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Old January 8th, 2010, 11:36 PM   #1
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Thinking about doing a red eye flight to vegas, but can't find it. I tried searching google for red eye flight to vegas, and couldn't find anything.
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Old January 8th, 2010, 11:43 PM   #2
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dosnt that just mean a flight in the middle of the night or super early?

"A red-eye flight is any flight operated by an airline departing late at night. The term red-eye derives from the fatigue symptom of having red eyes, which can be caused or aggravated by overnight travel.
A red-eye flight typically moves from west to east during the overnight hours. It departs late at night, lasts only about three to five hours, an insufficient period to get fully rested inflight, and due to rapid forward time zone changes the aircraft lands around dawn. As a result, many travellers are unable to get sufficiently rested before a new day of activity. From a marketing standpoint, the flights allow business travellers an opportunity to migrate eastward without having an impact on a full business day."
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I thought it was when you leave really early, party all day/night, then get back on a flight the next morning, but I'm probably wrong.
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I thought it was when you leave really early, party all day/night, then get back on a flight the next morning, but I'm probably wrong.
You're wrong.
But I like it.
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You're wrong.
But I like it.
Damn, seemed like such a good idea
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