Class rating 9.1
- Boarding 10.0
- Seat for sitting 10.0
- Seat for sleeping 0.0
- Service 9.0
- Entertainment 10.0
- Food & drink 9.0
- Punctuality 10.0
- Baggage 6.0
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Envoy is US Airways' long-haul business class cabin. There are two types, firstly the old-style inclined seat, known simply as Envoy and secondly the new lie-flat product referred to as the Envoy Suite.
Envoy is found on Boeing 757s and 767s that mainly fly transatlantic. On the 757, the seat reclines up to 160 degrees and offers lumbar support and adjustable headrest. The bigger 767s allow a 170-degree recline in a pod-style seat with a moveable divider. Both seats have power points and on demand entertainment.
Envoy Suite is found on all Airbus A330-200 and A330-300s. Seats are in an innovative herringbone layout in a 1-2-1 format and are 180-degree flat. All face forward. The new cabin offers full AVOD entertainment and all seats have power points, satellite phone and a USB port. Envoy Suite is featured on most flights between the U.S. and Frankfurt, Munich, London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Paris, Rome, Rio de Janeiro, Madrid and Tel Aviv.
There is a full business class menu with three course meals, made to order salads, restaurant-style entrees and dessert plus premium wine, spirits and champagne.
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History: Semi-frequent traveller(s), our respective families are located on different continents, we have an elementary school aged child, so all of us have traveled sighnificantly on US-Brazil, US-Germany and Germany-Brazil roundtrips over the last several years. I have thus begun to appreciate US Airway's Dividend Miles program, a much better value than, say, SQ or... more