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Lucky, have you heard about this First Class?
We all follow your ambition to try out/review every First Class out there 😉 I just arrived in Tokyo and found out about something interesting from JAL. Did you ever hear about their domestic First Class in the 767 or 777 aircraft. They offer a First Class product within Japan, apart from their Business product. Here some reviews I found about the 767 First Class in 2-1-2 configuration…
And accordingly the Business Class in the 767 in 2-2-2…
Something you haven’t tried out yet?
[QUOTE=”Andri Koller, post: 60218, member: 4581″]Hi Lucky
From the link you posted it’s listed as J, same with JAL website
J means BIZ, not First class.
Yes it’s similar to US Domestic F, but in reality it’s just a long haul Premium Economy seat.
What Lucky means when it comes try all F cabins out there he probably means all longhaul F cabins.
This is the domestic F product mentioned in the blog you also linked to
Again while very nice for a short domestic flight, it’s really just a highly tarted up and a bit wider Premium Economy recliner seat.
Even if it’s nicer that your average US domestic F or even Premium economy on high end airlines like Singapore it’s not an long haul F product.