Sep 22, 2022, 11:18 PM
Great review, and nice to see AirNZ kicking the food and beverage offering up a notch. But there's absolutely no way that $120 Felton Rd Block 3 pinot noir is going to be a routinely available wine on this route. Highly unlikely that the regular, $65 Felton Rd Bannockburn (also a fantastic drop) ...
Jul 20, 2022, 05:34 PM
So if, as this article claims, there's a "Premium Lounge menu of bespoke cocktails and snacks", does that mean you can get service here? How? Is there a call button? Or do you just have to hope that a flight attendant wanders by?
Jul 16, 2020, 01:58 AM
Interesting article! Does anyone know what the approximate pitch and recline of those early Qantas and and PanAm business/clipper class seats was? Given regular economy class pitch was still pretty generous then, you'd assume pitch for business class was comparable to the more spacious Premium Ec...
Feb 14, 2020, 12:33 AM
So for SYD-YVR-EWR flyers, presumably this lounge would only be accessible prior to the YVR-SYD flight, not the YVR-EWR leg?
Nov 16, 2019, 04:13 PM
Your advice about the odd-numbered window seats being the 'true' window seats (as opposed to the ones closer to the aisle) is not entirely true. I know this because I followed your advice and booked 3A on the 781 TPE-HKG, and to my surprise discovered that I was in an 'aisle window' seat. However...
Jul 19, 2020, 02:15 PM
I've been Diamond on Asiana for about 7 years. The #1 advantage of the program is the ease of attaining and maintaining Star Gold - the modest requirement and 2 year window make it super easy. If you like to be able to fly other airlines/alliances or use your miles when it suits you, it's great n...
Jul 20, 2018, 12:28 PM
Originally Posted by moa999 Checkin generally 3hrs before. I think that is WAY excessive, unless you particularly like getting to the airport early and/or get anxious. Checking in 2 hours prior for international when in business class is plenty of time in my experience. I also check in online wh...
Jul 20, 2018, 10:29 AM
Theoretically you can use the EK lounge in SYD, which definitely has some advantages over the QF lounge: the wine and spirits are better (including actual champagne); the food spread is usually pretty impressive (though I don't know how good it is late in the evening prior to MH140, as the lounge...