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Old Feb 15, 07, 2:51 pm
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Read mileage run forum about super premium fares to begin!
Did you mean this forum? I can't find any reference to NH. Sorry to be a pain, but I guess I still need help (this is probably why I'm still paying through the nose for C). PM me if this is getting off the cheeseburger thread.
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Old Feb 15, 07, 4:23 pm
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Yes, that's right. Start with reading that thread and it should give you a few ideas and then ask some more questions there . Remember to keep in mind the time line of the thread,
those old fares no longer exist, but others do at a somewhat highter price point.
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Old Feb 16, 07, 4:48 pm
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Did you mean this forum? I can't find any reference to NH. Sorry to be a pain, but I guess I still need help (this is probably why I'm still paying through the nose for C). PM me if this is getting off the cheeseburger thread.
Mcg1000 how is your studying going?
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Old Feb 16, 07, 9:39 pm
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It's slow work -- there's 44 pages. It looks like travel has to originate in Colombo or Bangkok to get the good delas which is far from ideal. Is this the way you travel?
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Old Feb 17, 07, 3:20 am
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I have traveled this way, as have many others , it's actually quite nice! Keep reading and digging around!
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Old Feb 17, 07, 4:40 am
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Personally I prefer Krug over the Super Cheeseburger in ANA F.
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Old Feb 17, 07, 6:11 am
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Originally Posted by holtju2 View Post
Personally I prefer Krug over the Super Cheeseburger in ANA F.
Look am an honest hard-working man who likes a cheeseburger and is happy in C. Please stop lording it over me with your Krug and your caviar and your F-class pyjamas.
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Old Feb 18, 07, 12:40 am
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Originally Posted by holtju2 View Post
Personally I prefer Krug over the Super Cheeseburger in ANA F.
Actually you should try the CheeseBurger WITH the Krug.
It was very nice last time I tried
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Old Feb 18, 07, 6:33 am
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........ your F-class pyjamas.
NH doesn't have pyjamas , I used my PJ's from a TG F flight earlier that day!
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Old Feb 18, 07, 2:59 pm
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NH doesn't have pyjamas , I used my PJ's from a TG F flight earlier that day!
I had some very nice "sleepwear" (trousers and a kimono-style top with a belt) on my NRT-ORD in F last week. The amenity kit was empty, though (just a bag that hangs).
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Old Feb 18, 07, 3:04 pm
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Look am an honest hard-working man who likes a cheeseburger and is happy in C. Please stop lording it over me with your Krug and your caviar and your F-class pyjamas.
I flew NRT-ORD last week (in F), they had the cheeseburger in both classes, per the FA (F and C share mostly the same snacks menu). I would bet that they would get you one from F if you asked and explained that you did not want the Japanese choices.

That was one of the best I have ever had! Very moist but not greasy.
Perfect. Served with chips and pickles, olives, mustard, ketchup, mayonnaise.
Very BIG with a sesame seed bun, tomatoes, lettuce, and I believe onion.
And they have colas and beer for drink (more appropriate than Champagne anyway).

I can understand why they put it on the menu - some of the Japanese items can be a bit much for the non-Japanese flyers. Comfort food! They also have a calzone which the FAs told me was a "pizza" - didn't try it, but they said it's the "most popular" (?).

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Old Feb 18, 07, 3:28 pm
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I had some very nice "sleepwear" (trousers and a kimono-style top with a belt) on my NRT-ORD in F last week. The amenity kit was empty, though (just a bag that hangs).
They only offered the "kimono top" last time I flew(did they take them back after?)...... The amenity kit is just a hanging bag, they should then offer different cosmetics to put in from a basket..........


MCG, how are the studies? Did you get any further.........
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Old Feb 18, 07, 10:59 pm
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Originally Posted by Q Shoe Guy View Post
NH doesn't have pyjamas , I used my PJ's from a TG F flight earlier that day!
I do the same but I prefer the top of the SQ (high neck) and the TG trousers !

NH lends you soem sort of kimono top and baggy trousers as well as a very taty sweater
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Old Feb 19, 07, 1:24 am
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The amenity kit is just a hanging bag, they should then offer different cosmetics to put in from a basket..........
After they had carried the "basket" around in F where you were supposed to get whatever toiletries you might require I asked for an amenity kit. The FA had a surprise look but they did assemble one for me.
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Old Feb 19, 07, 5:31 am
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MCG, how are the studies? Did you get any further.........
Not making much progress...
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