|Quoting Carduelis (Reply 6):|
Whatever any airline does to so-call improve First class, it will NEVER match by miles the First that my colleauges and I offered on BOAC 707s in the early 60s! Not only did we have a large rotating hors d'euvres trolley, there were two joints of Sirloin carved to your liking at tableside. No airline today even realises not only service but product that we provided, particularly on BOAC's Monarch transatlantic services, which also included indvidual gold plated tea/coffe pots and cutlery together with exemplary stylish British service - with a smile! Oh yes, those WERE the days! Tihs new package looks to much like your own prison cell!
|Quoting AA54Heavy (Reply 8):|
I guess that's fine and dandy, but did BOAC actually make money off of these frills?
|Quoting Stitch (Reply 3):|
EK, QF, and SQ are all expected to offer private cabins for First Class passengers on the A388,
|Quoting Aeroman444 (Reply 1):|
Its going to bring a whole new group to the mile high club.