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  • I think it was on the A350 with Cathay where a fantastic burger and chips was offered as a snack. Not exactly dine on demand but perfect when waking up hungry mid-flight having already dined in the lounge. What they need are personal, adjustable air vents for each seat. Between the Bose and eye s...

    Mar 22, 2019, 01.01 AM / Comfort at the core of Cathay Pacific's next business class brush-up

  • There’s the Humidiflyer, made by an Aussie company. I never fly without it now.

    Feb 26, 2019, 06.26 PM / What do you want from Qantas' Project Sunrise first, business class?

  • Yes that’s precisely it. December 2017 when they had the A380s on the route without selling first.

    Feb 11, 2019, 07.12 PM / The best ways to fly to Europe using Qantas Points

  • The RTW is wonderful, as I’m sure many can attest to. Flew LHR-HKG-XIY-HKG-BNE-SYD-NRT-JFK-LHR all fitting around existing work/holiday plans. Got to try out Cathay J for the first time; the Qantas A380 in the first suites for the price of Business, the JAL business suites (favourite seats...

    Feb 11, 2019, 02.31 PM / The best ways to fly to Europe using Qantas Points

  • I had held out on trying Emirates a380 business for years until last month and really enjoyed it. 23A in the front frow of the rear cabin felt very private, I could store everything in the substantial side bins near the window, and got some good, uninterrupted sleep. Surprisingly, I thought the b...

    Dec 10, 2018, 08.56 PM / Emirates Airbus A380 business class (Dubai-Singapore)

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  • Just flew Asiana LHR-ICN-SYD and was happy. Good seats (pretty standard for business class these days), direct aisle access and really impeccable service. Asiana lounges in ICN are nothing special but would happily fly them again (and indeed, will do, on the return leg.)

    Mar 13, 2019, 10.04 PM / The best ways to fly Brisbane to Seoul, South Korea

  • Originally Posted by jch Krisflyer you would have the advantage of being able to use the Virgin lounges if flying domestically within Australia.Asiana you have a longer qualification period (2y vs 1y) and miles (40k vs 50k) for Star Alliance Gold. Very true re Virgin but took advantage of the d...

    Feb 01, 2019, 09.16 AM / Krisflyer or Asiana Club: what would you choose?

  • Hi all,I’m diversifying a bit this year and did a big spreadsheet of my Star Alliance flights. I’ll earn Star Alliance Gold with both Krisflyer and Asiana by June and can’t decide where to credit. Any ideas? I’m based in London with quite a lot of travel to China and a...

    Feb 01, 2019, 12.28 AM / Krisflyer or Asiana Club: what would you choose?

  • Being London based and working quite a few weeks in Xi’an each year, the new LHR-XIY is super convenient. Both trips I’ve taken with them have been on the old A330 with 2-2-2 seating but the service is great, even over the top (stowing my hand luggage in the overhead lockers, trying...

    Jan 19, 2019, 08.14 AM / Re - Tianjin Airlines **update**

  • CX F lounge is the all around best; quiet, great shower suites, a couple of different champagnes (which Qantas doesn’t make available for Platinums). Also the ala carte menu can be very good. Still, I like to perch myself at the Qantas gin bar for a couple of drinks before the CX lounge. T...

    Dec 04, 2018, 04.26 PM / Which lounges can Qantas Platinum use at London Heathrow?

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