“Young Elite” Treatment in Business Class?

As all of you have probably ascertained by now, I flew Korean Air’s 777-200ER business class roundtrip to Vancouver and back through Seoul.

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Korean Air Boeing 777-200ER Business Class

While I enjoyed the return as well (I managed to bunk out for over six hours, given how tired I was), I could feel the service wasn’t nearly as good as the outbound, or any of the other flights, in my opinion.

And I knew that going in. I was walking through Vancouver Airport, thinking: Tthey can’t be that good. They can’t nail it every single time (remember, I’d been on four consecutive amazing flights on Korean). They have to screw up at least once.

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Korean Air Boeing 777-200ER Business Class

And the service was still good. But there was just something I noticed. For example, after the safety video, the purser came in, and introduced herself to everyone. However, to me, she merely just said “have a nice flight”.

When we got into the air, everyone’s steak was asked to their requested temperature. However, temperature wasn’t even mentioned when it came to my sister’s steak. I waited to see if it would let slide, deciding that telling them after the meal was served would be a low blow that would have them remember (there were a few empty seats, so I assumed there’d be a few more meals loaded). The steak was cooked perfectly (I regretted I didn’t order it, as I had a bit and it was the best meal I’d ever tasted on a plane), so I let it slide.

Meanwhile, my dad asked for it medium rare.

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The rest of the flight was fine, mainly because I took my computer out and worked. Anyone who doesn’t relax on a flight probably will be taken slightly more seriously. 😉

And I didn’t pay for the flight, so I’m not complaining.

Has anyone ever experienced the “young elite” treatment in business class?

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