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Xiamen Air

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  1. aussiejosh

    Hi Ben,

    I know you just wrapped up a trip to the South Pacific, but SkyTeam member XiamenAir just started flights to Sydney and Melbourne with their 787s, which have a single row of a very daggy-looking First Class.

    Never heard of the airline, but given it seems to be your year of trying peculiar airlines, maybe cash in some Korean miles to give it a go?

    At the very worst, you’ll have another China Southern-esque post with which to entertain us plebs.

    All best,
    Josh

  2. No Name

    [USER=7]@Tiffany[/USER] [USER=4]@Lucky[/USER]

    Looks like open suites in 1-2-1 config, seats seems a bit short for F at 78″ inches.

    Looks like they have wifi on the B787.

    Seatmap
    [URL]https://talkairlines.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/seat-map.jpg[/URL]

    [URL]https://talkairlines.wordpress.com/2014/07/23/talkinterior-xiamen-airlines-new-787-cabin/[/URL]

    Biggest owner seems to be China Southern.
    [URL]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XiamenAir[/URL]

    Only routes outside Asia is SYD and AMS, with MEL and YVR being added this summer.

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