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First class is really good.
A man traveling from North Carolina to Georgia found that he was too tall to fit in a plane when he boarded the flight. Although this meant that he could not take his originally booked flight, it ended up being really good news.
According to the Southwest News Service (SWNS), Beau Brown, who is 7 feet, 1 inch tall, had to change flights to a different plane. During the flight, the airline took the previous plane to first class to apologize for being too small.
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“Travel has always been a huge struggle for me and flying can be very painful,” Brown told SWNS. “When I got on the plane, I booked an exit queue seat, which is usually enough space for me, but on this occasion, I was still too tall to fit. My knees touched the seats in front of me, and I sat up or couldn’t get up. “
When he told the flight attendants, they said they were “really fond of him.” After being told that he would have to change flights, he was also told that he would be taken to first class.
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He continued, “The flight was only 40 minutes long, but it was much more comfortable than 40 minutes which was a simple ordeal. When I flew to Los Angeles last year, it took me up. Couldn’t grade, and my knees had to be out. All the time in the corridor. My legs were hitting the stewardesses and their cars and people were complaining about me knocking on their seats – it was chaos. . “
Brown explained that traveling can be frustrating, but it doesn’t matter how long it takes. He says his whole family is tall and they support him a lot. However, he still faces some struggles.
“Before I could afford my place, renting was a nightmare because I was always scattered because of the low ceilings,” he said. “Now my condo has a special 12-foot roof and lots of space inside so I can relax completely in a comfortable home environment.”