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Best premium economy class?

Best premium economy class?

  1. Anonymous

    Hey Lucky,

    You always do business class & first class reviews, which I enjoy reading a lot. I mostly travel business and first, as I’ve racked up a lot of miles, but I was wondering whether you might like to review a premium economy or economy seat for a change – since most of the people out there aren’t lucky enough to travel in luxury! Premium economy is a growing sector out there, why don’t you review one. I’ve heard air new zealand premium economy is stunning!

    Thanks!

  2. Gaurav

    Ben has only recently expanded his focus to business class. I think it’ll be a little while before PE becomes a focus :).

  3. Jacob McCarthy

    [QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 17381, member: 79″]Ben has only recently expanded his focus to business class. I think it’ll be a little while before PE becomes a focus :).[/QUOTE]
    or economy… GASP

  4. Anonymous

    Ben writes about Premium Economy products when airlines introduce them, but really — the whole point of [I]One Mile at a Time[/I] is to show that luxury travel is possible for much much less than people would expect. 🙂

  5. David W

    Yeah, I like to live vicariously thru Ben’s (and other contributors’) reviews of J and F cabins since I cant travel as often (and as luxuriously) as they can.

    Eco and PremEco (while marginally better, depending on the airline) is boring.

  6. Jacob McCarthy

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 17392, member: 29″]Yeah, I like to live vicariously thru Ben’s (and other contributors’) reviews of J and F cabins since I cant travel as often (and as luxuriously) as they can.

    Eco and PremEco (while marginally better, depending on the airline) is boring.[/QUOTE]
    yep there a handful of companies that manufacture Y and prem econ seats, they are all basically the same, the soft product also doesn’t vary that much either

  7. milgom

    I don’t completely agree with that. For example Air New Zealand premium economy is widely different from British Airways premium economy. There are quite a few differences between the different premium economies but it’s true that I don’t really see it being the focus of Lucky…

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