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China Southern Business Class

China Southern Business Class

  1. Aubrey

    There are not many reviews of China Southern Business Class, and they certainly wildly vary in the opinion of it.

    I am looking into flights in business class for what will be approximately 16-18 hours in the air depending on the route. China Southern is $1500 less per person than any other carriers. I have never flown business on an international flight, so I wouldn’t have anything to compare it to. However, I don’t want to spend all of this money for a mediocre experience.

    Should I go for the China Southern? Can any one offer any additional opinions of this carrier?

  2. Aubrey

    After seeing the Qatar sale, it looks like by adding an additional leg I can fly Qatar for the same price! Definitely going to pursue that route!

  3. MarkS

    Good choice. Heard the catering isn’t so great on China Southern. They do have a nice hard product however. You won’t be disappointed in Qatar


  4. Anonymous

    Yeah, Qatar is heaps better than China Southern, which has a comfy seat, but mediocre catering. You can see Ben’s reviews of both by searching by airline under the “Trip Report” link at the top of this page.

  5. David W

    I’d definitely pick the extra connection with Qatar instead of China Southern

  6. Aubrey

    Just as an update:
    Originally looked at tickets from Jacksonville to Kathmandu (business) Costs started at $4500 RT for any non China Southern.

    Since the sharing of the Qatar sale, and switching two legs to economy (JAX-BOS, BOM, KTM), two legs in business (BOS – DOH, DOH – BOM), I got RT tickets for $2200 PP.

    Thanks so much!

  7. MarkS

    [USER=2607]@Aubrey[/USER] Here’s what you can expect BOS-DOH. It’s fantastic!


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