May 08, 2017, 05:30 PM
I think you could have probably flown on one of its narrow-body aircraft which it uses for the SIN leg. That product is more akin to QF domestic.On UL's new A330-300s, it has the same J class seat as CX and seats in a 1-2-1 layout with all aisle access.I think the article has a small mistake call...
May 08, 2017, 05:25 PM
The EK seats were on UL's older A340s. These are no longer in use by UL. IMHO, its current J product is much better than EK, although a lot understated. EK still fits 2-3-2 in its J cabin without even a full flat bed, on the 777s. UL is 1-2-1 and fully flat.
May 08, 2017, 03:11 PM
@akronflyer What you have flown is actually their narrow-body product, which is akin to QF's domestic 737s. I guess the flight which runs to MEL will operate with one of their new A330-300s, that have all-aisle access on J.There seems to be a minor mistake in the article which refers to UL J prod...
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