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Lufthansa business class ID90

Old 9th Jun 2021, 15:08
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Lufthansa business class ID90

Is it acceptable to wear jeans?
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Old 9th Jun 2021, 16:00
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Personally, I would say no, out of respect. When on id90 I always wore decent trousers with jacket and tie, admittedly in the 80's and 90's. Decent dress will mostly get you on a flight, if possible and also maybe in First. But then times have changed.
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Old 9th Jun 2021, 16:20
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If it's long haul and you're well dressed you will stick out like a sore thumb As Zed3 mentions, it was once the case that there was a fairly strict dress code for ID pax, especially in Business or First. It was easy to pick out who were the ID pax and who were the fare paying pax! I know that in latter years things were relaxed up to a point and I believe jeans are accepted as long as they are not scruffy or ripped etc. I think that jacket and tie is no longer a requirement but t-shirts are not accepted. I'm no longer acquainted with LH dress code. Why not contact their staff travel office and ask them.
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Old 9th Jun 2021, 16:24
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Smart casual will work very well. Ties are almost unheard of these days. I still would prefer chinos over jeans.
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Old 9th Jun 2021, 23:18
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If it's long haul and you're well dressed you will stick out like a sore thumb As Zed3 mentions, it was once the case that there was a fairly strict dress code for ID pax, especially in Business or First. It was easy to pick out who were the ID pax and who were the fare paying pax! I know that in latter years things were relaxed up to a point and I believe jeans are accepted as long as they are not scruffy or ripped etc. I think that jacket and tie is no longer a requirement but t-shirts are not accepted. I'm no longer acquainted with LH dress code. Why not contact their staff travel office and ask them.
There is a staff travel office to contact?
Obviously, jacket, dress shirt, cool shoes, and stylish, neat jeans are on the agenda lol....
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Old 10th Jun 2021, 13:05
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Ah, I see you're in the USA. Then contact LH at your intended airport of departure and ask them (to be sure).
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