Bathroom Business

Sat Jun 17, 2000 1:55 pm

Why doesnt first class make their bathrooms better??? We are paying more than enough for just a better seat and food!!!!!!

RE: Bathroom Business

Sat Jun 17, 2000 4:22 pm

Well, what exactly do you expect to see in the first class lavatory? Do you want a bathroom attendant to hand you a towel for your precious hands?
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Sat Jun 17, 2000 4:27 pm

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RE: Bathroom Business

Sat Jun 17, 2000 4:39 pm

Royal Brunei's toilet's decorated by gold.. is that great enough for you?
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RE: Bathroom Business

Sat Jun 17, 2000 7:45 pm

Well, at least the bathrooms in First Class should be made roomier than those in Y-class. I read an article a couple of years ago about a certain major airline (forgot which one) upgrading their first class service. Part of the package is a redesigned bathroom, which, although contains basically the same amenities, is easily twice as roomy inside than the Y-class standard.
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RE: Bathroom Business

Sat Jun 17, 2000 10:24 pm

Royal Bruneis toilets have gold plating inside their economy class lavs also.


RE: Bathroom Business

Sun Jun 18, 2000 12:39 am

There is really no need for any sarcastic remarks from any one - I appreciate those that just commented - it was merely a question!

RE: Bathroom Business

Sun Jun 18, 2000 12:45 am

This post doesn't really rely in here but it's just something I wanna say.
United Express doesn't have any bathroom abord their Jetstream 31 !!!
That was the worst I ever experienced.



RE: Bathroom Business

Sun Jun 18, 2000 12:57 am

Then again, why would you need a bathroom for a 30-min to a 1-hour flight? If you knew you had to go, couldn't you go at the airport of your origin or at your destination?   
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RE: Bathroom Business

Sun Jun 18, 2000 1:00 am

United Biz class they have lotion and soap in bottles in a basket wrapped with cloth. I am actually happy with that, but since I drink so much water and soda on long flights if I go biz class, I have to go to the bathroom a lot and I wouldn't mind a few upgrades in terms of size and amenities.

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RE: Bathroom Business

Sun Jun 18, 2000 1:06 am

I've flown on Canadian Regional's Fokker F28 twice, and one of those flights, I was in Business Class. No problem, except for one little thing - the business class doesn't even have its own bathroom!!!! I had to use the one in Economy, as the F28 has only one toilet - and like I said, that's the one in Economy. Apparently, the Fokker aircraft company must've designed the F28 for all-economy class config, like the CRJ is. That's just another of the many reasons I hate the F28!
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RE: Bathroom Business

Sun Jun 18, 2000 2:12 am

I agree with sweetness, the bathrooms in first really ought to be nicer
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RE: Bathroom Business

Sun Jun 18, 2000 2:51 am

LAN Chile has all sorts of ammemidtys in their buisness class bathrooms, i found that cool. If they made then firstclass bathrooms better, then even more people would come up from coach and use them.

how do you feel when A coacg class passenger comes to the front and uses your bathroom? it doesnt bother me on flights with small planes(MD 80) because if they are sitting near the front in coach then the bathroom is allot furthur away then the first class one just a few feet ahead. But i hate when i am lucky enough to be in first class on an MD-11 or anyother wide body and people come up to use the first class bathroom. why would they do that? it is very far away from there seat and i doubt there is a long line at the bathroom in the back. Anyways, i just want to hear some opinions about that....
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RE: Bathroom Business

Sun Jun 18, 2000 7:42 am

Well, Sometimes Coach Class people use the Front Lavatories so they would be getting the same as a First Class person would, If we had separate Lavatories for the First Class. A person could go in The Coach Class, Take a Dumpo and Walk out or go up front in Coach Class Clothing and Come out having experienced 1st Class Amenities. I for one use the front Lavatories if the Back Lavs are full/.
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RE: Bathroom Business

Sun Jun 18, 2000 8:13 am

on SAS's MD90 and B737 the business class lavatories are a little bigger and even have a window.  

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