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Inflight Experience / Seating Flying NYC-JFK The Long Way: EK vs CX vs SQ

Discussion in 'questions. answers. conversations.' started by 7DrG14, Sep 1, 2015.

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    That's pretty cool. In terms of the hard product is what is the difference between EK and EY
     
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    Well thier first classes in general. i have never flown an ultra long haul with air France. Is it worth trying?
     
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    @Gaurav do you have any suggestions?
     
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    I think @No Name has covered a lot of possibilities, I'd be hard pressed to add anything. Since you are paying for the tickets I would definitely consider AF if you can fit it into your itinerary. There isn't a lot of information about them out since they are restrictive and expensive in allowing mileage redemptions but seem to offer a very good soft and hard product from what I have read.

    If you have the means to pay for these tickets I would figure out the best itinerary and go with it. The products aren't going anywhere... you can always fly them on your next trip!
     
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    On EK and EY A380 F cabins.

    The biggest differences would be a lot more seat/suites space on EY, but no bar like on the EK A380. I think the pictures in the Lucky's reviews says it all, don't you?

    Unless you go for the EY Residence. But that is strictly speaking not F, but a new class above F. Noting can match the EY Residence in commercial aviation and only on A320, B737 or above on Biz jets
     
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