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Very zen first class, ANA.

[ANA First Class] "The seat was wonderful... with pajamas, cardigan, slippers and an array of amenities." -Michael B, ANA First Class, Tokyo Narita NRT-San Francisco SFO, on Routehappy.
Michael B goes some awesome places — check out the rest of his reviews or pick up more expert tips if you’re flying ANA.

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Posted in ANA, Flyer tips, Postcards, San Francisco, Seats, Tokyo

Now you don’t have to do the Downward Dog in the terminal.

Yoga Room, San Francisco Airport - SFO. "By the time I left the airport, I felt as zena s a redwood tree in Muir Woods." -Brian L, at San Francisco Airport, on Routehappy
Check out more expert reviews from Brian L, get insider tips for the rest of San Francisco Airport, or find a happier flight right now.

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Fly better out of SFO: pick Terminal 2

SFO: San Francisco International Airport. "Virgin America is in the new SFO terminal 2 (along with American Airlines), which is a dream. It's worth flying VX and AA just to enjoy T2 and especially to avoid the United dungeon in T3." -Scott H on Routehappy
Keep on reading — more fantastic tips from Scott H, more about Virgin America or more on SFO Airport. Take your pick!

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Posted in Airports, American, Flyer tips, Genius tips, San Francisco, Virgin America
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