You guys asked for more reviews, and that’s exactly what you’re going to get. I’m trying to finish off the year on a high note when it comes to trip reports — Tiffany and I went to Romania, Ford and I went to California, and I also took a whirlwind review trip.
Now it’s time for the next review trip, where I’ll be spending the week criss-crossing the globe. As I’ve been doing lately, I’ll be trying to keep the review as close to “live” as possible without overwhelming you guys (meaning I don’t want to publish five installments per day). But I have quite an incentive to stay as “live” as possible, because I have another trip coming up right after this, and I don’t want to fall too far behind.
With this trip you can expect reviews of the following, among other things (these were largely on my list of airlines to review in 2019):
- British Airways’ A350-1000 business class
- Finnair’s A321 business class
- Finnair’s A350-900 business class
- Cathay Pacific’s A350-1000 business class
- The Finnair Platinum Wing Helsinki
- The Qantas First Lounge Singapore
Among many other things. 😉
With each individual review I’ll be talking about how I booked the flights, and will be sharing other relevant details.
So, why the title? Because my final destination is Singapore, and I’ll only really have time to check out the Jewel, this is the amazing shopping mall connected to the airport.
I put “stolen” in the title because Qatar Airways’ CEO, Akbar Al-Baker claims that Singapore stole the design for that from Qatar… even though the Jewel in Singapore opened years before the one in Doha will open.
This should be a fun/exhausting/energizing week, and I look forward to sharing my experiences! Thanks for reading, and stay tuned…