purser. I suggested that she was getting on me and ignoring some others who were "underdressed for 1st class" simply because I am Indian and dark-skinned. The scared flight purser apologized repeatedly and gave me a voucher.

Moral: First and business class passengers pay the freight for these airlines, and don't let ANY F/A forget it..if they do, they lose their job!
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 3:50 pm

If you're a dirt bag trailer trash type, go ahead and wear flip flops and a dirty t-shirt. If you have some class dress like it. No body cares what is appropriate attire these days.
 
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 4:02 pm

I say wear whatever u please, I mean it's up to the paying passenger what they wear on the plane, not up to the person next to them.

Just my 2 cents.
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 4:11 pm

I am not concerned with what fellow passengers wear in regards to proper or acceptable dress - what I am concerned about is passenger safety. If I am involved in an aircraft accident I don't want to be slowed down trying to exit the aircraft by the fellow looking for his flip flops. When I dress I wear clothes that are the safest in the event of an emergency. Cottons and Denims are a lot less flame resistant that polyester blends. A leather jacket is going to protect me far more than light sweater - also I am going to wear leather soled shoes that are tied tightly to prevent it flying off my feet. I always say dress for safety because you never know what may occur and if something does occur a passenger is going to need every lit of bit of help available.
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 4:12 pm

I'd say that what BigMac said is far more important.
If somebody dresses "bad" you can always look away.
But it's damn hard to smell away, no matter how "nicely" dressed the person might be.
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 4:17 pm

Oops - Used the wrong wording. I meant cottons and denims are a lot more flame resistant than polyester or knit blends
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 4:21 pm

Jaysit:

And they can also dance a pirrouette upon entering the aircraft too if they so desire!

Dressing appropriately is not just a "class or snob" thing, it's a safety issue. Sure, everyday thousands of flights make it to their destinations safely, but what about the the rare event of an emergency evacuation? If you are wearing shorts and sandals you'll enjoy riding down one of the slides if you have to evacuate.... and leave most of the skin from the back of your legs behind!
Wear clothes that are sturdy, yet comfortable and cover "contact points" and you'll be fine. The polo/dress shirt and cotton twill pants is a very nice look. Nobody will give you strange stares when wearing these. And they are comfortable too.
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GaleaoCumbica
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 4:30 pm

Hi guys!

I think a nice jeans and a nice and clean t-shirt won't be a trouble.
I usually fly from LHR-GRU-LHR (an almost 12 hours flight each way) and the few times I flew with a nice shirt I arrived with a very bad looking, well not me, but my shirt.

So, just wear something comfortable and enjoy the flight.

Have a good time!!

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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 5:00 pm

The best thing to wear is whatever you think is comfortable.

It doesnt neccesarily have to be smart casual and dont worry about what is appropriate or not. I wore shorts and a t-shirt on F class before.

[Edited 2004-05-27 10:02:12]
 
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 7:49 pm

Sometimes cabin crew will take exception to passengers in businessclass who don't wear suit and tie (or equivalent female attire).
This can result in poor service (up to and including being completely ignored) by them.

Such is however rare and exceptionally unprofessional, and is mostly related to old high-ranking FAs who feel themselves too good to cater to the average traveller.
Often a complaint to the captain or chief purse will solve matters.

There is no dresscode, but of course one should dress appropriately for the environment so torn T-shirts and jeans with holes in them are not appropriate (but then, IMO they aren't in cattle class either except maybe on some cheap charter).
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 9:59 pm

Womack17; If you flight crashes from 37000ft then I don`t think it matters what clothes you were wearing....but lets hope you will never have to put your clothes to a test!
 
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 10:03 pm

Thanks Guys, and yes i usually do enjoy Chicago.

Ill be visiting Meigs this time too (well, whats left of it).

Hopefully get a few pictures.


BMI

I took the "pilgrimage" to Meigs - lifelong MSFS fan here. Took some video / photos. You can have a look if you want (email me) Not looking good. Just a long dirt strip now.  Sad

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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Thu May 27, 2004 10:18 pm

If you're non-revving, you better dress up! Nice pants, nice shoes and a polo shirt should do the trick. If you've paid for your ticket, you can pretty much wear whatever, but I still recommend you dress up. It's just common sense. And also, remember to be comfortable.

Enjoy your flight,

Alex.
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Fri May 28, 2004 12:02 am

You should at least look respectable. When I fly, no matter which cabin (first, business, or economy), I will wear minimally slacks and a golf shirt, and if I have to go to meetings or out to (a formal) dinner as soon as I get off the plane, I will wear a suit, regardless of the class. I'm not big into the shorts and tank-top group, because a.) planes can get a bit cold, so by wearing slacks, I won't feel it is much, and b.) I personally take pride in my grooming. I want to appear to be a respectable person who is proud of who I am.

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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Fri May 28, 2004 12:15 am

I agree with Big Mac

wear whatever you want, but TAKE A SHOWER.

I don't care how anyone looks on board a plane, whether they are wearing suit and tie, Hawiian shirts, hockey jerseys or Metallica shirts... just as long as they shower.

I've ridden in business and first class wearing t shirts of heavy metal bands and jeans (without holes) and I made sure I showered before i got on the plane.

The guy in the aisle across from me was wearing a nice suit, but he was from a culture that didn't believe in using deodrant or something and he smelled real bad.

Whats going to offend your fellow passengers more? looks or smell?
 
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Fri May 28, 2004 1:07 am

Whats going to offend your fellow passengers more? looks or smell?

With looks you can always close your eyes or look somewhere else......
with smell ..... well, just use your imagination!  Wink/being sarcastic

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aa61hvy
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Fri May 28, 2004 1:50 am

I don't see how me dressing comfortable (not tank tops) but a t-shirt and shorts is disrespecting my passengers.

Dalm88-How is that inappropriate attire? Everything is clean, there is no odor comming from me. So why don't you explain that to me.
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Fri May 28, 2004 2:00 am

Having flown in F once on BA longhaul due to an unexpected upgrade from J, I got raised eyebrows and condescending attitude from the FA's as I was dressed in what they must've thought was inappropriate, a crisp linen shirt and very nice pair of jeans.

BA FA's think that unless you're dressed like you're going to Sunday church, you're not really worth sitting in F and treat you accordingly.
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Fri May 28, 2004 2:08 am

What a ridiculous thread. Where does it say that people have to wear a particular attire in "business". Keep in mind, this name is not really correct anymore. Many times, most of the passengers in "business" are not doing "business" but, rather, leisure. The system has morphed so it now allows anyone to upgrade. What people want is the wider seat and improved service, not sitting next to someone who is in "khakis and a button down shirt". Give me a break.
You are probably saying "this is another American who has no class". I was brought up in Peru where people wear uniforms to school (I did), teachers wear ties and button down shirts (I did), and EVERYONE looks at your type of dress at any type of event. I own a number of suits and ties and can dress the part like anyone. But I also have common sense.
There is another point I want to bring up. Why wouldn't you want to dress in comfort and with safety in mind if you are sitting in economy? Are the people traveling in Y less important, less classy, less respectable? Someone should dress because of how they want to appear, not because of what they paid for a ticket. This applies to Americans, Europeans, Asians, and everyone in the world.
You know, people used to wear ties and hats to baseball games (someone mentioned Wrigley Field in Chicago). People used to wear coats and ties to church. And female flight attendants never wore slacks while working. Women were also not allowed to get pregnant if they were school teachers. Wake up world, it's 2004.
Can't we talk about more important stuff?
FLY2LIM
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Fri May 28, 2004 8:21 am

My only self-imposed dress-code for flying is to wear good sturdy shoes in case of emergency or (more likely) 30-second connections. It's really hard to haul butt through the terminal wearing flip-flops. And in an emergency evacuation, simply remember the words of Jimmy Buffett: "I blew out my flip-flop / Stepped on a pop-top / Cut my heel, had to cruise on back home."
 
worldoftui
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Fri May 28, 2004 8:25 am

Initially I thought about this thread and thought that I wouldn't wear shorts for example when traveling First or Club. But then I thought "Why the Hell Not?"

I have paid for my ticket and that is all that matters. Admittedly, would be a smart pair of shorts if I was in F/C, not boardies or anything. Probably with a shirt, but don't see how I would be offending anyone. I would want to dress with some class, but I think you can still look classy in a pair of smart shorts, a shirt and shoes (no sandals).

Smelling bad - that is offensive. A cardinal sin of air travel.

If I was travelling on a staff ticket, however, I would be smarter. Rules are rules, and upgrades are a perk that I would not wish to abuse.

Mark

[Edited 2004-05-28 01:56:57]
 
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Fri May 28, 2004 8:45 am

This is actually a pet peeve of mine. I have travelled on a pass w/ UA, so I had to dress up because they require it, I had no problem wearing just nice pants and a nice dress shirt, and I felt more welcomed in Business and First (I have friends w/ UA who have actually refused to give employee/guest pass passengers a biz or first class seat because they did not meet the dress code requirements.) If you are traveling on your own dime, things are different, but there should still be a sense of comfort, and class in what you wear. I hate being seated next to a passenger dressed in a tank top, please cover your shoulders/under-armsin public, especially anywhere that food may be served. I have worn shorts in coach before, and lived to regret it as the flight was very cold and I was huddled in a fetal position, freezing all the way from SEA to CLE. I don't think we all need to return to the so-called "golden days" of aviation with everyone wearing a suit and tie (even the women, lol).

Certainly more passengers need to wear nice clean pants, a nice clean shirt (long sleeved pref), be freshly showered, go easy on the after-shave/cologne, and just not look like they either are coming back from a Harley-Davidson convention complete with leather chaps, or are heading off to find their soul by sitting around eating organic tofu, hugging trees, smoking cloves, and wearing nothing but hemp that hasn't been washed in weeks.
 
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Sat May 29, 2004 7:16 pm

Well, thanks again everyone, i hope to have an enjoyable time in the 'Windy City'  Big thumbs up

Thanks

Lee
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Sat May 29, 2004 7:49 pm

Why don't you dress as you would like to see other people dressed:
casual
clean
not badly smelling cloths

At the end I am the customer and an airline that wants to tell me what I have to wear can p*** off, sorry. I am sure you pay some money for it - if you get a reduction as travel agent or airline employee , a dress code is ok. But not as a "usual" paying customer.
 
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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Sat May 29, 2004 8:03 pm

If you are not staffs travelling on Business class then....

don't worry...where whatever you want!!!

Those who wear suits and stuffs are staffs travelling C class!!!!

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RE: Dress Code In 'C' Class?

Sat May 29, 2004 8:16 pm

I agree with Womack17 Wear what you want, but wear something that's not going to hinder you if you need to deplane quickly

PA120, yes not much out there is going save you if you're plane nose dives in from 37,000ft, but most incidents/accidents occur on takeoff, landing, or while taxing on the ground, and wearing proper clothing (i.e. not shorts and flipflops) can have a significant impact on how injured/burned you get.

Enjoy the flight

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