Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 12 Nov 2017
Total posts 42
Me too, the latest iteration of their jarmies are very good.
Member since 09 Jul 2016
Total posts 19
my last couple of J flights, I changed into my SQ PJs as soon as I boarded (while Y people were still boarding).. as soon as the seat belt sign was off, it was time to fold the seat and fall asleep for nearly the entire trip home.
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 17 Mar 2016
Total posts 17
American Airlines - AAdvantage
Member since 15 Feb 2013
Total posts 18
I've seen people sleep in every imaginable attire over the years. Recently I even saw someone strip down to nothing but a pair of boxers in a Qsuite. There is only one thing I would politely suggest and that is for guys to wear briefs under what they are wearing whether it's pyjamas, footy shorts or whatever.
Member since 02 Feb 2015
Total posts 22
no,no,no,no wrong advice totally....... OMG !!!!
Member since 16 Feb 2017
Total posts 4
When we say people are sleeping in undies what are we talking here - Boxer shorts or briefs/boxer briefs? I wouldn't have thought people would do the latter but perhaps I've been oblivious and have been missing out on a cooler, comfortable sleep.
Member since 27 Jul 2017
Total posts 21
The other day I was in J on a QF 737. There was the regular parade of economy passengers coming forward to use the J toilet. One of them, however, was a young lady who was barefoot. The flight attendant in the galley approached her and I could tell that she was politely suggesting that shoes be fitted before entering the toilet. Said lady just shrugged and went in regardless. Yuck!
Member since 30 Dec 2018
Total posts 1
PJs were provided on my last long-haul with Virgin (BNE-LAX) in Business.
Emirates Airlines - Skywards
Member since 30 Nov 2015
Total posts 419
Some people just have no standards.
Member since 11 Dec 2016
Total posts 79
I've never changed from my standard travel clothes of jeans (not a tight pair or ones with thicker denim, which wouldn't be good, but a normal worn in pair) and tshirt in all the travelling done. Find a good pair of jeans to be quite warm and suitable on overnight long distance flights which can get cold.
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