Category: 2017

Lufthansa Economy Class in der Boeing 747-400

Lufthansa Economy Class in the Boeing 747-400 to Dubai

Germany in November: Rain, fog and low temperatures. In order to escape these weather conditions, we looked for a sunny destination very early in February. The decision was made quite quickly for the United Arab Emirates. So we flew on November 03, 2017 with a Boeing 747-400 in Lufthansa Economy Class to Dubai.

Beach on the Gulf of Oman

United Arab Emirates with toddler

Phew, the weather in November is always bad. Why, not even fly into the sun when it is wet and cold in Germany? In the UAE it is always sunny and warm, so this destination was our first long-haul destination with our young son. But is a Muslim country the right choice and how the child can withstand the heat? Different culture, different food, different people ... like relaxing and fond of children the UAE are, you experience the following article.

Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge Frankfurt

Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge Frankfurt

I've read a lot of good things about the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge Frankfurt on various blogs. Some frequent flyers even believe that it is one of the best Star Alliance Gold Lounges at Frankfurt Airport. Before our flight to Dubai we had time to visit the lounge.

Entrance to the SAS Gold Lounge Oslo

SAS Gold Lounge Oslo

With the SAS Gold Lounge Oslo SAS Scandinavian Airlines has created a space to work, relax and enjoy traveling. As we liked the stay, you experience the Lounge Review.

Air Canada Business Class in the Boeing 777-300ER

Air Canada Business Class in the Boeing 777-300ER to London

Thanks to an error-fares we flew in January 2017 with the Air Canada Business Class in the Boeing 777-300ER from Toronto to London. In contrast to the Business Class in the Airbus A330, the cabin in the Boeing 777-300ER is much more comfortable and meets the current standard. You can find out in our Trip Report whether the new Executive Pod seats were also convincing.

Receipt of the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge Toronto International

Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge Toronto International

The Maple Leaf Lounge network of Air Canada includes over 20 lounges worldwide. The Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is home to three of these, of which one national, one serving the cross-border (ie flights to the USA) and international gates. Access get passengers traveling in business class or first class Star Alliance Star Alliance Gold members and are holders of selected credit cards. We visited the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge Toronto International in January 2017 before flying with Air Canada to London.

United Club am Flughafen Seattle

United Club am Flughafen Seattle

The lounges of United Airlines in the past were not known for their facilities and range of food and beverages. However, the new "Polaris" business class has begun since the introduction to renovate the United clubs and improve the services offered. The United Club at Seattle was one of the first lounges, which was already equipped with the new design. More about our stay in January 2017 you learn in the review.

Planespotting am Boeing Work

Planespotting at the Boeing plant / Paine Field Airport

About 50 kilometers north of Seattle is the largest and most important production site by Boeing. Next to the airport Paine Field (Snohomish Country Airport), the widebody Boeing 747, 767, 777 and 787 produced in the second largest building in the world. As with any visit to Seattle we were this time for Plane Spotting at the Boeing plant.

Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge Toronto Transborder

Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge Toronto Transborder

Air Canada operates at Toronto Pearson (YYZ) a total of three airport lounges - one for international, national goals and for flights to the United States. On our way to Seattle we visited the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge Toronto Transborder. As we spent time there and what the lounge had to offer everything you learn in the review.

Seattle at night - view from Kerry Park

Seattle experience with the Seattle CityPass

What to see in Seattle? Thanks to the Seattle CityPASS, you can five of the most beautiful attractions of Seattle visit and saves money at the entrance. You get when you buy the pass is a small booklet, in which the Tickets for the attractions. On-site you must do so using nothing more than your ticket booklet to show for it. You will save yourself long waiting times when purchasing a ticket. What are the five attractions are included in the Seattle CityPass, we present to you here.