Hehe Airxliban. I guess it was easily missed.
BMIFlyer/Julesmusician/AirCop I already tried NZ
last summer, and even though it was a really good experience I just want to try something different (I aim to try as many different airlines/aircraft/routings).
|Quoting B742 (Reply 1):|
Are you planning to stop in SIN, SYD or HKG on the way?
No I'm not planning a stop in SIN
...yet. I will be visiting SYD
though after a finish my trip in NZ
|Quoting MarshalN (Reply 6):|
CX with one (wonderful) stop in HKG! How are the timings?
Well the timings are fine. There are 4 LHR
and 2 (depending on the day) HKG
flights. How is the Y product on CX
|Quoting AirxLiban (Reply 4):|
Having flown the two, I'd personally rather fly on BA/QF then CX, but the one benefit of CX is that you only have to make one stop.
It's a tough call. I've flown on all three and wasn't really impressed with CX, at least in economy.
I suppose if I had to choose - I'd like go with CX only because of the 1 stop. If you're up for a little more adventure, so with BA/QF.
Let us know what you choose!
Airxliban, to be honest I'm leaning more towards BA
/QF simply because I think BA
's Y/Y+ product is better than CX
's but also because you get to fly more...more 'adventurous' as you said.
Also for a little extra, I could fly NZ
instead of QF
on the SYD
sector and get to ride on one of their brand new B777s...
ZKSUJ, as a Kiwi I can do with some advice about NZ
if you don't mind. Even though I was in your great country a few months back I do have a question or two.