• Nice report Chris - whilst the A380 debuted in october 2007, in actual fact the seats themselves debuted on the 5th of December 2006, with 9V-SWA, a 777-300ER and the route was SIN-CDG on SQ334 (as it was numbered then) :)

  • New MAS business class for Sydney

    Feb 18, 2016, 12:43 PM

    There's one other thing a bit unclear as yet. As I posted on Nov 6, this new J27 cabin is shorter than the old J36 cabin, and there are now 2 rows of Y between doors L1 and L2 (the seat map has revealed this to be row 9 and 10). In the old config, there was the one lavatory in front of the J cab...

  • Feb 17, 2016, 01:57 PM

    Strange, seeing as I have a 100% strike rate. I have a feeling you got stung by an I class business class booking. CX I class is indeed eligible. MH I class isn't, hence your statement. So, yes, they ARE in Oneworld, and if you're careful with what sort of tickets you book, you'll have no troubl...

  • Lucky guess I suppose ;) 

  • Good point to note here: Points are usually (not always) worth the most when used in their native programs. 

  • BD. British Midland. Well, ok I lie, it's really British Midland Diamond Club that i miss :) 

  • Yes, there was one. The stairway up to it was near where the money changer is today. Way back then, it was the de facto smoko break zone for airline staff too. How times have changed. And i'm giving away my age! 

  • The kicker is are you absolutely certain you'll get a QF refurbished bird? As it is, of the 10 planes, 6 (QPA/B/C/D/E/I) are refurbished, whereas the remaining 4 aren't. 60% is good odds, but not entirely a dead cert. Depending on when your flight is, there's the off chance of a substitution, an...

  • The answer given by X is correct: In your case, you would pick up your bag in WAW, but exit the hall via "arrivals from outside the EU" lane, as your bag tags won't have the green borders. Your plane mates flying just HEL-WAW will exit via the "arrivals from within the EU" lane as their bag tags...

  • The answer given by X is correct: In your case, you would pick up your bag in WAW, but exit the hall via "arrivals from outside the EU" lane, as your bag tags won't have the green borders. Your plane mates flying just HEL-WAW will exit via the "arrivals from within the EU" lane as their bag tags...