Airline reveals feng shui of flying

Master reveals best seats of the plane to fly in

If you’re interested where your “lucky destination” or “lucky seat” on the plane may be, why not seek out the advice of a feng shui master? That’s what the Australia-based low-cost carrier Jetstar has done. In the spirit of the Lunar New Year season, the airline has launched a consumer website giving advice on the best seats, travel times and destinations based on the ancient art of feng shui.
At, passengers can input their date of birth, gender and what they are looking for this New Year – love, friendship, career, wealth or health – and receive personalised results. The results show your “lucky destination” and “lucky seats” for this year.
After an analysis of Jetstar’s Airbus A320 aircraft, feng shui master David Tong reached conclusions on the plane’s energy flow. For a prosperous year, he advises that men travelling for good health should seat themselves in rows 9, 19 or 29. Women looking for wealth should pick rows 1, 11 or 21. Lonely hearts who want new friends should seek out rows 3, 4, 13, 14, 23 or 24. Tong added that the best time for travelling is between 05.00 and 07.00, followed by 19.00 to 21.00.
TTG Asia
[pictured: A feng shui spiral in Chinatown, Los Angeles; photo courtesy Arnold C]


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