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About Those new Japan Airlines Business Class Seats.

Jake Redman March 25, 2016

Get Ready to lie Flat Japan Airlines is upgrading the seats on their fleet of 11 777-200ER aircraft. The refreshed interiors will start making appearances in July of 2016 on flights between Tokyo (HND) and Bangkok (BKK). Tokyo (HND)- Singapore, and flights between Japan and Honolulu will see the new cabins in the Fall and Winter of 2016. But how are these new Japan Airlines Business Class seats different than what you’ll find on similar JAL planes and what will you find in the cabins behind business? Let’s start at the front… A Business Class Comparison The most exciting news is that unlike business […]

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Japan Airlines Business Class Appetizer Course


How Japan Airlines is Making us Drool…again | Food on Planes

Jake Redman February 26, 2016

JAL Business Class Gets a new Chef. On select international routes Japan Airlines Business Class menu is getting a refreshed menu curated by it’s new celebrity chef partner Jun Kurogi, owner and chief cook of Tokyo’s “Kurogi”. JAL says the chef “pursues simply seasoned Japanese Cuisine, which brings out the natural flavors of each ingredient”. The new Japan Airlines Business Class menu debuts March 1, 2016 on flights from Japan to New York (JFK), London (LHR), Singapore (SIN) and Jakarta (CGK). Other routes follow in the Summer and early Fall 2016. This multi-course Japanese menu is made up of several […]

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JFK’s new Lounge, Japan & an App That Proves You’re Healthy.

Jake Redman October 9, 2020

Jake shares an embarrassing moment of lost patience before diving into news about the new Flagship Centurion lounge at JFK, an app that proves you’re healthy and an airline that’s hangin’ in there. Plus, we talk about where we’d want to live in Asia on the arrival of some sort of normal. Dig in and listen now… Show Links -This digital health pass could make travel easier soon.-Amex opens a shiny new Centurion lounge at JFK. (Video Tour Below)-Southwest holds off on furloughs…for now. News Transcript You’re holding on to Global Entry, pre-check, maybe Clear? Well you may be adding […]

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Korea at the 2016 New York Times Travel Show


These Airlines Stole The New York Times Travel Show

Jake Redman January 11, 2016

TThe New York Times Travel Show isn’t necessarily a showcase for airlines as much as it is for destinations, so it’s not a surprise we weren’t swimming in premium seat mock-ups and route announcements. In fact there was no more than a small handful of airlines on hand. The biggest concentration of carriers were found within the China corner of the Asian Pavilion, sporting many of the country’s bigger airlines: China Eastern, China Southern, Air China, etc. Our short list of favorites starts with China Eastern who recently announced new daily service between Chicago and Shanghai starting in March aboard the 777-300ER. The route will […]

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Jetstar Asia and JetStar Japan A320

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Jetstar Asia + Jetstar Japan | Airline Profiles

Jake Redman December 28, 2015

Jetstar Asia and Jetstar Japan are sister airlines that provide low-cost air travel in East and Southeast Asia. Their parent company Jetstar Airways is a subsidiary of Qantas Airlines of Australia. Budget-minded air travelers served by these airlines will find convenience, comfort and amenities for a pleasant trip. Booking Flights Jetstar Website Booking a Jetstar Asia flight online is easily done by following a few simple steps. Input screens automatically adjust for the next input item Choose City of Flight Origination Choose Destination Choose Flight Date Choose Return Date Choose number of Adults and Children Making the Flight The screen […]

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SkyMark Airlines A330-300 Premium Economy. A Pointless Review.

Jake Redman February 2, 2015

Our review of this SkyMark Airlines A330-300 premium seat is just a little more than a day late…and the airline, several dollars short. SkyMark entered Japans version of Bankruptcy last week so while this piece may be less helpful in travel planning, it might lend an idea as to why the short haul premium-coach widebody idea didn’t work.

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