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July 24, 2011


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That's a little worrisome that you have been asked only once. They should be asking every time.

I've flown in the exit row about 30 times in the last year, and every single time I am asked the same questions, at check in, boarding, and seating.

Most likely, you were chosen for the exit row because most major airlines leave those seats open for elite customers as late as possible, and late ticket purchasers are thus sometimes placed in those seats (since they are held open until the very last minute). Not to say that you were not deserving of this patriotic duty, of course. . .

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