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I like your suggestion to set the seat as you feel most comfortable. That’s how I get past the Himalayan A380 business seat. Lift the rear an inch or two and voila, a level sleeping surface.
Jun 14, 2018, 02.10 PM / Flight Diary: Qantas QF10 Boeing 787 business class, London-Perth
They'll keep using them on routes that need the seats and into ports that have limited slots or gates. Personally if I have the choice I'd take a 380 over a 787 every time.
Jun 05, 2018, 02.25 AM / Qantas looks to order ultra-long range Airbus or Boeing jets in 2019
Irrelevant for outbound connections through LAX. Once you're airside you bypass TSA there. Incoming is soooo much better now than it used to be as well. Maybe the morning peak can catch people out but generally I get through on a paper visa (so no machines) in 30-45 minutes now, seat to curb. ...
Jun 05, 2018, 02.21 AM / Qantas looks to order ultra-long range Airbus or Boeing jets in 2019
True re. connections in LA vs. Sydney. Even though LAX is an AA hub you can't beat the shear volume of options between MEL / SYD / BNE.
Jun 05, 2018, 02.16 AM / Qantas looks to order ultra-long range Airbus or Boeing jets in 2019
So if they fly direct from the east coast of Oz to New York what does that do to flights to LA? Do they duplicate, as in fly from Sydney / Melbourne / Brisbane to both LA and to New York? Or just Sydney to LA? Just that Joyce’s comment that they already fly LA to NY seems irrelevant as ...
Jun 04, 2018, 02.35 AM / Qantas looks to order ultra-long range Airbus or Boeing jets in 2019
Originally Posted by daniesut I admit I have done it on SQ flights...as long as you are more a listener than talking you should be OK as one of the previous posts mention - key is to try and use a satellite friendly method to connect, Skype for Business is not too good, or Arkadin, webex, etc - ...
Jun 21, 2018, 11.00 PM / In air conference call
Flying in to LA on Friday we were asked to put them into the fully upright position for landing.
May 28, 2018, 04.39 PM / Dreamliner Business Class Takeoff recline
Originally Posted by John Phelan Originally Posted by aggie57 That’s correct, no access for 1st class ticket without status Actually, the primary factor is club membership. Status effectively grants you club membership. The vast majority of people you see in the AA lounges are paid club ...
May 23, 2018, 04.48 PM / US Domestic Lounge Access
That’s correct, no access for 1st class ticket without status
May 19, 2018, 04.45 PM / US Domestic Lounge Access
Originally Posted by Joe Can't ever recall any such fit out teething issues with A380? Well, if you’ve used the 1st class bathroom on the Emirates 380 (the one with the shower) you may notice the doors dont always close properly. Seen that more than once.
May 11, 2018, 05.59 PM / VH-ZNB Boeing 787-9