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What First Class seats allow you to dine across from someone else?

What First Class seats allow you to dine across from someone else?

  1. Tags

    I know CX does, and it was on of my favorite parts about that experience. What other F seats allow you to dine across from someone else??

  2. David W

    Etihad’s A380s allow you to do that. I recall one of Ben’s posts saying that they were able to have 3 people dine together on one of their flights. TPG also was able to dine in the lobby area of the EY A380, which has a small table.

    Etihad’s 787s with F also have that ability since there is a seatbelt on the ottoman.

    I [B][I]think[/I] [/B]that some of BA’s newer planes allow for that but I could be wrong.

    While not seated across from one another, EK and SQ’s F seats make it quite simple to dine next to each other.

  3. thelongroadau

    CX and QF, also SQ Suites. Might be others, they’re the ones I know.

  4. Rohit Deshpande

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 30788, member: 29″]Etihad’s A380s allow you to do that. I recall one of Ben’s posts saying that they were able to have 3 people dine together on one of their flights. TPG also was able to dine in the lobby area of the EY A380, which has a small table.

    Etihad’s 787s with F also have that ability since there is a seatbelt on the ottoman.

    I [B][I]think[/I] [/B]that some of BA’s newer planes allow for that but I could be wrong.

    While not seated across from one another, EK and SQ’s F seats make it quite simple to dine next to each other.[/QUOTE]
    I’ve done it on BA’s A380 first class product. The 787’s F class didn’t have enough space. Also I dined with partner in Qatar F so those airlines I can verify have that option

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