Should there be a dress code when flying

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rhjames

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ditto said:
I am now curious to know if anyone sitting up the pointy end does actually change into the PJ's provided?

If it's a long haul I use them - overall more comfortable. I don't bother on flights if I won't be sleeping.
 
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QueenCaroline said:
I have a theory that the better dressed I am, the more likely I am to meet Mr Right in one of the bars at Changi, and then naturally we find out that we're on the same flight.....but I suspect that only happens in the movies.

That wasn't you getting changed in full view in 1st class HK/Syd in front of me was it? If it was, it certainly got my attention. You'd certainly meet Mr. Something that way!!!
 
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