Constructive Criticism of La Premiere

Old Nov 8, 19, 3:53 pm
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Mrs. Rosensfole would love the red pen. So far she's claimed all but one of my normal La PremiŤre black and grey ones.
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Old Nov 8, 19, 5:46 pm
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Originally Posted by rosensfole View Post
Mrs. Rosensfole would love the red pen. So far she's claimed all but one of my normal La PremiŤre black and grey ones.
That's funny as my wife is forcing me to bring all black and grey pens so she can use them
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Old Nov 9, 19, 1:28 am
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What's the thing to the right of the keychain? It looks like a car key.
itís a USB stick.
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Old Nov 9, 19, 4:05 am
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In a few days it is showtime for me as well. I am flying in the 77W to LAX in P
I arrive around 9 AM in the morning, I booked already massage at 10:30. Departure to LAX is at 13:10.
But Iím unsure what the best regarding the food.
From what time is the lunch card available? I actually would like to try some lunch dishes rather than breakfast options like an omelet or a cereal.

Then I can eat later in the aircraft and maybe skip the arrival meal in P when there is no space left in my stomach anymore

I know so first world problems but I would like to get the most out of it
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Old Nov 9, 19, 12:08 pm
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Originally Posted by BobTL View Post
In a few days it is showtime for me as well. I am flying in the 77W to LAX in P
I arrive around 9 AM in the morning, I booked already massage at 10:30. Departure to LAX is at 13:10.
But Iím unsure what the best regarding the food.
From what time is the lunch card available? I actually would like to try some lunch dishes rather than breakfast options like an omelet or a cereal.

Then I can eat later in the aircraft and maybe skip the arrival meal in P when there is no space left in my stomach anymore

I know so first world problems but I would like to get the most out of it
I believe you can have the lunch menu in the lounge at any time.
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Old Nov 10, 19, 1:29 am
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Thanks. Just wrote to them, I hope they read their mails very rapidly.
They do, I got my response within hours.
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I believe you can have the lunch menu in the lounge at any time.
And multiple times
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Old Nov 13, 19, 2:31 am
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Originally Posted by SFO777 View Post
Looks like AF recently tightened up that loophole so that you can no longer book a cheap throwaway Economy return... at least on NA routes.
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I believe you can have the lunch menu in the lounge at any time.
Iím now in the lounge, 9:30 and they actually only serve from the breakfast card. So thatís good to know. Couldnít resist the waffles anyway
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Old Nov 13, 19, 5:11 am
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Originally Posted by BobTL View Post
Iím now in the lounge, 9:30 and they actually only serve from the breakfast card. So thatís good to know. Couldnít resist the waffles anyway
Correction. The breakfast menu is given but the lunch menu is always available. I asked an agent.
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Old Nov 13, 19, 4:20 pm
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Eesh, that's good to know. I always get breakfast assuming they don't serve lunch. Perhaps you can ask them to crack an egg over the coquillettes too
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Old Nov 13, 19, 8:32 pm
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I asked and received the above via e-mail from the nice people at la premiere, can't wait to try the menu in January
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Old Nov 14, 19, 4:47 pm
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I am looking forward to my first P experience. Perhaps there will be more to follow. Is there a dedicated email address as I will have some unusual issues at LHR. Thank You!
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Old Nov 14, 19, 5:27 pm
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Originally Posted by In2ishn View Post
I am looking forward to my first P experience. Perhaps there will be more to follow. Is there a dedicated email address as I will have some unusual issues at LHR. Thank You!
What kind of unusual issues are you planning in LHR ?
Anyway, if you are in LHR, the local staff is the one who will help you to cope with any issue, not an email address.
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Old Nov 14, 19, 6:44 pm
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Originally Posted by Goldorak View Post
What kind of unusual issues are you planning in LHR ?
Anyway, if you are in LHR, the local staff is the one who will help you to cope with any issue, not an email address.
Yes and they're pretty good and proactive compared to other airports.

You will probably be contacted the day before to double check if you need anything special in LHR
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First trip in LP next year
Due to a schedule change from JNB, the lay over in Paris goes from 10h to 21h (AF995 to AF702). Assuming that AF does not pay the hotel and the lounge closes at night, if i buy a separate domestic ticket (with tight connection as it's the last flight of the day), will AF/JNB staff allow to check the luggage through the other destination?
Any other alternative?
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