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Inflight Experience / Seating Which business class to choose?

Discussion in 'questions. answers. conversations.' started by Jeffrey Henry, Mar 21, 2017.

  1. Jeffrey Henry

    Jeffrey Henry New Member

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    I'm booking a flight from Munich to SFO. Wondering if anyone has an idea which airline has the best business class seats. I'm looking at these options....

    Lufthansa (A340-600)
    SAS (A340-300) via Copenhagen
    KLM (787-900) via Amsterdam
    British Airways (787-900) via Heathrow
     
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  2. Woodrow

    Woodrow Active Member

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    If direct doesn't matter, I'd personally go with the following:
    (1) KLM (787) Reverse Herringbone
    (2) SAS (A340) Staggered Vantage Style
    (3) Lufthansa (A340) Just because its direct
    (4) British Airways
     
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  3. David W

    David W Well-Known Member

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    Agree with @Woodrow.

    If you are open to other options, Air France is a decent one, assuming they serve SFO with their new reverse herringbone business class.

    Normally I'd also recommend Turkish via Istanbul but there's that stupid electronics ban...........:mad:
     
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  4. Woodrow

    Woodrow Active Member

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    I'm on the AF A380 to SFO in September on points, but I'm hoping availability opens up on the 777-2 reverse herringbone. I've been torn because I want to fly the A380 again, but not stoked on angled seats. Luckily it is a day time flight. Paid tickets are the same for the A380 and 777 and the 777 leaves later, which is nice.
     
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