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Woodrow Matthews, Writer at ViaTravelers

Woodrow is a travel writer who enjoys sharing experiences, tips, and tricks from his vacations. He’s been to 40+ countries, all 50 US states plus Puerto Rico and the USVI, and lived for several years in France, from which he explored many parts of Europe. Woodrow is an expert in travel hacking, finding bargain flights, and coined the term "upgrade engineering" referring to his talent to upgrade simple hotel room bookings into suite stays. Woodrow loves scuba diving, hiking, beaches, and all things aviation.

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Lucky enough to be booking a flight on United Airlines’ domestic first class? You’ll be even more fortunate if that flight is on one of its aircraft equipped with luxurious, lie-flat seats. On select routes around America, spacious, transforming bed seats replace the boring, non-fancy first-class recliners. Here’s my full United Domestic 777-200 first class …

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