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Flight review: British Airways Boeing 787-9 Economy Class AUS-LHR

Having moved to Austin recently and needing to travel to Ireland, it became apparent that heading to LHR on the British Airways 787 Dreamliner was a distinct possibility. Indeed, it turned out to be the most feasible and an opportunity for me to review…
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While ANA typically flies their 787s to/from Seattle, in busier months a 777-300ER is sometimes swapped in for additional capacity. I couldn’t pass up the chance to see how their F product checked out, so booked the ticket and headed on. I had heard that…
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5 Ways to Get a Great Seat On Your Next Flight

No one wants a bad seat. Whether you’re flying for business or pleasure, everyone tries to steer clear of those awful seats. There is a simple reason for this: comfort. Even if your flight is less than a couple of hours, it’s a long time to be thinking…
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Norwegian Air Shuttle Continues Rapid Expansion

This week, Norwegian Air Shuttle announced the commencement of flights between Singapore (SIN) and London Gatwick (LGW) airports. The flights are due to start in the northern Autumn season, with fares starting as low as US$230. This will be their second…
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Level Enters Service to the Americas

This week, new airline Level finally entered service after months of anticipation. The inaugural flight left Barcelona bound for Los Angeles and the next day another new service to Oakland began. Both flights were operated by brand-new Airbus A330-200…
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Singapore Airlines to Reveal new First Class Suites

As Singapore Airlines aim to take delivery of 5 new Airbus A380’s later in the year, there has been plenty of rumor and speculation regarding what the design will entail. SIA are well known for keeping their launches quiet, but this hasn’t prevented at…
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Qatar and Emirates Have Nice in Growth Plans

The sight of Emirates’ first A380 service into Nice would have delighted Tim Clarke. The previous few months have been tough on the airline and its President, with the general slowdown of the Emirates juggernaut colliding with the electronics ban imposed…
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There’s not a lot of 747s left in the world and BA is one of the few still flying to Seattle. Coming back from London, I took the chance (while I still could!) to get on the Queen of the Skies before she becomes even rarer. Plus, that coolness factor of…
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Here's What El Al's New 787s Will Look Like

El Al have been a bit behind the times of late. They have kept their 747 and 767 aircraft toiling away in the skies while new planes are yet to make an entrance. Not only this, but the cabins in them are looking tired. Business Class in particular still…
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Everything you need to know about the new A350-900 service to Canada

When Cathay Pacific flight CX856 touched down in Vancouver on March 28, it became the first scheduled Airbus A350-900 flight to Canada. This is exciting news for Canadian aviation, as the country continues to see increasingly modern services from a bunch…
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