|Quoting OA260 (Reply 7):|
Have to agree there. I also would pay more to go on the A380
|Quoting B747forever (Reply 15):|
I would pay extra to fly on any 777. I really want to try out that a/c.
|Quoting SAN787 (Reply 12):|
Anyone know what I can do for 8 hours at SFO??? I am pondering taking the BART into the city and having some java at the famous Cafte Trieste to pass some time.
|Quoting Elite (Reply 20):|
Quoting Afterburner (Reply 17):
I would pay slightly more NOT to fly on a 747 (unless I fly in F or C class). Big grin
You would PAY to not fly on the 747?!
My favorite aircraft by far.
|Quoting WILCO737 (Reply 22):|
I am shocked as well... What is so bad about the B744? Oh, and why would you fly F or C class in it but not Y class? Where is the difference then? (except the seats and the service)
|Quoting Afterburner (Reply 23):|
Don't get me wrong. Boeing 747 is a marvelous aircraft. I just don't like its cramped economy class, especially in a long haul flight. Smile
|Quoting WILCO737 (Reply 11):|
I guess there is only one aircraft I would pay a LOT more to be able to fly with it: CONCORDE!!!!
Man, I want her back so much! cloudnine
|Quoting Afterburner (Reply 17):|
I would pay slightly more NOT to fly on a 747 (unless I fly in F or C class).
|Quoting Superfly (Reply 2):|
So in a nutshell, I will pay more to fly on an older aircraft about to be retired, Soviet jetliner and any modern 4-engine aircraft.
I will pay more to avoid the most common aircraft type if I have the choice. The aircraft I try to avoid the most is; 777, 767, A320, 737NG if there is an older aircraft, Soviet or 4-engine option on a given route.