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Originally Posted by Nizar If you are talking about QF on the 333 J from Asia to Aus I would suggest avoiding if possible. Far inferior to the SQ J ...
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    Re: Suites savers now available

    Quote Originally Posted by Nizar View Post
    If you are talking about QF on the 333 J from Asia to Aus I would suggest avoiding if possible. Far inferior to the SQ J 388 product and, from what I hear, the 333 CX product too.
    Actually I am waiting for QF to upgrade their fleet with latest J before going for it, and or at least try the QF A380 J.

    Actually I prefer CX Cirrus J 333 than SQ J 388 as it is more secluded and also you don't have to get out of seat to convert the seat to bed which is required for SQ J.

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    Re: Suites savers now available

    Double suite from Aus to Europe is definitely possible, I booked 2x suite from Sydney to CDG in mid-December 2013 and 2x suite from CDG to Sydney in mid-Jan 2014, this was done about a month ago.

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    Re: Suites savers now available

    I have scanned a few cities for a future trip - ZRH, CDG and LHR for 2 X Suite Savers and availability seems really good on all 3 even 3-4 months out with inventory available nearly daily. FRA is a hit/miss. The only issue is schedules on the way back from ZRH and CDG which have less A380 frequencies and this results in a very long layover if you insist on having Suites the whole way through - CDG-SIN-MEL or CDG-SIN-SYD for instance connects from an A380 to a 777 if you just want a straightforward connection, otherwise the next A380s down to either city don't seem to depart until late evening.
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    Re: Suites savers now available

    Quote Originally Posted by edison View Post
    Actually I am waiting for QF to upgrade their fleet with latest J before going for it, and or at least try the QF A380 J.

    Actually I prefer CX Cirrus J 333 than SQ J 388 as it is more secluded and also you don't have to get out of seat to convert the seat to bed which is required for SQ J.
    Agree re: SQ J 388 but still prefer it over QFs current angled flat on 333.
    Haven't tried CX yet but its on the list.
    I too am waiting patiently for the new 333 QF seats late next year, they look good.

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    Re: Suites savers now available

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith009 View Post
    I have scanned a few cities for a future trip - ZRH, CDG and LHR for 2 X Suite Savers and availability seems really good on all 3 even 3-4 months out with inventory available nearly daily. FRA is a hit/miss. The only issue is schedules on the way back from ZRH and CDG which have less A380 frequencies and this results in a very long layover if you insist on having Suites the whole way through - CDG-SIN-MEL or CDG-SIN-SYD for instance connects from an A380 to a 777 if you just want a straightforward connection, otherwise the next A380s down to either city don't seem to depart until late evening.
    Thanks for this Keith009. I'm looking at a similar option for travel in May. Doesn't look as exciting. Maybe it will open up closer to the time. Thanks for the data points.

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    Re: Suites savers now available

    I don't think suites open up later like J does, as the consensus seems to be 2x seats is max released and if they're not available it means already booked. Until someone cancels or waitlist.

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    Re: Suites savers now available

    SQ have been treating me kindly in the last week or so with these comparatively late redemption bookings;

    2 x Suite Saver SIN-NRT and return mid January
    1 x Suite Saver SIN-FRA and return early February

    Travel plans might always change closer to the date, but always good to have SQ Suites to fall back on - they're cheap to cancel!

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    Re: Suites savers now available

    Quote Originally Posted by infinity View Post
    Asked at the transit desk if I could go later on the Suites flights (2 hours later- no prblems with the connect time in SIN, just less time in PDR).
    Same deal here. Currently writing to you aboard my first Suites experience on SQ222. Was firm in F on SQ306 (SIN-LHR 777) but asked at check-in if I could be moved to the earlier flight, SQ322 (380). So now it's suites all the way to LHR!

    They were kind enough to check me through to PRG, even though that sector is with BA. Nice work SQ!
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    Re: Suites savers now available

    Trying to book the new 777-300ER LHR-SIN, but can't when going through to MEL, on LHR-SIN-MEL

    Only appears when looking at LHR-SIN-MEL

    Damn website....

    Interesting that you can "fly ahead" that's great too

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    I apologise. I am 46 years old and have given up chasing my hair as it races towards my back. I run a longstanding and successful company and I sit on 3 boards. You could say I'm conservative and , well, mature. I'm sorry, but I am excited like a little kid at the prospect of my first Suites experience on Monday, which I deem to be abnormal. I've only flown F once before (not counting the dodgy US domestic offering), so my expectations are high.
    Yippee! And special thanks to the folks on here who not only made me aware of Suite Savers, but also the various interesting means of accumulating the points to get on them.
    Trip report from a wide-eyed newbie's perspective as soon as I get the smile off my face.
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