So what’s it like onboard the world’s longest commercial flight? Check out my review of the Singapore Airlines Business Class service during a pandemic.
Onboard the Star Wars-themed Dreamliner 787 jet bound for Tokyo Narita!
Akko had a chat with me and asked why I was flying over to Japan with a stopover to Hong Kong when I can fly direct. Simple answer: loyalty.
They say things don’t happen the same way twice, but for Cathay Pacific Airways, winning Airline of the Year Awards in 2003, 2005, 2009 and 2014 is no easy feat to repeat.
Have you ever survived almost 24 hours with airline food? Frankly I did, onboard Delta Airlines. And for 24 hours, there’s nowhere I’d rather be than 30,000 feet in the air, my favorite place in the world.
Candid Cuisine is taking off its maiden inflight meal feature. Singapore Airlines spends around $500,000,000.00 every year just on food service alone. Preparing the inflight meals are an extremely gruesome process, considering the airline prepares food for approximately 447 passengers in a single flight with some frequent flyers who do not want to get tired of eating the same meals over and over again.