After Paying $400,000 for Lifetime Premium Class Passes, Man Sues to Re-Instate It After Airline Cancels It
Imagine having passes for you and a companion to fly in the premium class cabin anytime you like for the rest of your life. Would you have paid $400,000 for that privilege?
One man did, but his passes were revoked. In the American Airlines sued over lifetime first class flying pass (merged) thread, there is a long discussion about the particular reasons why that privilege has been revoked, as well as the posting of dreams of what FlyerTalk members would do with lifetime premium class passes — including using an overnight flight on which to sleep as a replacement for a hotel or home while in the middle of moving from one residence to another, and meals would be served as well — that allegedly also earned American AAdvantage miles!