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Just Y Cabin On Some Major Euro Flights?

Tue May 21, 2002 11:31 pm

I was just wondering whether any European 'flag carriers' operate a single-class service on their intra-Europe flights; I ask because I recently flew Alitalia between LHR and FCO, then MXP and LHR, and in both cases I was either placed in row 1 or 3 (A321); I presumed I had been upgraded to 'Prima' (or whatever it is called) but the layout and service was definitely Y.

In another thread, I was informed that some Alitalia flights operate single-class only (especially in summer); this doesn't surprise me that much, but are there any other carriers that also do this? I was under the impression that all Euro carriers offered 2 classes on their international Euro flights...
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RE: Just Y Cabin On Some Major Euro Flights?

Wed May 22, 2002 12:21 am

Sorry, when I said 'flag carriers', I meant the major, scheduled airlines of Europe, not the charter, or low-cost airlines.
 
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RE: Just Y Cabin On Some Major Euro Flights?

Wed May 22, 2002 12:51 am

SAS is switching to single-class on all of its intra-scandinavian flights (Anything between Norway, Sweden, & Denmark), in addition to the domestic flights which are already single-class.