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Flight Review: Delta First Class Los Angeles-Hawaii (HNL)

Delta offers several daily departures from Los Angeles to Honolulu, meaning on my recent trip to the islands, it was time to burn some SkyMiles for a coach award and hope for an upgrade! Delta historically used to fly old 757’s to Honolulu, but recently has switched to their 737-900’s and during the busy season 757-300’s,…

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Flight Review: Delta One Business Class Breakfast JFK-LAX

We recently wrote about the new Delta One Business Class North End Grill Menu which is served on flights from New York (JFK) to Los Angeles and San Francisco as well as Delta One Transcontinental Business Class Dinner SFO-JFK but haven’t covered their breakfast options on the transcon flights, so I was excited when a business trip meant I would be…

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Flight Review: Delta One Business Class Portland- Amsterdam

The pitch of passenger traffic is understated and subdued at the end of Concourse D at Portland International Airport (PDX).  Boarding is about to commence for the approximately 10-hour flight on Delta 178 to Amsterdam.   My ticket is Delta One on the Airbus A330, and I’m ready for a hot towel and a pre-departure beverage.…

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Flight Review: Reykjavik- Helsinki Saga Class and Overall Thoughts on IcelandAir

Trip Overview IcelandAir to Helsinki Lounge Review: British Airways Galleries JFK Terminal 7 Flight Review: IcelandAir Business Class New York (JFK)- Reykjavik Lounge Review: Icelandair Saga Lounge Reykjavik Flight Review: Reykjavik- Helsinki Saga Class and Overall Thoughts on IcelandAir Flight Review: Reykjavik- Helsinki Saga Class and Overall Thoughts on IcelandAir IcelandAir Flight 352 KEF – HEL…

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Flight Review: IcelandAir Business Class New York (JFK)- Reykjavik

Trip Overview IcelandAir to Helsinki Lounge Review: British Airways Galleries JFK Terminal 7 Flight Review: IcelandAir Business Class New York (JFK)- Reykjavik Lounge Review: Icelandair Saga Lounge Reykjavik Flight Review: Reykjavik- Helsinki Saga Class and Overall Thoughts on IcelandAir IcelandAir Flight 612 JFK – KEF Saga Class Departed 2:10 pm ET Flight length approximately 5 hours.…

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Delta One Transcontinental Business Class Dinner SFO-JFK

We recently wrote about the new Delta One Business Class North End Grill Menu which is served on flights from New York (JFK) to Los Angeles and San Francisco. However on Eastbound transcontinental business class flights, Delta is still serving up their regular menu so below is an overview of the current offerings. If you’re looking to redeem your Delta…

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In First Class Would You Rather Sit Next To A Dog Or A Baby?

I recently wrote a post about Faking Disabilities So Emotional Service Animals Can Fly With You. Well, on a recent flight, I had the opportunity to experience sitting with an emotional service animal first hand. As we were getting ready to board the flight, I noticed a large Labrador Retriever on a lease waiting to board next…

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A Delta Airline Surprise – They Never Fail

For some flying can be routine, even boring. You pack your bag, say your good-byes, leave home for the long quiet ride to the airport, fight the long line at security, cram into the plane train, stop by the lounge to check some emails, then board your flight to snag the last over head space. It’s…

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Delta 737-900ER Economy Comfort – First Impressions

On a recent trip home from Seattle I had the opportunity to select a flight operated by one of Delta’s many jets. And without question, I chose the newest Jet in their fleet on this route, the 737-900. It turns out I was not alone. Based on the Double MQM promotion offer to or from Seattle,…

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Flight Review: Hawaiian Airlines 717 Maui-Honolulu

After my stay at the Andaz Maui at Wailea, it was time to leave Maui and head over to Honolulu. For inter island flights, we decided to try out Hawaiian Airlines, which operates Boeing 717’s for their inter-island service. The planes are equipped with 115 coach seats and 8 first class seats. For this short…

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