|Quoting Fbgdavidson (Reply 2):|
I think the American system works better (with the exception of not always having lounge access in First, unless elite, which although doesn't affect me is a stupid policy!) as you get the separate cabin and feel that you have paid extra for the a better experience.
|Quoting Teva (Reply 6):|
However, if you are on the good side of the curtain (I mean in the front section) there is a huge difference.
|Quoting CXYYZ (Reply 4):|
I never understood how European travellers justified flying business class (for the carriers I've looked at anyway - I'm sure there are exceptions) when there is so little difference between it and economy. If I'm paying extra, I want to feel I'm getting my money's worth and that means I expect a clearly distinct product like is offered in North American or Asia.
|Quoting ComeAndGo (Reply 9):|
In America you have big houses, big cars, big seats, and big bags.
In Europe you have small houses, small cars, small seats and small carry-ons.
|Quoting Ozglobal (Reply 13):|
The US uses 60% of the world's energy for 4% of the world's population and produces over 50% of the world's polution. I hope you don't think that's something to be envied...
|Quoting ExFATboy (Reply 16):|
your pollution figure looks dodgy too.