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Asiana angled seat on A330

Asiana angled seat on A330

  1. dalameda

    i recently booked award tickets to Singapore and back. on the way out I am flying EVA air, and coming back Asiana. i overlooked that the Asiana segment from Singapore to ICN is on a 330 with the angled seat, not a fully lie flat seat. The flight leaves a little after midnight and gets in around 8 in the morning, so i would definitely want to sleep on the flight. My question is how bad are the angled seats? This is my first adventure using points and traveling in overseas business and I don’t want to be disappointed (yay to this site and a few others for finally educating a dummy like me!). My flights were booked through the united website, and checking availability now it looks like I could get Air China, but it would involve multiple stops. Switch flights or stick with Asiana?

  2. aussiejosh

    Hi

    I flew Asiana’s A330 from Sydney to Seoul last June and thought it was a perfectly comfortable flight, although admittedly it was a daytime flight.

    If you’ve slept in any other angle-flat seats before, I’m sure you’ll be fine in these. In terms of getting good sleep, for me at least I know I would get better sleep on a non-stop angle-flat flight than on two shorter flights transiting Beijing, even with full-flat seats.

    Asiana’s food and drink is really good as well, get the Bibimbap if you can.

  3. dalameda

    [QUOTE=”aussiejosh, post: 36981, member: 267″]Hi

    I flew Asiana’s A330 from Sydney to Seoul last June and thought it was a perfectly comfortable flight, although admittedly it was a daytime flight.

    If you’ve slept in any other angle-flat seats before, I’m sure you’ll be fine in these. In terms of getting good sleep, for me at least I know I would get better sleep on a non-stop angle-flat flight than on two shorter flights transiting Beijing, even with full-flat seats.

    Asiana’s food and drink is really good as well, get the Bibimbap if you can.[/QUOTE]
    Thanks! and yes, I am looking forward to the Bibimbap!

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