|Quoting airzim (Reply 53):|
discerning = pedantic
I hate to break it to you but want you seek is impossible. By definition, there's no way that any airline can provide the same experience, even on the same airplane. There are way too many variables (noise, location, neighbor, lights, TOD, etc) that cannot be controlled. Unless I'm mistaken, there are no airlines that provide the exact same seat and experience on the same aircraft.
It's pretty cleat that you simply cannot please everyone all the time.
I've flown BA J many times, and never had a "cold air" experience. But clearly this is an issue for you. However, there's good news, chose another seat!
First of all, I doubt from your comment that you have flown long haul many times in the BA
J window seat. Not convincing.
Second, do you even know the meaning of the word pedantic? This is pedantic. I quote: "By definition, there's no way that any airline can provide the same experience, even on the same airplane. There are way too many variables (noise, location, neighbor, lights, TOD
, etc) that cannot be controlled."
Pedants stretch out arguments with their trivial details and rules.
As is often the case, pedantry leads to sophistry. If I took your words seriously, they would lead to the absurd conclusion that we can't say one seat is identical to the nest in absolute, spatial terms because of situational differences from flight to flight. How could we possibly tell if the seat shells are the same shape if everyone in the cabin can't remain silent? What nonsense!
On that note and only if we can exclude the possibility of spatial anomalies appearing in the airplane cabin, the BE
SuperDiamond and the Zodiac Cirrus provide the same customer experience in every seat.