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To all those lucky enough to fly First Class :mrgreen: there is an article in todays Fin Review Magazine reviewing the best of the best.

I found it very interesting to see how the other half live!

Hopefully I can experience it one day.
 
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Currently sitting in Cathay HK FC lounge.

As uncle benny (Leathal Weapon) would say "its broodey marverous".

How does it rate in the article?
 

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Gazza said:
Currently sitting in Cathay HK FC lounge.

As uncle benny (Leathal Weapon) would say "its broodey marverous".

How does it rate in the article?

Both HKG Cathay lounges are "broodey marverous". Truly what a F lounge should be!

May have to track down one of the work copies of Fin Review and read the article. If that fails, I'm sure I have electronic access to it in some form or another.

(Used to read the Fin Review daily, but stopped about 3 years ago. Still good for an occasional read though)
 

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I think the first class lounge in Tom Price is great. Drinks are cold (you have to pay for them, but they are cheap), there is smoking and non smoking areas, also there is mobile free areas, and best of all none of the seats recline. :D :D :D
 

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Reggie said:
I think the first class lounge in Tom Price is great. Drinks are cold (you have to pay for them, but they are cheap), there is smoking and non smoking areas, also there is mobile free areas, and best of all none of the seats recline. :D :D :D

Sorry Reggie, I hope I don't get the pleasure for a while. :roll: :shock: :x :p
 

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Reggie said:
I think the first class lounge in Tom Price is great. Drinks are cold (you have to pay for them, but they are cheap), there is smoking and non smoking areas, also there is mobile free areas, and best of all none of the seats recline. :D :D :D

I do have Tom Price on my "At some stage go visit" schedule.


Mind you, TP is behind Armidale and several other high ranking Autralian towns, so my visit may not be for a while....
 

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Mal said:
Mind you, TP is behind Armidale and several other high ranking Autralian towns, so my visit may not be for a while....

I do need to ask :oops: :oops:

Where does Dubbo fit into your plans :?:
 

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Frankfurt First Class Terminal is easily the best I've experienced. There's a mini write up and dinner and bar menu in my latest trip report.
 

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straitman said:
Sorry Reggie, I hope I don't get the pleasure for a while. :roll: :shock: :x :p

No need to appologise Straitman. The lounge dragons are easy to deal with, they let anyone in for a smoke and a stubbie. No turning away of lower levels of status or seating.
 

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straitman said:
I do need to ask :oops: :oops:

Where does Dubbo fit into your plans :?:

When a suitable SCRun that involves Dubbo comes up?

Or maybe when I'm down in NSW and feel like going for a drive out to Dubbo!
 
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