TG J Class amenity kits?

Old Apr 16, 2019, 3:06 am
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Yes, MD out, Lacoste in seems to be a pattern. FCO-BKK , Lacoste again.
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Old Apr 20, 2019, 9:18 pm
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Red/yellow MD on 465 BKK-MEL. I noticed AT LEAST 6-8 left behind when I was getting off. Obviously my good taste in liking these is not universal.
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Old Apr 21, 2019, 2:09 am
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Originally Posted by paolo64
Red/yellow MD on 465 BKK-MEL. I noticed AT LEAST 6-8 left behind when I was getting off. Obviously my good taste in liking these is not universal.
To be fair though, I think a lot of pax do not really care about taking the amenity kits home and just leave them onboard.

I should stop too as it is filling up my cupboard space!
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Old Apr 21, 2019, 2:21 am
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Originally Posted by SKT-DK


To be fair though, I think a lot of pax do not really care about taking the amenity kits home and just leave them onboard.

I should stop too as it is filling up my cupboard space!
I do try to apply them for practical purposes. E.g. flights with no amenity kit, friends unplanned staying over, packing cables and chargers in my carry on, and a few other purposes Though that still leaves me building the inventory faster than I can use them. The much despised United Airlines tins are very useful coffee and tea containers in the kitchen. Whish they were still around since I never got many of those.
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Old Apr 23, 2019, 4:16 am
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Originally Posted by CPH-Flyer
I do try to apply them for practical purposes. E.g. flights with no amenity kit, friends unplanned staying over, packing cables and chargers in my carry on, and a few other purposes Though that still leaves me building the inventory faster than I can use them. The much despised United Airlines tins are very useful coffee and tea containers in the kitchen. Whish they were still around since I never got many of those.
I have put a few of the Samsonite and Furla cases to good use for various cables/chargers/batterypacks - very handy indeed. I still use two (very) old First Class bags for toiletries when travelling.
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