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BKK – JFK: EY First Apartment or SQ Suites?

BKK – JFK: EY First Apartment or SQ Suites?

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Lucky,

    I’m planning my 30th birthday getaway and want to get the most bang out of it.

    I am flying out from Bangkok or Singapore and considering to fly either on Etihad’s First Apartment or Singapore Airlines’ Suites to JFK. Please let me know the pros and cons of each options. Would really appreciate that. Thanks.

  2. Gaurav

    @SAA–SQ has a great hard product and is unique in terms of the ability to have a double bed if you are traveling with a companion. They are also known for their service. Etihad has a very unique hard product but I’ve found their service to be a little hit or miss sometimes. Ben has reviews of both under his trip reports. Personally I think I’d go SQ for the overall experience on your birthday (let them know in advance and they will celebrate it for you!).

  3. PhatMiles

    While SQL is great, I prefer EY First. It is the newest fanciest product in the sky.

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