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Inflight Experience / Seating Etihad

Discussion in 'questions. answers. conversations.' started by RAL, May 18, 2017.

  1. RAL

    RAL Reader

    Hey ya'll

    Hoping someone can chime into these questions -

    1) Does Etihad provide blankets and pillows in the first class lounge in AUH? I know they have recliner seats but wanted to see if they do provide blankets.

    2) Do ya'll think that they would give a breakfast in bed (with the tray setup) to first class passengers?

    3) How full/empty is the first class lounge in AUH usually?

    Thanks guys!
  2. David W

    David W Well-Known Member

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    1 - Not sure - it wasnt something I noticed.
    2 - Dont think so - I cant imagine them loading trays for each passenger. Also, the bed is against the wall and you wont have much room to move your arms around unless the suite next to you is empty and can push back the divider.
    3 - Depends on when you're flying. During the middle of the night rush hour, it's quite busy.
  3. Rohit Deshpande

    Rohit Deshpande Active Member

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    From my experience in their F class lounge:

    1. I never saw anyone with blankets and I myself didn't ask, so I'd say no unless they changed that.

    2. I also want to say no for this because the only place I ate at the F class lounge was at the actual dining tables themselves.

    3. It was quite empty for me except a few people but that's probably because my F class flight was at 8AM to LAX so there weren't that many other flights leaving at that time either with F class
  4. MarkS

    MarkS Active Member

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    Yes they do. Just ask. They even offered me one of the private rooms as no one was in the lounge during the day. The relaxation room is good for a nap. The seats recline and they will provide a blanket.

    The lounge gets busy around 7PM

    EY Lounge Area Priv Room 3.jpg