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Member since 02 Feb 2016
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I would bring your own, you can plug in to the same port.
I find its easy to knock out the headphones when using the magnetic adaptor and if you are trying to sleep with a flat bed it's a pain to get them back in again.
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Solution: don’t fly Etihad. I suppose it’s too late for you now but trust me, they are to be avoided. Have had and have heard many bad experiences with them. Emirates is superior.
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Qatar even more superior ;)
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