Travel This traveller is giving away his business and first class seats for a year

15:40  17 july  2017
15:40  17 july  2017 Source:   City AM

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  This traveller is giving away his business and first class seats for a year © Provided by CityAM Always on the lookout for a First Class upgrade but never quite manage to wrangle one? Well, here’s your opportunity.

For the founder of travel blog God Save The Points is offering to give up all of his business or first class seats for a year – providing you spot him at the airport.

Taking a leaf out of Virgin founder Richard Branson’s book and penchant for an unusual stunt to drum up interest, Gilbert Ott has said he hopes the offer will bring in more readers, though admits some hesitancy at the prospect of giving up his ticket “on one of the countless 10+ hour flights I have upcoming.”

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Australian Business Traveller understands that the seats convert into a fully flat bed measuring from 6' 1 " (185cm) to 6'4" Concept designs for new Singapore Airlines first , business class . I travelled on BA A380 in business class from Hong Kong to London and London to Singapore earlier this year .

He travels about 400,000 miles a year , primarily using miles and points to fund his first class experiences. Business class seats without direct-aisle access this day in age are not competitive — I don’t care how much gold accent and wood veneer you throw on it.

“With the volume I travel, there will be plenty of regular opportunity to quite literally “upgrade” yourself at my expense,” he added.

Ott will be jetsetting around the globe to Europe, the US and Asia over the next 12 months.

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