Post Profile






Best Ways To Book Etihad First Class – Using Points & Miles…

People in economy are forced to focus on square inches. Every inch of legroom, pitch, width and seat back entertainment screen can make a huge difference. But in Etihad A380 First Class, we’re moving up the measurement system. Etihad First Class offers more square footage than any other first class cabin, with a separate seat […] The post Best Ways To Book Etihad First Class – Using Points & Miles… appeared first on God Save The Points.
read more

share

Related Posts


Double or triple miles, plus 25% off reward flights – with Etihad

Travel / Air Travel : BoardingArea

Etihad is currently offering double Etihad Guest miles/tier points in Economy Class, and triple miles/tier points in Business and First Class, on flights booked by 22 March 2015. In case you’re unsure, Etihad Guest miles are what yo...

American AAdvantage Can Book First Class Etihad Awards Again!

Travel / Air Travel : View From the Wing

There was apparently a technical glitch preventing American AAdvantage from booking Etihad first class award seats. That's been resolved -- first class awards are back! Continue reading American AAdvantage Can Book First Class Etiha...

American Airlines Backs Off 29 Inch Pitch Economy, But It’s Not All Good News

Travel / Air Travel : View From the Wing

Six weeks ago it was revealed that American planned to reduce seat pitch (the distance from seat back to seat back) in 3 rows of economy on new Boeing 737s from 31 inches to 29 inches, shrinking the rest of coach from 31 inches to 3...

Cheap way to try Etihad’s first class apartment

Travel / Air Travel : BoardingArea

Etihad’s apartments on their A380 aircraft are arguably the best first class seats in the sky. While they can be booked with Velocity, Etihad Guest or Aadvantage miles they’re generally pretty hard to come by cheaply on revenue tick...

Singapore Introduces the “Future of Premium Economy” – Leather Seats, Amenity Kits, Book the Cook, & More

Travel / Air Travel : BoardingArea

Singapore Airlines today introduced its Premium Economy Class which it says cost $80M and two years to develop. Service beings in August and includes a new leather seat with a width of 18.5/19.5 inches, 8 inches of recline, and a se...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC