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Jan 27th 2010 12:57PM I'm underwhelmed, and disappointed after the big buildup. This 'solution' is worthless for single travelers (think businessmen), and problematic for couples (and flite attendants). What will happen on a lightly loaded flite where some have paid for the extra half-seat, and others get a 3-across for free - will ANZ give refunds, or will they piss off the passengers? Conversely, what happens on a fully-loaded flite - is ANZ really going to give up revenue on all those half-seats, or will they yank them away from couples who thought they were going to get a lie down?
How annoyed are people going to be when they find out how uncomfortable is it to try and sleep in a three-across? What about all those feet that WILL be sticking out into the aisle, blocking carts and pedestrians? Not to mention the nookie factor.
While I applaud the attempt, this implementation is lacking.
Jul 10th 2009 10:55PM Coffee and a bun (croissant, bagel, tuna croquet, hard roll, pork bun, watercress buns at Holiday Inn Macau yum yum, Chinese steamed cake, whatever is local). No matter where I am in the world, that's it.
Life is too short to squander fat-laden calories on breakfast, especially in the face of such intriguing international cuisine.