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Best Business Option from SYD to USA

Best Business Option from SYD to USA

  1. Anonymous

    I’ve got the opportunity to fly SYD to the US in Business class. The options below are what I have. What do you recommend?

    AA 787
    Virgin Australia 777
    Qantas 787

    All of them leave around the same time and arrive to the US at the same time so I truly have the choice to go for the best experience.

  2. David W

    If youre paying cash, I think it’d be best to go with VA, then QF and lastly, AA. If you’re looking to get an award, then it’s whichever has the space.

  3. OCTinPHL

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 64262, member: 29″]If youre paying cash, I think it’d be best to go with VA, then QF and lastly, AA. If you’re looking to get an award, then it’s whichever has the space.[/QUOTE]

    I’ve never flown Qantas or Virgin Australia (but flew Virgin Atlantic business – not sure how that compares), but AA is a distant third. AA has great hard product, but crews are really hit or miss. From what I’ve read here, QF and VA are good/very good. AA is meh… sometimes great, sometimes really poor, usually just about what you expect from AA.

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