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Review: Virgin Australia VA4137 Brisbane – Bali

Yes, six hours IS a long time to spend in a 737. Read the review over at Flymefunky…

http://flymefunky.com/2013/12/review-virgin-australia-va4137-brisbane-bali/

Qantas today announced that it would be refitting its fleet of A330 aircraft - with the most dramatic shift being in its business class cabin. Lush!Read more here View high resolution

Qantas today announced that it would be refitting its fleet of A330 aircraft - with the most dramatic shift being in its business class cabin. Lush!

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calvinchao:

From LAX to Singapore, I decided to ditch the A380 which has to transit in Narita and took the all business class direct flight from LAX to Singapore. Although I love the A380 but I have never tried a long haul, direct and especially all business class flight. Moreover since SQ is going to stop this service, better take the opportunity to experience it.

My verdict : very pleasant flight. Flight is about 70% full. However, I would prefer the A380 seat which is much broader and more comfortable. 

I have always love the food on premium carriers like Singapore Airlines or Cathay Pacific. On this flight, it is a pity they do not serve satay like the flight from Sao Paolo but the Pho is not to be missed. I love Pho and to be able to have this meal on the flight is fantastic. 

LA is probably a boring place for me. Not sure if I would travel to LA as a main stop over. Would prefer SFO and from there I am still able to connect to LAS VEGAS.

Next adventure …… maybe on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner but only when they solve the battery problem. 

(Source: calvinchao, via funkyflyer)

2013 World Airline Award Winners Announced

It’s that time of year again when the world waits breathlessly to find out what airline scoops the top gong in the Skytrax World Airline Awards.

The infamous airline awards includes feedback from up to 18 million flyers in over 160 countries, with this years awards being held at the Paris Airshow. The Skytrax awards are seen as the worlds most noticed awards given its longevity and scope, though its method for selecting winners remains a bit of a grey area.

So who came up trumps this year? Emirates improved upon its eighth spot in 2012 by becoming the worlds best airline in 2013, booting out Qatar which was relegated to second position after two years in the top spot.

Read why these airlines are the worlds best at FlymeFunky.com!

bretzkysbs:

Yes, this is a real safety video for Air New Zealand.

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