Month: March 2017

Electronics Ban on Middle Eastern Carriers flights to the US?

Royal Jordanian Airlines stated earlier today that they are banning all electronic devices with the exception of phones, and medical devices on all their flights to the US. This means laptops, tablets, and other electronic devices will need to be checked-in. A Saudi executive on twitter mentioned that this ban is a directive from US

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American Airlines Business Class Airbus A330 Philadelphia to Madrid

Flight: AA740 Route: PHL-MAD Equipment: Airbus A330-200 Cabin: Business Class Seat: 4H/5H [Please see video above, if you prefer to watch a video review.] As much as we fly American a lot, we still haven’t been on any of AA’s ex-US Airways A330s so we were really looking forward to this flight. Our flight form San Francisco arrived

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Qatar Airways Business Class Boeing 777-300ER Doha to Johannesburg

Flight: QR1363 Route: DOH-JNB Equipment: Boeing 777-300ER Cabin: Business Class Seat: 1J/1K [Please see video above, if you prefer to watch a video review.] As you may now know, I’m a huge fan of Qatar Airways. For me, the passenger experience with them has always been en-pointe and though some of their business class seats

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Qatar Airways’ New “Super”Business Class Suites

Qatar Airways just unveiled their new “Super” Business Class seats at ITB Berlin this morning. The new product is called “The QSuite”, which features a fully enclosed suite similar to the First Class offering of some carriers. From the looks of it, the new business class cabin will be in a 1-2-1 configuration with both

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American Airlines Business Class (Forward Facing) Boeing 777-200ER London to Los Angeles

Flight: AA135 Route: LHR-LAX Equipment: Boeing 777-200ER Cabin: Business Class Seat: 9L/10L [Please see video above, if you prefer to watch a video review.] After a nice getaway in Portugal, it was time to head back home. We flew British Airways Euro Traveller (Economy) from Lisbon to London Heathrow. I have to say that BA’s cost cutting measures

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