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Has anyone done this one yet? I'm interested to hear how it is compared to Qantas/A380. I'm about to book and I'm tempted to try the Dreamliner to mix it up a bit. Thanks!
 

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Likewise . Having made several flights to USA and UK on the A380 it was a remarkable improvement over other craft. I am now wondering if the dreamliner is an improvement over the A380 and thus worth the drop in QFF points
 
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My sister flew it pre XMAS and coming home in a few days and is still raving about it - I am trying to work out how and when I can try it also. She loved both soft and hard products - surpringly she cannot speak highly enough of service from crew - go figure.
 

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My sister flew it pre XMAS and coming home in a few days and is still raving about it - I am trying to work out how and when I can try it also. She loved both soft and hard products - surpringly she cannot speak highly enough of service from crew - go figure.
J or Y? if Y, (or J for that matter) and considering UA's previous TPAC product, they might be onto something!
 
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J or Y? if Y, (or J for that matter) and considering UA's previous TPAC product, they might be onto something!
Sorry clearly I should have stated J - YES she is raving about it - said crew were surprisingly younger - male and female could not have done more to help ALL pax in J cabin - only half full she said - cabin not crew - and they were just so jovial and upbeat the whole time. She did say crew demeanour reminded her of VA crew on MEL-LAX route in its early days - young fresh jovial joking caring - I do so remember how those VA crews just knocked my sox off first couple times I flew with them so if the UA experience anything like that then let me at it..
 

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Sorry clearly I should have stated J - YES she is raving about it - said crew were surprisingly younger - male and female could not have done more to help ALL pax in J cabin - only half full she said - cabin not crew - and they were just so jovial and upbeat the whole time. She did say crew demeanour reminded her of VA crew on MEL-LAX route in its early days - young fresh jovial joking caring - I do so remember how those VA crews just knocked my sox off first couple times I flew with them so if the UA experience anything like that then let me at it..
The younger crew were probably so happy to get a crack at a TPAC premium cabin :) . I've always understood with UA more 'senior' crew get first choice. I wrote in a trip report of flying F in UA 747 TPAC that the FAs in that cabin were very 'senior' indeed. I recalled thinking on sitting down that if there was an emergency, the passengers would be very much on their own.
 
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