Trip Report – Czech Airlines Prague – Nice A319

This is part four of a twelve part trip report from my travels to Prague, Nice, Bratislava, Sorrento, and Rome. This picture trip report includes my economy class flight on CSA Czech Airlines from Prague (PRG) to Nice

Passbook compatible CSA…

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SkyPriority is extremely useful early evening on a Friday in Prague. The regular security line was 20+ minutes, while SkyPriority Fast Track had less than two people in front of me.

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SkyPriority boarding as well with separate lanes…

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Boarding the A319…

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Seat 7A was the bulkhead, but the attached curtain made it a poor seat selection. It was a seat that was supposed to have a tad bit more legroom, but the curtain separating us from first class literally draped our knees.

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The view right in front of me…

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The rest of the cabin…

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The short 1 hour and 55 minute flight (about 1 1/2 in the air) had a drink and snack service. Trays were attached for those seated in the bulkhead by the flight attendant. Drink selections were standard, though everyone seemed to order one of there drinks – Budweiser Budvar (the original), wine, or coke, all complimentary. I went with two sparkling waters…

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Some nice landing shots…

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Total SkyMiles awarded by Delta…zero for my discounted flight priced at $210 roundtrip.

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Now, one of the coolest parts of this flight is that I was seated next to a Senior VP, Credit Approval & Risk, at one of the largest US card issuers. He turned out to be a huge mileage junkie and we got to talking about our favorite flights, cabins, destinations, hotels, redemptions, etc., everything but credit cards. As nice as he was, I could not pass up the opportunity to ask him some direct questions about one of our favorite mileage earning activities – credit cards. You can check out the previously posted three part series here – part 1part 2, and part 3.

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