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British Airways First Class and a 9 seater in Costa Rica w/pics

British Airways First Class and a 9 seater in Costa Rica w/pics

Old Sep 27, 10, 4:40 pm
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Originally Posted by GodAtum View Post
If you where to put the VS Clubhouse in the list where would it be?
The VS JFK Clubhouse is bottom of the list above because though nice, it is a business class lounge and therefore understandably nowhere near as good as the others, F lounges at their home airport.

I'm led to believe that the LHR Clubhouse is quite special.
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Old Dec 29, 10, 8:09 pm
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Excellent report, thanks

Have always nice experiences
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Old Dec 30, 10, 3:47 am
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Excellent report, thanks

Have always nice experiences
Thank you.

As an aside, I posted this trip report on another site and was contacted by private message by a reader on there. It was the co-pilot on the San Jose to Quepos flight who recognised himself in one of the photos!
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Old Jan 24, 11, 9:21 am
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That was one of the greatest trip reports I have ever read! I especially liked your choice of pics and insertion at convenient intervals. Fantastic! You make me quite jealous that I've only once (by mistake no less!) made it to CW, and the old one at that, and never really make it out of WT+! Kudos!
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Old Feb 2, 11, 2:22 pm
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Impressive, thoroughly enjoyed it, keep them coming
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Old Feb 3, 11, 3:55 am
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Great report! Thanks for posting.
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Old Feb 3, 11, 8:56 am
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Originally Posted by joshwex90 View Post
That was one of the greatest trip reports I have ever read! I especially liked your choice of pics and insertion at convenient intervals. Fantastic! You make me quite jealous that I've only once (by mistake no less!) made it to CW, and the old one at that, and never really make it out of WT+! Kudos!
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Impressive, thoroughly enjoyed it, keep them coming
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Great report! Thanks for posting.
Thanks for the kind comments. I have almost finished my report on our trip to New York in Upper Class around Thanksgiving. Will post that soon.
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Old Feb 3, 11, 11:11 am
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Thanks for the kind comments. I have almost finished my report on our trip to New York in Upper Class around Thanksgiving. Will post that soon.
Most definitely looking forward
If you'd like to upgrade me on my upcoming CO, BA, and LX flights, so I can try to follow in your great trip reporting footsteps, it'd be much appreciated
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Old Feb 6, 11, 8:06 am
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Most definitely looking forward
If you'd like to upgrade me on my upcoming CO, BA, and LX flights, so I can try to follow in your great trip reporting footsteps, it'd be much appreciated
If only! It would be great to read your reports. This forum can oft be too F&J heavy so something outside the norm is much appreciated.
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Old Feb 18, 11, 3:39 pm
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Thanks for a great trip report! I am doing my first first(iad/lhr/hel)ln about six weeks. I really enjoyed your descripitions of the cabin, seat, food & wine. I also did not realize you could get tbe menu from You First. How far ahead of time can hyou get it? Is it possible to get the wine list too?

Again, thanks for the TR!
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Old Feb 18, 11, 5:12 pm
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Originally Posted by jmj9905 View Post
Thanks for a great trip report! I am doing my first first(iad/lhr/hel)ln about six weeks. I really enjoyed your descripitions of the cabin, seat, food & wine. I also did not realize you could get tbe menu from You First. How far ahead of time can hyou get it? Is it possible to get the wine list too?

Again, thanks for the TR!
Thanks very much. Enjoy your first First! Assuming your flight is in April, YouFirst will have the menu from early March and will email it you on request. I didn't ask for the wine list in advance and so have no idea whether they have access to it. Given how slowly it changes, I would suspect that they do.

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Old Feb 19, 11, 8:35 am
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Baggageinhall thanks for the information. Yes my flight is in April so I will call in early March.
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Old Feb 19, 11, 11:41 am
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thats cool you can see the front view in the small plane`
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