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Pregame | "Austritalia" – Austrian Business Class & Trenitalia First

Jake Redman April 12, 2013

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Because we’re here to show you what’s good and bad about being in the air and at (or near) the airport, it’s not often we get to SEE the cities we visit. But this one is also our vacation. So slowly, through next week, You’ll see us in Austrian Business Class & Trenitalia (Train) First Class, here’s what we’re looking forward to:

Where we’re going: Florence & Venice Italy.

Follow: #Austritalia

Products we’ll be using:

Austrian Airlines new International Business Class.

There’s some hype about these seats. These are the same make as those Swiss Airlines installed in 2010 but with some changes in style and how they’re configured aboard the aircraft. Here’s Austrian’s dance tribute to their new product.

I’ve got moves, but not like the ones it Austrian’s promo video for their new Business Class. [Video: Austrian Airlines]


Trenitalia’s Frecciargento high-speed train in First Class.

Roomy looking seats with “welcome” service and higher level of service. We’ll try seats at the very front and middle section of a first class car.

Wow. I’m loading Beethoven’s Fifth into my iPod right now. [Credit: Official Trenitalia Promo video via ACPRail]

We’ll also give you peeks at one of the newest additions to the Room-mate hotel collection, “Luca” and spotlight an apartment property in Venice. Follow #Altitalia on twitter through April 21 for updates. Or…This modhop Monday (April 15, 2013) our tweets will be carefully curated alongside galleries and posts from our other social outlets (foursquare, instagram, etc).

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Jake Redman

Jake Redman

Modhop Host & Founder Jake Redman brings years of global exploration and travel tips to the podcast and our videos at Modhop. Jake is also a Producer and Host for SiriusXM.

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