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747 from ORY MAD

747 from ORY MAD

  1. Anonymous

    Hey Lucky,

    Did you know that there is a 747 that flies between ORY & MAD? Seems like a huge plane for such a short (and heavily loaded) route. Would enjoy a review of it? WamosAir are the ones that fly it

  2. Owen

    Wamos is not a scheduled airline. They operate charter flights, so it may be hard for Lucky to review! But it would be cool for him to review a long-haul flight on Wamos, to see what their full service experience is like.

  3. rickyw

    Hi George, indeed an interesting route! Unfortunately, i think WamosAir primarily flies charter flights so I’m not sure a review is on the horizon. But, you never know!

    It looks like their seats claim to be fully-flat, but images look much more like angle-flat.

    [URL]http://www.wamosair.com/en/business/seats[/URL]

  4. Owen

    Wamos is generally charter, but they do boast some scheduled flights from Madrid to the Caribbean, and these routes generally are operated by their 747 aircraft

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