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Finally, what seat on Etihad first class b787 would you recommend? Also Visa/lounge Q?

Finally, what seat on Etihad first class b787 would you recommend? Also Visa/lounge Q?

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Ben,

    I am sure you have been missing my Etihad question so i am back!!

    If I wanted to go to the arrival lounge, i would have to clear customs and therefore have a visa? Do you have an article to get that visa?
    Also then I can just go to the normal first class lounge (in nov), right?

    Finally, what sear on the first class b787 would you recommend?

    thanks for all the help…and If you are ever in DC, please let me know…would love to take you out for a meal for all the amazing advice!

  2. Anonymous

    @ Rachit — Yes, to use the arrivals lounge you have to clear immigration. If you have a US passport you wouldn’t need a visa. I would probably do a window seat in row two on the 787.

  3. Anonymous

    Hey Ben!

    I have an Indian passport with a US visa…any ideas on that? or any links that should help me?

  4. Anonymous

    @ Rachit — You might unfortunately need a visa then.

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