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Review: Saudia First Class 777-300ER Riyadh To Dubai

I boarded through the forward door at around 5:30PM, where I was greeted by the cabin supervisor, as well as the two lovely Filipino flight attendants who would be taking care of me. I was escorted to my seat, 2A. This was exactly the same aircraft I had flown from New York to Riyadh, so I won't post many cabin pictures this time around. A few minutes after settling in I was offered a hot or cold towel -- I selected a cold towel this time around.
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