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Once you’re seated on your flight, listen for the cabin door to shut.

If there’s an open first class seat, ask the flight attendant if you can move.

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Of course, it always helps if you took the time to strike up a conversation with the attendant when you first boarded the plane, but what’s the most you could lose?

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Once you’re seated on your flight, listen for the cabin door to shut.

If there’s an open first class seat, ask the flight attendant if you can move.

Of course, it always helps if you took the time to strike up a conversation with the attendant when you first boarded the plane, but what’s the most you could lose?

These are just some of the top hacks we’ve come across when trying to score that snazzy business upgrade.

Do you have any to add?

Of course, it always helps if you took the time to strike up a conversation with the attendant when you first boarded the plane, but what’s the most you could lose?

These are just some of the top hacks we’ve come across when trying to score that snazzy business upgrade.

Do you have any to add?

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Once you’re seated on your flight, listen for the cabin door to shut. If there’s an open first class seat, ask the flight attendant if you can move. Of course, it always helps if you took the time to strike up a conversation with the attendant when you first boarded the plane, but what’s the most you could lose? These are just some of the top hacks we’ve come across when trying to score that snazzy business upgrade. Do you have any to add? Interested in finding available positions? Start a search today!

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