The last several weeks have given me the ultra-rare opportunity to sample the two competing direct flights between London Heathrow and Kuala Lumpur in Business Class; in both cases completely unexpected. With Malaysia Airlines, I was initially billed to enjoy Oman
After a less than delightful sleep at the Amaranth Suvarnabhumi hotel, it was back to Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport for my flight on to Europe, via Muscat. I noticed during check-in a bit of a peculiarity, in that the second flight
This year, my Christmas trip back to Europe had to begin (and ultimately end) in Bangkok due to the presence of an outrageously good business class fare with Oman Air, so I had to get a little creative to not spend really any
Owing to the fantastic coma-like sleep (likely alcohol induced) I had in British Airways’ ageing Club World business class cabin last year to Dublin, I elected to repeat the cycle again this year for my yearly crusade back to Dublin.
This year, I’ve swore off Malindo after the horrendous ground service and gone back to basics by practically designating Malaysia Airlines as my sole carrier of choice (though I have flown AirAsia twice and have another itinerary booked), helped along
Though my experience to date of British Airways hasn’t always been favourable (I won’t link to them, but the posts can still mostly be found – to summarise; drunk racist passenger on one occasion, and staid, old aircraft on the
Finally, after months of waiting it was time for my trip properly home to Dublin, Ireland and coming back to KL from Dusseldorf, Germany. Turkish Airlines puts a hell of a lot into its global marketing campaign (footballers springing about