Houston-Cincinnati Flight Lacks First Class Section—Am I Going Nowhere?
The Houston-Cincinnati flight that I take twice a year has no first class section. Does this mean the airline views all passengers on this flight as second class? Am I a low rent person who should be denied even the chance for an upgrade?
(Above is a first class suite on an Emirates Airline Boeing 777-200LR. Looks nice.)
The easiest explanation for the absence of a first class is that the jet that flies between Houston and Cincinnati has something like 55 seats, and is not large enough for a first class section. This brings up other questions. Am I going places in life others avoid? Am I headed nowhere?
It could be that for a plane flying over our so-called “heartland”, it would seen as out of character to make a class distinction between passengers. As we fly along and over the Mississippi River and the Ohio River, we are all just so many Huck Finns (Below–Huck Finn) on a lazy raft up and down the river.
Most likely though, the view is that only a lower class of citizens would be flying to these places and my status as a semi-regular on this flight helps confirms this fact.
Lacking an incentive to better myself, since no first class is even available, I seem certain to have no better fate in life but to be a blogger for all the rest of my days.
As I sit on the Houston-Cincinnati flight later this week, I’ll reflect on what has gone wrong. If only I had booked a ticket to a first class destination, everything in my life would be different.
(On my way to Cincinnati I’ll be flying over the Louisville, KY home of the fine blogger who writes Ohio River, Left Bank, MP 606.)
(Here is my review of my last Houston-Cincinnati flight. It was quite an adeventure.)
(The Houston-Cincinnati flight will be aboard an Embraer ERJ 145 such as seen below.)