CDG. The TGV pulls up right up to the airport. Not to mention the RER connections.Jump to post
Sounds a little bit like a Kawasaki P-1 to me. Although, the P1 is a military aircraft...
Makes me laugh. Mid-July of this past summer, I was on my way to my grandmother's funeral MIA-CDG. Just when I had a "can things get any worse" thought, the pilots came over the PA to announce that the plane (AA 77E) had a navigational instrument issue. Took two hours for them to resolve it.Jump to post
I would have to vote for Tam. Flew them from MIA-MAO circa 2008. I was in Y for the roughly six-hour flight on a 767-300ER. The seats were old, but my gosh, they were comfortable as can be. The departure was early in the morning, and I slept nearly the entire flight. I recall the breakfast and servi...Jump to post