|Quoting DALelite (Reply 1):|
But food looks very average, domesticaly and internationaly
|Quoting AALuxuryLiner (Reply 2):|
I really enjoyed this video TR. You caught some great shots. The seating looks comfortable and food looks decent on the ORD-LHR-ORD legs. Thanks for taking the time to video and post. It's the only way I get to fly Biz or First is on this forum! LOL
|Quoting Burj (Reply 3):|
Very cool! Love the videos! So with UA J class lie flats...is it at all possible to get from the window seat to the aisle if the aisle is fully reclined?
|Quoting ual777uk (Reply 4):|
Great TR, well done.
I love those seats out of LHR and I especially love the afternoon tea with the scones and cream!!
|Quoting robso2 (Reply 5):|
Great vid as always! Enjoy your commentary too
I think the ham/bacon meat you had in the Star lounge was gammon? The porridge in the BMI lounge did not look particularly good, I agree, although these days we often have porridge with 'Golden Syrup' (don't know if you get that in the US), demerara sugar or honey - I always like some blueberries in it too! So next time you are in Britain, try it with one of those, it's quite nice!
I must say the new lie-flat UA product looks rather good, much better than my perhaps biased thoughts of what it was like. Hope you enjoyed your stay!
|Quoting 767747 (Reply 6):|
Another great video report!
United looks to offer a really nice lie-flat seat in Business; I'm not as impressed with the food, but looks like a nice way to go to London!
Love those views of the Boeing engines during takeoff too ... The thrust is incredible! Thanks for all the interesting facts.
|Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 8):|
jsut love these video TRs!
Now, I know I prop sound like a broken record by now based on what everyone else said but the food on the ORD-LHR leg didn't look at that to me. I mean, SFO-ORD I don't really expect much from domestic F and it seemed to be typical as to what I would find on DL, CO (although AA's food is always tops IMHO) but for the international leg I qould have expected at elasta full salad! It seems like the same bowl size on a domestic leg. At least with DL you get a soup/salad (full plate). Granted, they have to distinguish between C and J but this is all the reason why people like to fly the hybrids that is DL and was CO.
|Quoting sfflyer123 (Reply 7):|
Thank you. Clotted cream is just awesome. I wishe we had it here in the USA.
|Quoting BeakerLTN (Reply 10):|
Love your comments on the food!
The 'fatty ham/bacon' your refer to is called 'back bacon'. It's the bit that's connected to the 'streaky' bacon sold in the US. I've never really been sure why only streaky is sold in the US when the nice meaty bit is cut off!
..and porridge is dull! - You have to add honey/sugar or if you're mad and Scottish, then salt
|Quoting UA772IAD (Reply 11):|
You can buy it in America!
When I lived in San Francisco, I believe Mollie Stone's or Whole Foods sold it. I'm sure any of those swanky Nob Hill markets carry it as well.
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