I do. Sometimes I change even before takeoff, but normally head to the lavs just as the seatbelt sign is off.ditto said:I am now curious to know if anyone sitting up the pointy end does actually change into the PJ's provided?
Not here in the good ole USA Second woman says Southwest made her cover up - CNN.comQF009 said:Tight tops and short pants for the other gender in their 20s are also very much welcome.
I change into them as soon as I board. If there's enough time that is. Otherwise - straight after take off.ditto said:I am now curious to know if anyone sitting up the pointy end does actually change into the PJ's provided?
They also like to hang out around Clarke Quay. I can't remember the name of the bar though.Evan said:Anywhere else in SIN i may like to visit to meet some crew ? (Sometimes see some up at 54 in MOS as well)
ditto said:Smart casual for both sexes is what I was expecting to hear and is what seems to be the general consensus from the replies.
According to an ex QF FA friend, there is supposed to be a dress code for each class which includes covered footwear - no thongs allowed.
so does that mean you do wear what she wears?jakeseven7 said:Kylie Minogue doesn't wear shoes when she is in F on Qantas, so neither do I . (Have been on a flight with her, lovely lovely person!)
sr81 said:i did laugh the other week when this big beefy bloke got on the plane in CNS looking like a VB ad from the 70's. Massive ‘tache and really short shorts. by the time we got to MEL he had about seven blankets wrapped around him. looked a little similar to a hairy blue elephant.