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Help with award flight choices

Help with award flight choices

  1. Anonymous

    Traveling with family from the Europe to West Coast US. Appreciate any recommendations. Would you prefer:
    1. BA 1st on 747 or 777
    2. BA Business on 789
    3. SQ Business on A350

  2. erik

    Between the 3 options, I’d go with SQ on the A350. Terrific service on board and a fine hard product on a new plane. Depending on your actual destination from Europe to West Coast US, options 1 and 2 will most likely give you a nonstop flight. If you are flying SQ from Europe to US on their A350, your layover will be in Houston(What cabins will you be on for the Houston to West Coast US leg)?

  3. Rohit Deshpande

    [QUOTE=”Jo K, post: 31881″]Traveling with family from the Europe to West Coast US. Appreciate any recommendations. Would you prefer:
    1. BA 1st on 747 or 777
    2. BA Business on 789
    3. SQ Business on A350[/QUOTE]
    I’ve flown all three and I second Erik on this. I’d take SQ. It’s a little tricky between BA F class and SQ J class because I think I’d consider both equal in their hard product and I might say BA is a little better because you can do partner dining in f whereas in SQ J there is no space. Also the bedding was better on BA F in my opinion than SQ. But that’s about where the better BA experience ends. The rest SQ wins: better food better crew, better plane.

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