Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 29 May 2013
Total posts 46
Hello AUSBT Community,I've read that UA offers PJs on SYD-IAH services, but cannot confirm whether or not these are routinely given out on SYD-LAX and SYD-SFO services as part of the amenity package?Flying to SFO tomorrow and am keen to know if I should pack my own.Thanks for your help!
Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 15 Nov 2017
Total posts 143
I was upgraded SYD LAX when I did the status match challenge to premier platinum. I don't remember being offered PJs, then again I wouldnt be surprised if you have to ask.
Member since 28 Aug 2015
Total posts 6
Just ask and you will get them - they are very comfortable!
Member since 19 Jun 2017
Total posts 62
with United, a lot of things are upon request.
.... And an eyeroll
Air New Zealand - Airpoints
Member since 08 Aug 2014
Total posts 3
Off-topic sort of... I LOVE my Qatar Airways jammies gvien to me in two Business Class sectors form AKL-DOH-CDG. They are White Company brand and fit really well (XXL size) I don't wear jammies while on planes but they are great for loungewear at home. Lovely soft jersey cotton-type fabric, well designed and extremely comfy. Ahhhh...
Member since 01 Mar 2013
Total posts 30
(Re Qatar), Really. They're that good? Are they doing this ex SYD?
Member since 01 Apr 2011
Total posts 9
Have to agree. I flew Tegel to Doha a few weeks ago, and even though only a five hour flight we got pjamas. Very comfortable. Stupidly, I packed them in my checkin bag in Singapore, forgetting that I would need them on the SIA flight to Melbourne. Does anyone know why SIA doesn't have PJ's?
Member since 16 May 2016
Total posts 18
Yes, UA list the 'upon request' items in the menu. I think because at boarding, the seat is already quite 'busy' with the other bedding/amenities, and as the flights depart SYD/MEL in the morning people don't usually want them immediately. Big fan of the gel pillow.
United Airlines - Mileage Plus
Member since 21 May 2018
You can take the PJ's with you as well, I use them at home a lot more than I thought I would.
Member since 11 Feb 2018
Have to say, not a fan of the United pajamas. Not particularly attractive. Very baggy for a slim person. But more to the point, far too warm, when you already have a blanket over you. Have to bring my own, thinner garments in order to be able to sleep.
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