Cph/arn - klx

Old Jun 14, 18, 11:24 am
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Cph/arn - klx

Just received email from A3 that they will begin direct flights between Scandinavia, flying an A320. When clicking through for a testbooking, it doesn't seem like there's any business class cabin.

Would love to use upgrade coupons for this flight, but guess that would not be possible?
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Old Jun 14, 18, 11:52 am
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Why would you love to use an upgrade coupon for a flight that has no business class?
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Old Jun 14, 18, 12:33 pm
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Sorry for not being clear in my qeustion. I was curious to know how normal it is for A3 not to have J-cabin on such long flights. I guess a number of A320's have been configured this way?

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Old Jun 14, 18, 12:58 pm
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Indeed, some of the *ultra*-touristy-holiday routes are only Y (most (if not all) from HER, RHO, KLX, CFU) and some from ATH as well
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Old Jun 14, 18, 3:46 pm
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They have many routes that are economy only DUB-ATH , MAN-ATH come to mind and they are one of the longest A3 flights.
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Old Jun 15, 18, 1:52 am
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+krk (seasonal route), all Y
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Old Jun 15, 18, 2:08 am
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Originally Posted by groovyfly View Post

I guess a number of A320's have been configured this way?

The aircraft aren't configured differently. The front four rows (or maybe five or six on some aircraft) of the A320 have quite a lot more legroom and C and Y class is divided by a movable curtain, depending on demand. On the A321, all the rows up to the first exit rows have the extra room.
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Old Jun 15, 18, 3:11 am
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yep, and the seat on first rows (usually belongs to J) are more expensive to reserve than others. row 1 and 2 = 15e, afaik
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