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August 12, 2017
FOR INFORMATION ON HOW I BOOKED THIS FLIGHT CHECK OUT THE INTRODUCTION TO THIS TRIP REPORT HERE: Trip Report: First Class Apartments to the Maldives Boarding […]
August 3, 2017
*THIS DEAL IS NOW GONE* Kenya Airways has some absolutely spectacular fares between London and South Africa at the moment. Given that tax alone will account […]
July 30, 2017
Etihad Airways : First and Business Class Lounge London Heathrow Terminal 4 Intro Back when I took this trip (April 2016) Etihad was in a very […]
July 26, 2017
This may well be the most insanely luxurious trip I have ever taken, using miles and points. From the moment that I first laid eyes on the press release for Etihad's apartments, I knew that I would have to find a way to try this product as soon as humanly possible. The idea of having a bed, armchair, fridge, lamp, widescreen TV, wardrobe and vanity area for every passenger in First Class was just unimaginably amazing. I had a horrible feeling that Etihad would limit availability or crank up the price to some ridiculous level (like Singapore did when they first introduced suites to the market), however none of that turned out to be the case.