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Wealth Gap-Luxury in the Skies
This combination of Associated Press file photos show, on the left, a first class interior section of a United Airlines 747 plane at San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco in 2011, and on the right, the coach interior section of a JetBlue E190 plane at Seatac International Airport in Seattle, in 2008. Henry Harteveldt, an airline analyst with Hudson Crossing says “First class has become a way for a traveler to have an almost private jet-like experience.” (AP Photo/File)