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Old Jul 8, 12, 5:01 pm   #1
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SQ (A380-800) J vs. OZ (747-200) F

I know I'm posting in the SQ forum, so you may be bias, but I'd like some honest opinions.

Which would be better: F on OZ or J on the SQ388?
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Old Jul 8, 12, 7:22 pm   #2
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I'm moving this to the *A forum where you may get a better opinion between the 2 airlines there ..

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Old Jul 9, 12, 1:45 am   #3
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I know I'm posting in the SQ forum, so you may be bias, but I'd like some honest opinions.

Which would be better: F on OZ or J on the SQ388?
OZ F.
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Old Jul 9, 12, 2:32 am   #4
  
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Another vote for OZ. I even prefer OZ F over SQ F (both 777 and 747).
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Another vote for OZ. I even prefer OZ F over SQ F (both 777 and 747).
This.

You're comparing C and F here... there is no contest.
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First is First - Well except for Air China
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First is First - Well except for Air China
CA and UA F are roughly equal, imo. (not a good thing, just saying)
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CA and UA F are roughly equal, imo. (not a good thing, just saying)
I would say F on CA 77W is better than UA F.
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What route(s) are you flying? AFAIK, there are no routes where SQ A380 and OZ 747 both fly.

Also, OZ only has 747-400, not 747-200.

Agree with others however, F is F, J is not F, so take OZ, assuming the price/routing/schedule is reasonable. (Also, I'm not a huge fan of the SQ cubicles.)
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Old Jul 12, 12, 5:06 pm   #10
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What route(s) are you flying? AFAIK, there are no routes where SQ A380 and OZ 747 both fly.

Also, OZ only has 747-400, not 747-200.

Agree with others however, F is F, J is not F, so take OZ, assuming the price/routing/schedule is reasonable. (Also, I'm not a huge fan of the SQ cubicles.)
I'm flying ICN-LAX(orSFO). I decided to take OZF and am quite pleased with my decision
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