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    Senior Member Sunny Beaches's Avatar
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    Last time we went, June 09, we flew 1st class, Phoenix to Houston, Houston to Aruba, $ 1200pp, this year we will fly coach on the airlines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunny Beaches View Post
    Last time we went, June 09, we flew 1st class, Phoenix to Houston, Houston to Aruba, $ 1200pp, this year we will fly coach on the airlines.

    The prices I quoted were coach. That was just a quick report from Kayak, so who knows. Sometimes they don't have it all.

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    Senior Member Sunny Beaches's Avatar
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    Yeah, so now it's time to go strait to Cont. and other resources, good luck and have a great trip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunny Beaches View Post
    Last time we went, June 09, we flew 1st class, Phoenix to Houston, Houston to Aruba, $ 1200pp, this year we will fly coach on the airlines.

    That's close to what we paid for our 1st class seats this year.

    Last year when we called the week before - when we were looking at the 5 hour flight to JFK - then a lay over - then another 4.5 hous to Aruba I called & wanted to go first class - they told me $ 6,000.00 per person!! I almost fell off my chair - so when I saw the first classs seats from SFO to Aruba for $ 999.00 per person - I jumped at them!!

    It will still be a long day - but at least we can stretch out a little. I like the idea of just staying the night at the airport. We get a free night each year from our credit card - so maybe I'll just save it for our 3rd trip to Aruba!!

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    Do you get the nice typical international 1st class cabin? Or, since it's not that long of a trip to Aruba, do you usually have the typical domestic style 1st class?

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