Many FTers are familiar with YUP (or QUP, KUP, etc) fares offered by some US-based airlines – pay for economy fly in first. Now Swiss has added their own version of YUP (pay for economy fly in business) on selected intra-Europe routes. Are there other non-US-based airlines also offering these types of fares? Please share by a comment or a message.
A good example of the useful information posted by FTers that is not found in one place anywhere else is this thread in the Oneworld forum listing classes of travel available by airline within OW by aircraft type compiled by SLF with help of many well-travelled FTers.
Imagine you are traveling with your significant other on the same flight. You get upgraded to the premium class cabin.
Do you refuse the upgrade and sit with your significant other in the coach class cabin, accept the upgrade and give it to your significant other while you sit in the coach class cabin, or do you accept the upgrade and sit in the premium class cabin while your significant other sits in the coach class cabin?
A lot of discussion by many FlyerTalk members ensued in only 24 hours in the GF in coach? thread.
What if you were the significant other and this happened to you? What would you do?
I wonder if the couple is still together…