Singapore Airlines (SQ)

I took a quick hop from Bangkok to Singapore on SQ in economy earlier this month and was reminded why SQ consistently ranks the best airline in the world. Seats have a reasonable pitch between rows, every seat has a foot rest and every chair is equipped with an adjustable lumbar support that works on […]

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Montreal-Trudeau (YUL)

I can’t remember the last time I was through Montreal-Trudeau which I transited through last week. It’s a nice airport with reasonably good seating, lighting and comforts. Food outlets and shopping could be improved, but overall it was very nice. I really liked the well-marked charging stations scatted throughout the waiting area. There were both […]

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Thai Airways International (TG)

I recently flew Thai Airways International from London to Bangkok round-trip in economy. It was the cheapest non-stop on the route, which has many carriers especially if you consider one-stop options. This run is a milk-run for TG. They fly it at nearly full capacity all year round catering mainly to British vacationers going to […]

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Security Changes at Heathrow

Yesterday I flew out of Heathrow (LHR)’s terminal 3 which is where most of the Star Alliance carriers are based. I was surprised to find that at the security check point you are no longer required to remove your laptop from your carry on bag. They are saying that their new scanners can handle electronics […]

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Air Canada

I’ve only flown Air Canada (AC) on 2 trips, with the previous one 3 years ago and then this current trip. I flew them from Boston (BOS) to Montreal (YUL) to Heathrow (LHR) and liked their product. Planes are basic, but comfortable and staff live up to the Canadian reputation of being like Americans only […]

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