Airline pyjamas/'sleep suits'

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Merc25

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 29 Jun 2013

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Bob Carr recently bought this subject up. So my question is which airline's provide sleep suits,and which is the best .i personally like Virgin Atlantic's black sleep suit .what's your thoughts!!

Poisson

QFF

Member since 06 Nov 2012

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Qatar do a very nice pyjama in grey with burgundy trim. I have several pairs which are my preferred winter bed-wear.

Merc25

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 29 Jun 2013

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Poisson I agree ,I find airline pyjama's better than the ones I can buy in the shops,must be a market there somewhere!! 

Doubleplatinum Banned

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Member since 07 Feb 2013

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Think ur looking in the wrong places buddy!

trevor

Member since 22 Jun 2013

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It's hugely ironic that a Labor politician would lambast having to fly Business and not First, as well as lament the lack of offering of pyjamas! Highly amusing!

TheRealBabushka

Member since 21 Apr 2012

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Heard of the term Bolly Bolshevik?

woganfan

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Member since 13 Sep 2011

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Champagne socialist is another term I like

spinoza

Member since 01 Feb 2012

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i guess when people dont need to stay for any more elections they are more honest. anyone can enjoy the finer things in life! tbh i also find it a bit ridiculous our foreign minister flies business rather than first given the relative cost differences between F and J. 

521303

Member since 03 Jan 2012

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I've had lots of pairs of Qantas from both Businss and First class.  I'm a pretty big blok - 6' 3" and about 40" round the middle. They make them too small and they shrink considerably when washed the first time. So you really only get one wear out of them.  The Qatar ones are very large - and remain large after washing.  These are much better.

trevor

Member since 22 Jun 2013

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TRB, haha absolutely. Interchangeable with Champagne Socialism no? ;)

A relative of mine once sat next to someone on a Qantas flight who claimed to know the person whose company gets the tender to deal with Qantas pyjamas. Apparently those that are left onboard are washed and reused (can't confirm/verify the truthfulness of this claim). They are unable to be given away to charity due to having the Qantas logo on them, which would render it as marketing/advertising

180mis

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Member since 20 Mar 2012

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Cathay First class pj's (old Shanghai Tang style) are my personal favourite. Merc25, the VA pj's get recycled as I once was given a pair "out of the packet" that has a used tissue (washed) in it. Yuk!

I was disappointed with Etihad First pj's - nothing special and expected more from them as their suite was nice. Likewise Singapore Airlines Suites Class pj's were also pretty underwhelming. Even the quality of the materials was a bit meh.

undertheradar Banned

Member since 28 Oct 2011

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slighty 'topic related'...which airlines' offer PJs in J/C??  (i'm referring to true J/C..not  'hybrids' like 'BusinessFiirst' or 'BusinessPremier' etc

eminere

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Member since 25 Sep 2013

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I understand QF offers pyjamas in J on overnight flights.

Koru17

Air New Zealand - Airpoints

Member since 04 Sep 2012

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Um I'm pretty sure SQ in their Suites have Givenchy pj's (not that I've actually flown in suites lol). So I'd say thats up there!

eminere

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Member since 25 Sep 2013

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They may be Givenchy branded but the make isn't all that fantastic.  Certainly not what I'd expect Givenchy to sell in their boutiques.

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