Going Back To Get Ahead

Written by Jim Meisenheimer

Have you ever run DOWN an escalator that was going UP? Well, I did atrepparttar Tampa Airport last week. Here's what happened:

Last Wednesday I was scheduled to fly from Tampa through Dallas to Phoenix on American Airlines. I just got back from Chicagorepparttar 144224 day before. It was a very busy week for me.

Usually I fly United Airlines but I just fired them. I'm not a spoiled brat or upper crust in any way. But I do like to treat myself and upgrade to first class once in a Blue Moon.

United Airlines has managed to p_ _ _ off most of their Executive Premier status flyers withrepparttar 144225 introduction of "Ted," andrepparttar 144226 elimination first-class upgrades when flying from Tampa.

Back torepparttar 144227 story. I'm checking in for my American Airlines flight, usingrepparttar 144228 self check-in terminal. As soon as I swipe my credit card they know who I am. The screen shows my itinerary and YIPPEE - my upgrade request for both legs ofrepparttar 144229 flight to Phoenix have been approved.

I got so excited, it's been so long since I sat up inrepparttar 144230 front of an airplane, I grabbedrepparttar 144231 boarding pass and headed forrepparttar 144232 UP escalator.

I'm holding my Driver's License andrepparttar 144233 Dallas boarding pass, when I get this sinking feeling in my gut. I only have one ofrepparttar 144234 boarding passes I need to complete both legs ofrepparttar 144235 trip. YIKES!

I look back and can seerepparttar 144236 computer terminal I just left. There were three people hovering around it - but I could clearly see my second boarding pass still inrepparttar 144237 computer terminal.

I turned around and I'm one third ofrepparttar 144238 way up torepparttar 144239 next level - and no one is behind me. I grabbed my briefcase and carry-on suitcase and started running DOWNrepparttar 144240 UP escalator.

It was actually exhilarating until I reachedrepparttar 144241 bottom and jumped. Fortunately I made it. I went back torepparttar 144242 computer terminal and could see my name onrepparttar 144243 boarding pass so I grabbed it.


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