Those elite people who board an aircraft first, and subsequently get to wait on a stationary aircraft longer than normal people are finally to be rewarded within society.
From January, priority boarders will be allowed to go down to dinner early in their own homes, and wait for their meal. Additionally, if a priority boarder is tired, then they will be allowed to go to bed earlier than normal people.
Peter Thape is Chairman of the National Elitist Society, and he is pleased that extra special people are being recognised, but still has some concerns about the airport.
‘I would be happier if the queue for priority boarding was a little further away from those stood waiting for economy boarding,’ said Thape.
‘I don’t need to see their impoverished faces as I’m boarding. Perhaps they could load the economy classes underneath, with the food.’ Thape added.