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Sri Lankan Airlines Business Class - Sri Lanka Forum
LevelContributor 295 posts 338 reviews Save Topic Sri Lankan Airlines Business Class Jun 17, 2013, 4:30 AM I have not been able to find a current post on this. Past reviews are a total mixed bag of positives & negatives. Has anyone travelled on Sri Lankan Airlines Business class recently? The price of a return Singapore - Colombo - Singapore business class ticket on Sri Lankan is on par to that of a Singapore Airlines economy ticket and just about double that of an economy ticket on Sri Lankan. Has anyone who has flown Sri Lankan recently any advice? 1 Colombo Western Province, Sri Lanka 22 replies to this topic LevelContributor 37,532 posts 7 reviews Save Reply 1.
First-class vs. business: Is it worth the extra cost?
First-class passengers get perks beyond the airplaneFirst class may become obsolete as business-class service improvesSome passengers will pay for first-class amenities no matter what, airlines sayIf you want to fly nonstop first class from Tokyo to London and want the privacy afforded by a suite, be prepared to pay as much as US$27,000 on All Nippon Airways or Japan Air Lines. Or just slum it in ANA business class for $9,000 and change. If you don't mind less privacy, for a mere $4,900, you can fly the same route nonstop business class on Virgin Atlantic and still be plenty pampered.
China Airlines Business Class seat reviews | SKYTRAX
Aircraft:Boeing 747-400 Seat Type:Business Class Date:12 May 2015 Reviewer:Daniel Scullin Sleep Comfort Sitting Comfort Overall Rating Seat Length Seat Width Seat Privacy Recommended Hideous! I flew Auckland to Tpe on an old, shabby 747. When it came time for sleep, the recline was so limited I actually thought the seat was broken and went looking for a flight attendant. I ended up sleeping against the cabin wall to try and be more comfortable. For the fare paid, these seats are ridiculous. Lovely cabin crew though - the only saving grace of the whole debacle! Aircraft:Boeing 777 Seat Type:Business Class Date:21 March 2015 Reviewer:G Oderda Sleep Comfort Sitting Comfort Overall Rating Seat Length Seat Width Seat Privacy Recommended San Francisco to Taipei and Bangkok on a 747 and returned through LA on a 777.
First Look Inside Singapore Airlines’ New 777 Business Class Cabin
Last week I shared a first look at Singapore’s new 777 first class cabin, with photos taken at the aircraft’s delivery from Boeing. As with the new first class product, the new business class is an evolution on their current 777-300ER offering, not something completely different. There are (8) 777 aircraft on order with this new interior. They haven’t announced anything about retrofitting existing 777s, but they have announced it as the product for Singapore’s new Airbus A350s on order. This first aircraft is being sent to fly Singapore – London.
BA CW/Business Class
LevelContributor 4,434 posts 5 reviews Save Topic BA CW/Business Class - No 1 Lounge Gatwick North Jan 25, 2016, 5:34 PM We have booked CW/Business Class with BA for late Sept from Gatwick North. I understand that BA's lounges have since been closed for refurbishment and that BA CW/Business customers now have the 'privilege' of using the Gatwick North No 1 Lounge. Having previously used this lounge prior to Thomson PE customers and now BA using this lounge, it appears that the lounge has fallen into a state of disarray with terrible reviews! This will be our 2nd trip with BA, so for all you frequent BA flyers out there, do you have any idea when the new BA refurbished lounges are due to reopen, as really don't relish the thought of using the No1 Lounge now.
Boeing 777-300ER New World Business Class - KLM.com
New: Lufthansa Upgrades For Cash
Across the airline industry we’re seeing a trend where airlines are trying to do everything they can to sell as many premium cabin seats as possible, even if it’s at discounted rates. Some revenue is better than no revenue, after all. The airlines have finally learned that there’s a middle ground between being focused almost exclusively on full fare premium cabin tickets and (what they sometimes view as) “giving away” tickets on awards. Over the years we’ve seen many airlines offer paid upgrades, including Austrian, Etihad, SriLankan, United, and many more.
TUIfly Seat Maps
Submitted bySeatGuru User on 2016/10/28 for Seat 20E There seemed to be an Entertainment box under seat 19 E which results in less space for your legs when you have 20 E. Submitted bySeatGuru User on 2016/08/20 for Seat 2 ABC Very bad: Just behind the crew resting places: the whole flight a curtain in your face. No place under the front seat for hand bagage, also no overhead place for the hand bagage (for crew and a dingy). Payed a lot extra for the legroom, but there wasn't any. Submitted byKent C. S on 2016/07/26 for Seat 9A Extremely small legroom and narrow seats.
Review: Garuda Indonesia A330-300 Business Class, Seoul-Incheon to Denpasar-Bali
Garuda Indonesia is the flag carrier of the most populous nation in South East Asia and is named after the holy bird Garuda – which is also Indonesia’s national emblem. We flew Garuda Indonesia in business class on one of its six weekly services between the South Korean capital and Denpasar-Bali, GA871. This service complements the airline’s six weekly frequencies between Seoul and Jakarta, GA879. Garuda Indonesia have made considerable improvements in recent years. The airline completed its ‘Quantum Leap’ investment program in late 2014, which has seen a complete refresh for the airline including the introduction of new aircraft.
Air Canada Seat Maps
Submitted bySeatGuru User on 2017/01/02 for Seat 17D There is now a highbacked seat in front of 17D with no video screen. The screen and table are locared in the armrest. Very limited leg room. The seat 16D seems to be for crew. Submitted bySeatGuru User on 2016/12/20 for Seat 12C This is the first row after business class, so there are only two seat backs on front of the row -- so only two screens and sets of outlets for the three seats. Submitted bySeatGuru User on 2016/12/04 for Seat 12A This seat costs as much as other extended legroom seats, but because it is situated behind the last row of business class, the extra room is negligible.