330lover
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BRU-EZE / GIG-BRU On KL/AF Or AZ?

Wed Jun 20, 2012 1:23 pm

Hi there,

a long time ago I asked on this forum some info about flights to EZE. By now, the plans have changed a little bit.
At this moment, 2 options seem good to me. What are your opinions on them?

1/
BRU-AMS-EZE on KL, flying F70 and 772
GIG-CDG-ZYR on AF, flying 744 and riging tgv

2/
BRU-FCO-EZE on AZ, flying 321 and 772
GIG-FCO-BRU on AZ, flying 332 and 321


Any info is welcome.
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rafabullara
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RE: BRU-EZE / GIG-BRU On KL/AF Or AZ?

Sat Jun 23, 2012 7:12 pm

If i was you i would avoid AZ 777 since it's cabin it's old fashioned and are not well maintained. Check it out on Trip Report forum
 
TW
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RE: BRU-EZE / GIG-BRU On KL/AF Or AZ?

Sat Jun 23, 2012 11:57 pm

I would rather take LH or TP but given your options I would go for KL and AF because taking the train from CDG to ZYR is comfortable and convenient, much more than flying. OTOH, given your love for 330's, AZ might be better.
 
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RE: BRU-EZE / GIG-BRU On KL/AF Or AZ?

Sun Jun 24, 2012 2:39 pm

As these airlines are combinable on half return basis, you should check and see if you are able to combine outbound flt of itinerary 1 with inbound flt of itinerary 2. Should work normally, and you'd have a 330 on AZ which is reported quite ok (not flown it personally).
 
330lover
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RE: BRU-EZE / GIG-BRU On KL/AF Or AZ?

Mon Jun 25, 2012 7:16 am

Quoting rafabullara (Reply 1):
If i was you i would avoid AZ 777 since it's cabin it's old fashioned and are not well maintained. Check it out on Trip Report forum

Config of this flight is 3-4-3, with also new C and premium Y. So I thought also Y got renoveted since originally they had 3-3-3.
And is it so that on row 40, there's some more legroom at window seat due to the angled position of the seats (curvature of the fuselage)?
Britten Norman Islander VP-FBR on Falkland Islands. THAT'S FLYING!
 
330lover
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RE: BRU-EZE / GIG-BRU On KL/AF Or AZ?

Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:48 pm

Quoting 330lover (Reply 4):
Config of this flight is 3-4-3, with also new C and premium Y. So I thought also Y got renoveted since originally they had 3-3-3.
And is it so that on row 40, there's some more legroom at window seat due to the angled position of the seats (curvature of the fuselage)?

No one at AZ who can shed a light on this?
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