Member since 12 Apr 2013
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Anyone recently flown CX105 - it departures from HKG to MEL just after midnight? Question is - how "heavy" they feed business passengers? I think that I may be far better to eat in lounge and skip meal on board altogether and have more rest - is this would be correct? Thanks.
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Member since 08 Jun 2014
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Quite right, the food in the lounge, particularly the F lounge but also J, is good, fresh and much better than in the air.
Perhaps a digestif on the plane before a good snooze.
If you prefer to dine on board the food is good but you wont see it before 01:30 am!
Member since 24 Apr 2012
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Took this flight a few months ago - there's a reasonable dinner and then breakfast offering if you choose to dine, although being an overnight flight, I instead opted to eat dinner in the new Pier First lounge and head straight to sleep after take-off, with the crew waking me about 10 minutes before the seat belt sign came on for landing with a latte and a warmed croissant to start the day after about 8hrs of sleep.Had a connecting flight afterwards so ate a more substantial breakfast/lunch in the Qantas lounge after arriving in Melbourne.
Member since 24 Oct 2010
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Serg: you're bang on the money with the idea to eat dinner in the lounge and sleep on the flight.
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