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A FLIGHT attendant has revealed how to get a first class upgrade for free – and it’s all down to your choice of seat.
The airline worker took to social media to let customers in on a secret hack that could make their trip more enjoyable.
The woman filmed the short clip on TikTok @cierra_mist and revealed her two top tips.
She said: “Here’s how to get first class for free on your next flight.
“Number one, sit in the very last row.
“You might think that is very weird but let me tell you why.
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“On flights that are not full, we have to move passengers for weight and balance issues and when we do that it’s normally from back to the front.
“If that is the case, flight attendants are going to choose the people at the very back because then they can sit down after their service.
“And it is a lot more comfy to sit in those seats then the jump seat.”
The attendant also encouraged jet-setters that weren’t pressed for time to opt for another flight if the airline made the request.
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She said: “Number two, if it is a full flight – listen out for gate agents making announcements that the flight is overbooked and that they need volunteers to be rebooked.
“When the agent is rebooking you for the next flight, make sure they are putting you in first class to compensate for the time you are losing because you got kicked off your flight.
“This works more than 99 per cent of the time.”
The video has more than 176,000 views.
A passenger has also let fans in on a flight tip that allowed her to carry extra luggage for free.