|Quoting robbie86 (Thread starter):|
My question is, do airlines usually "celebrate" passengers who are flying on their birthday?
|Quoting BAViscount (Reply 3):|
maybe I should have been a better son and made the fact that it was her birthday known to the crew!
|Quoting tim171080 (Reply 2):|
Statistically, there's a birthday passenger on every twin aisle aircraft. (~365 seats)
|Quoting Quokka (Reply 5):|
A few years ago, my mother was travelling on SQ with a friend and as the "Singapore Girl" noticed that they seemed to be having fun she made a comment in jest that "we have just married". From then on they were showered with champagne and cognac. No wedding cake though. LOL
|Quoting CX Flyboy (Reply 6):|
Cathay gives a birthday card and gifts for the very special passengers as far as I know.
|Birthday on CX|
|Quoting type-rated (Reply 44):|
Not quite a birthday but when my sister got married and flew UA to Hawaii I found out that you could preorder a bottle of champagne for the couple.
|Quoting Gonzalo (Reply 10):|
I know this is not exactly what you are talking about, but LAN add 1.000 kmts. to my LANPASS account every birthday since I'm in the FF program, some 10 or 11 years ago...
Better than nothing !!