Video: TPG flies American Airlines’ Flagship First to São Paulo
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We’re miles away from that Avianca experience we endured two weeks ago.
No, in this episode we’ve jetted ahead. Brian flies in Flagship First on an American Airlines 777-300 from Miami to Sao Paulo and gets to check out the luxurious Flagship dining lounge for the first time ever. And after trying some excellent food, sipping on some Veuve, and resting on a Casper mattress pad on a lie-flat seat — the results are in: Flagship is the way to go.
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Like what you see? Well, good news — we upload new “Being The Points Guy” vlogs every Tuesday and Thursday. If you missed last week’s episode, Brian reviewed his top five foods to try in Colombia before jetting home to New York.
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