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cheetzie

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  1. And I thought you really didn't care about me.
  2. Snooze filter away MM but why ask me to "Then go on" then? I am far from "getting mixed up" as well - your accusation is at the very least naïve. Anyway, I have no intention in convincing you or any one else as that was not the purpose of my original post. I am more than happy with the lounges I use via my Priority Pass card and it serves me really well as I travel frequently throughout the year. Furthermore, I have no idea why you brought up the fact that the specific airline business lounges are in a "different league" as I know that already since I have used them for years. There is no "getting mixed up" from me. Have a great evening!
  3. It’s all in my original post. Please you go back again but read carefully this time sir.
  4. Yes, Emirates has always been a good airline. One of my first trips to Thailand was from Manchester and Emirates was the airline I used. The plane to Dubai was a Airbus 310. That was a long time ago but I enjoyed it. The airport was was much smaller then.
  5. No. I don’t have priority pass from a credit card. 2 hour nibble? Splash of water? What do you mean?
  6. Personally I don’t mind the stopover as long as I can use one of the business lounges and the transfer time is no more than 2 hours. They are both good airlines but unless I book premium economy with EVA (Business class is too expensive for me with EVA) I wouldn’t fly with them in the cramped economy. As for Emirates the stopover is a welcome relief to squeeze out of the economy seat and have a wander round to use one of the business lounges. I can enter one of the lounges by using my priority pass card and then take a refreshing shower and enjoy a peaceful meal. Emirates don’t offer premium economy as far as I know.
  7. Easter is always expensive unless you are able to book way in advance. I’m going back in 4 weeks and flights with Qatar to Bkk from Lhr are still only £440 return for 4 week trip. I bought mine 6 months ago with Oman for just under £400 return.
  8. You have my sympathies Smiler. At least I was there for only 2 hours and that was grim.
  9. Yes the airline has been in a lot of trouble recently and Many flights cancelled last week as well. Flew with them twice in the past and I have to say they were a good airline back then. However the transfer via Mumbai was horrendous and I vowed never to fly again with them.
  10. It’s a good forum and there are some very interesting topics to follow. I’ve been a member a long time and whilst not a prolific poster, I’ve always kept in touch with Pattaya via the forum especially when back in England.
  11. Always have chicken noodles late lunch in there after cinema in the avenue. Very good place and there is a stall that does superb smoothies.
  12. That's what I thought. Flew only economy with them before and sure had beers on the plane. Kuwait airlines is definitely dry though. Think with Gulf Air they don't serve wines from what I have read up but beers are served.
  13. They do come up quite frequently at that price for Gulf Air Business Class but sometimes have a long layover in Bahrain. Sure you can find a transit hotel at the airport for a sleep for a few hours or use the comfy business lounge. In August, I've got a 8 hour layover flying with Swissair to BKK via Zurich and have booked a transit hotel day room inside the airport for 6 hours.
  14. Oh yeah - I forgot about that. Wonder what Rangers fans think about that.
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