I have had to change my clothes to ride in F-Class

In a recent lawsuit against US Airways, two PASS TRAVELERS were asked to change their attire in order to ride in the front cabin of the aircraft. This is a very common practice as all pass travelers must meet certain dress codes in order to fly in a preferred cabin of a flight. Now US Airways is being sued for enforcing this well-known policy. Please log your experiences where you were asked to change your attire in order to ride in the front cabin.  Please include your age, race, and gender.



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    Jonathan Wilcox CMH, United States

    2 years ago Comments: There has been a dress code requirement for the nearly 30 years of my employment with US Airways. We as employees are responsible for making this crystal clear when we give out buddy passes. This employee should be terminated.
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    Ryan Conly, United States

    2 years ago Comments: I was a pass traveler flying from PDX to PHX one time, I had splashed some soda on my shirt by accident and was asked to change my shirt in order to fly in the front cabin. I did so - as it is company policy. White male age 39

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