How do you like your cabin temp. set at ?

Discussion in 'Air Canada | Aeroplan' started by flying-gal, Feb 13, 2011.

  1. Rejuvenated
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    Another reason for my like on colder cabins is because there is nothing more uncomfortable than a hot cabin inside where it is already being deprived of fresh air. Stuff, hot, unfresh.......man......that is one whamo combo.
     
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    Cold, which rarely seems to happen.

    I've also heard the story about the pilots turning the thermostat up to knock people out.
     
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    Sigh - please do not have a hissy fit ;) Not back on topic- are you hot or cold in the cabin? ;)
     
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    You are pulling my paw!!
     
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    I'm always HOT [​IMG] .... as she walks back to her pod with a wiggle and purrrrrr.
     
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    For some strange reason I want to belt out a chorus of Steam Heat ... sssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
     
  7. flying-gal
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    Well keeping away the cold is never my problem.
    I would like the cabins much cooler.

    Nice You Tube link though
     
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    For me the colder the better. Maybe not as cold as wherever they store the rock hard butter on flights though.
     
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    Makes sense, Hacker-Pschorr just doesn't taste right warm! :D

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    The windows in my home are open, and the heat is switched off at the end of February. Does that give you some idea?? [​IMG]
     
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    Welcome to MP! Good to see you here.
     
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    Welcome to MilePoint! Always good to have another cool cat here. ;)
     
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    Welcome here. Gave you a like as my welcome!
     
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    Like it cold as well, nothing worse than a hot cabin.....
     
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    I'm assuming ( perhaps wrongly ) that with your avatar name that you are a Service Director with AC.. ????
    If so, perhaps you can give us an inside view on this topic. Why are the cabin's kept so warm?

    Welcome to the site, ACYYZ/SD.
    I'm hoping that you are a SD, it is always great to get another point of view on things.
     
  16. neil
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    Gotta go cool over hot.
    I'd rather put on a couple of extra layers than feel like I'm suffocating.
     
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    I avoid generalizations, but this is clearly a gender issue. Male passengers are always too warm, female passengers are always too cold. Flew on the "notorious" warm aircraft - the A330. Kept the temp at a reasonable 20-21c. Must have received 25 requests to adjust the temperature based on the above. It's a no-win situation. 265 individuals have 265 thermostats. If I had my way - it would be 17c. I'm overly hot. [​IMG]
     
  18. flying-gal
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    Thanks for the reply...
    Well I am a FEMALE ( trust me on that... :) ) and I would be MUCH happier with the cabin at 17 as well. I'd especially like it cooler on overnight flights so I could sleep.
     
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    Given the size of your luggage - had you for a female right from the start! ;)
     
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    [​IMG] Are you being catty again?
     
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    I prefer cool. I'm always too warm on flights. The duvet is for sleeping on top of...
     
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    [​IMG] We'll take your word on that
     
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    I flew the A330 yesterday (NRT-YVR), first time in a long time. The temperature was actually pretty reasonable, not too hot. Is there a standard setting the cabin crews are supposed to use?

    And on an unrelated topic, why are there no overheads above G seats in the front section of the J cabin, but there are in the rear section? Is the front section actually narrower?
     
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    Speaking of duvets. I saw on the BBC news last night that somebody who flew on BA/business class was badly bitten by bed bugs. The news showed the persons feet and legs and they were really bad. YUCK:(

    Makes you wonder how clean those duvets and pillows really are. :eek:
     
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    We usually use our own blankets. But I wonder if the seats are clean enough. Maybe we should bring our own sheets to make our beds.[​IMG]
     
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