Hello everyone, and welcome to this new flight review! Last February, my family and I went on a skiing trip to Switzerland, and we flew directly on United. More details on this can be found in the introduction post. But let’s just get straight into the review! We got to Newark’s Terminal C a couple […]Read More Flight Review: United (Economy) | Newark-Geneva | Boeing 767-300er
Good morning everyone! Last February, my family and I went on a skiing trip to Verbier in Switzerland and I enjoyed what I could probably argue is one of the countries with the best skiing experiences you can get anywhere in the world. The amount of snow was incredible, and the trails felt endless. The […]Read More Introduction: United to Ski in Switzerland
United has greatly improved their business class product over the last couple of years. The reveal of Polaris in mid 2016 ahead of their new 777-300er deliveries promised both a better soft product and a better hard product, as well as new lounges. You can see and track their improvements on their Polaris site. In […]Read More The Problem with United’s Polaris Marketing
We all know how big the price difference is between international Economy and Business Class is. On transatlantic routes, Business Class often sells for four to five times the price of economy! However, in a few steps (and with a bit of luck), you can create (almost) international Business Class in Economy Class! 1. Reserve […]Read More How to Create Business Class in Economy
This post was written by a friend of mine. Just like with any other post, definitely write your suggestions in the comments section below! On Christmas Day of 2017, I flew Jet Airways for the first time internationally. I didn’t know what to expect: it could have either been another unreliable Air India-style flight or […]Read More Flight Review: Jet Airways (Premiére Class) | Delhi-London Heathrow | Boeing 777-300er
In my opinion, there are three types of short-haul narrowbody business class products in the world. The most common type is the large recliner product, which is the product that is flown on most US domestic flights, as well as most short-haul products around the world. A few airlines around the world, but especially in […]Read More Why is Intra-European Business Class so Much Like Economy?
People have known for quite a while now that Singapore Airlines has wanted to resume their nonstop Singapore-New York service. They were forced to cancel it in 2013 because they had to fly A340-500s on the route, which were not very efficient. Therefore, they could not make money. Recently, with the introduction of new high-range […]Read More Singapore Airlines Setting Record for the Longest Flight in the World