|Quoting ODAFZ (Reply 1):|
It is unfortunate that your video stops at 3.23. The meal looks ok although the chocolate cookie looks like a"cheap"treat , The amnities in white color were more looking like like hospital gowns.
Love your take off and landing shoots, quite remarkable.
Thank you for sharing
|Quoting infinit (Reply 3):|
How is the Red Carpet lounge in SFO in terms of the selection of food and leisure amenities?
|Quoting AmricanShamrok (Reply 4):|
Nice video! So is this 747 primarily used for SFO-ORD since it doesn't have lie-flat seats? What was the load like?
|Quoting 767747 (Reply 5):|
Another great video, sfflyer123!
|Quoting caleb1 (Reply 6):|
I recently flew with UAL from IAD to LAX First Class on a three cabin 777. I was extremely disappointed with their inflight meal offering.
|Quoting sfflyer123 (Reply 7):|
It's no comparison to any international lounge. Crackers, cheese, potato chips, soft drinks, and alcohol (which is not free). It's fine for me, but if you were to compare it to an LH senator lounge or a SQ Krisflyer lounge, there is no comparison.
|Quoting infinit (Reply 8):|
The UA lounges I've seen so far were rather limited for food but featured great decor.
|Quoting ba319-131 (Reply 9):|
Nice video, not sure I'd call it a trip report
|Quoting UAL757 (Reply 10):|
Nice TR, saw it on FT. I flew that old config 747 on the upper deck yesterday, and it was disappointing to end up in regular domestic F seats for my connection in ORD. The blankets are also pretty nice (they helped me sleep the whole way to ORD). You've got a creative way of "writing" TRs - keep it up!
|Quoting oa260 (Reply 11):|
Interesting video. Those 744 Upper deck seats havnt change since I was last on them a good few years back. Still love them though