Class rating 8.4
- Boarding 6.5
- Seat for sitting 8.0
- Seat for sleeping 7.5
- Service 9.0
- Entertainment 7.5
- Food & drink 9.0
- Punctuality 10.0
- Baggage 10.0
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Business class on both the Airbus A321 short/medium-haul aircraft and the A330 long-haul aircraft have a 48-inch seat pitch and all seats are fitted with computer power points. The premium cabin offers a little less legroom than most owing to the shorter nature of the airline's key routes.
Entertainment is via 10.4" personal screens and is AVOD. On the A330 there is also a selection of games.
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This was a RUH-BEY flight, departing at 2115. Boarding was the usual RUH pandemonium, but I managed to be first in line and left the chaos behind, as I boarded, to be greeted by surprised crew, as no-one had informed them that pax were on the way. They quickly recovered their composure and I was shown to my seat (1A) and offered juice before departure, as well as... more
This was a FRA-BEY hop, 3 hours 30 minutes, in a 320, with proper business class seats. Boarding at Frankfurt was orderly and I was shown to my seat by the cabin crew, offered a pre-flight drink and had my after departure drinks order taken. The aperitif service had a fully stocked bar and was served with nuts. A hot towel service came before lunch, which was... more