A rough day of flying…

A rough day of flying…

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No clue how I survived this dreadful 14 hour flight… 😉

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  1. chitownflyer Guest

    @Super80, the next time you visit La France, have a Coke with caviar if it makes you happy. Now having a chocolate bar with bacon, that is NOT Kosher.

  2. Gary Gold

    @dhammer save a little more and do your longhaul flights in F ;)

  3. dhammer Guest

    @CMH, Thanks for the idea. Next time I'm in France, I'll drink a coke with the caviar! Wink.

    @coins, thanks for the report and pix. I'll be slumming it on SQ in Y next month. It's a short ride across the pond. Saving the miles for real value longhaul flights in C.

  4. lucky OMAAT

    @ AJO -- There was actually one other passenger. I was seated in 2A and he was seated in 1K, so it felt pretty darn private. We each had our own personal FAs too. ;)

    @ Blandon -- Yow, thanks! Big compliment coming from you.

    @ Jamie Regan -- Absolutely, I'll have a full report on the NRT lounges coming up after the trip. And also a full report of the leased Thai 777, though...

    @ AJO -- There was actually one other passenger. I was seated in 2A and he was seated in 1K, so it felt pretty darn private. We each had our own personal FAs too. ;)

    @ Blandon -- Yow, thanks! Big compliment coming from you.

    @ Jamie Regan -- Absolutely, I'll have a full report on the NRT lounges coming up after the trip. And also a full report of the leased Thai 777, though I'll be flying it in the other direction, BKK-NRT, tomorrow night.

    @ CMH -- Might want to take a closer look at the picture. I wasn't drinking Diet Coke with the caviar...

    @ Gene @ Pat -- Stay tuned for the trip report... :D

  5. Pat Guest

    @Gene That's the question I asked in #7. Seemingly, those offended by the Diet Coke did not notice the bubbly sitting next to it.

  6. Gene Diamond

    Is that a glass of champagne next to the Diet Coke?

    Since when do you drink alcohol? Or is it just for the photo?

  7. Ben Guest

    Whatever your opinion of Lucky is, I think we can all agree his posts certainly incite some lively discussion. God damn people.

  8. JOSH Guest

    LUCKY,

    You are lucky and fortunate to fly in F. I'm still stuck with my cheese and fruit plate with warm cookie.

    JOSH

  9. AJ Guest

    Also, je le trouve marrant de voir un français venir fustiger notre cher M Lucky pour ce qui est censé être un faux pas lorsque ce premier n'arrive même pas à s'articuler correctement en langue anglaise. M Lucky a déjà fait preuve d'être parfaitement bilingue anglais-allemand -- et on cherchait à l'appeler "inculte"? Ou bien de souffrir d'un manque de culture?

    Risible.

  10. AJ Guest

    @CMH Il y a un verre de champagne juste à côté; ce n'est pas évident que M Lucky ait bu du coca avec son caviar, donc pas de jugement s'il te plaît.

    Seriously, I don't know what's wrong with people these days.

  11. HunterSFO Guest

    @Alex - you did a great job of putting in to words exactly how I feel. Thanks!

  12. CMH Guest

    Super80 is not exactly wrong in his statement. To many Europeans, especially French, coke just doesn't mix with caviar. That's like the ultimate insult. It's like to the Chinese when pouring soy sauce on your steam white rice.

  13. AJ Guest

    @Super80 Cultured individuals know how to correctly deploy the subjunctive mood. Next troll, please.

  14. Alex Guest

    @Super80 - First off, what is so wrong with his blog post? It consists of 3 pictures and a sentence. And please tell me, is it cultured to be an asshole? Seriously, fuck you. Oops - looks like I'm uncultured! :'( Better go cry because Super80's opinion is SO important. Boo hoo! You are just another internet rat who is hiding in their hole. And your same statement applies to you, "you’d be eaten alive...

    @Super80 - First off, what is so wrong with his blog post? It consists of 3 pictures and a sentence. And please tell me, is it cultured to be an asshole? Seriously, fuck you. Oops - looks like I'm uncultured! :'( Better go cry because Super80's opinion is SO important. Boo hoo! You are just another internet rat who is hiding in their hole. And your same statement applies to you, "you’d be eaten alive in a world with real people and real culture was required." You piss me off more than anybody else on the internet. However, the only good thing about you is that you are stuck being a jerk on the internet. There is no way that you could ever interact with people in person like the way you do on the internet, without somebody sending your right eye a knuckle sandwich.

    Have a nice day, you troll.

  15. Jamie Regan Guest

    Lucky, any chance of a report of the F lounges at NRT?

    I've got a TG flight coming up NRT-BKK on the 773 in F and would love a heads up of which is the best lounge.

    Can't WAIT for the trip report!!

  16. Chris Guest

    Even though I tend to agree with Lucky most of the time. I do believe Super80 has a point here. A simple change of tone would solve the problem.

  17. stef Guest

    Looks lovely, Lucky. Congrats. Enjoy. Maybe I should take some cabin interiors on my WN flights from CLE-MDW-PHX-SNA today. As for the food - we have Diet Coke too, you know! Okay, Never mind. Hope you are enjoying your great start.

  18. UA-NYC Diamond

    The troll is back! Sad how such a highbrow self-impressed blowhard feels the need to stoop to this level. Your department colleagues would be proud of you.

  19. Super80 Guest

    Wow. Washing down caviar with Diet Coke. You are one uncultured fool.

    And - what an idiotic post (even for this kid). Let's all fellate his ego. Lucky - any nobody can get into first class with miles. Does this fact escape you?

    It's a good thing you exist in this virtual world of frequent flyer-ism. You'd be eaten alive in a world with real people and real culture was required.

  20. Pat Guest

    Is that a glass of Champagne I see on your tray table?!?

  21. Amsterdam Flights Guest

    awesome cabin, Kevin noticed the important thing out there on bed :).. pictures are really nice and interiors too.

  22. Blandon Guest

    The first photo is really nice. (And that compliment is coming from a photographer of interiors!)

  23. Kevincm New Member

    Yes.. dreadful indeed. Look of the state of that bed to start with :p

  24. Mal Guest

    damn you lucky... saw that and thought you had a horrible flight...

    make me feel like a sucker :(

  25. Wunderpit Guest

    Been in ANA biz and loved it, so I can only imagine...

  26. AJO Guest

    Looks pretty nice... Was the F cabin empty (apart from you)?

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chitownflyer Guest

@Super80, the next time you visit La France, have a Coke with caviar if it makes you happy. Now having a chocolate bar with bacon, that is NOT Kosher.

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Gary Gold

@dhammer save a little more and do your longhaul flights in F ;)

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