A pleasant and comfortable experience is to be had in economy, aboard Singapore Airlines' A330-300.
Flight Number: LX178 dep ZRH @ 22:45
SWISS Flight LX179 Singapore to Zurich Business Class
Flight Number: TZ1 dep SYD @ 13:50
I don’t usually look forward to a 13-hour flight, but a seat (and bed) in United Airlines’ BusinessFirst cabin has me chomping at the bit to fly.
As is almost always the case at HKIA, check-in at the Cathay Pacific counter was easy and stress-free.
Following a long flight from Sydney to LAX, ETB News joins United Airlines domestic for what seems like a hop, skip and a (high) jump to Houston. See how we fared.
Pearl Business Class. Monday 14 October 2013.
“Y’all ready?” our flight attendant asks, to which we reply with an emphatic yes. ETB News hops a flight to Mexico to see if United Airlines is equally well prepared.
Sunday 13 October 2013. Flight Number: OM291 dep ULN @ 06:30
Flight Number: CX138 dep SYD @ 21:55
There was not a very long queue at check in and we were soon processed with two check in bags interlined through Bangkok to Nairobi.
At Zanzibar Airport you need to clear a security check before entering the check-in area.
There was only a short queue when we checked in for this flight so check in was fast and efficient and we were allocated seats 34E and 34F.
Since the international terminal at Nairobi Airport was destroyed by fire on the morning of 6th August the authorities have been using the domestic terminal for processing international passenger dep...
Considering the Arusha area has a population of over 1.5 million the airport is very basic, although I understand that Kilimanjaro Airport is also used to serve the area.
We were in transit through Bangkok for 4 hours and the transfer desk for KQ flight did not open until 2 hours prior to the scheduled departure.
Korean Air (KE 121). Seoul to Sydney, Prestige Plus.
It’s the crack of dawn and we’re leaving Samoa – can Virgin Samoa turn our frowns upside down?
The Virgin Australia flight we board for our Virgin Samoa service is the Pacific Blue-liveried jet ‘Maiden New Zealand’. Confused, we let our journey to Apia clear things up.