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    emirates hands down
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    Emirates.

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    UNITED WITH THE NEW 787...


    Oh wait, nevermind, the plane sucks and the company sucks LOL. In all seriousness though, Emirates, Qatar, and all those big guys over there are boss but I never fly there. From what I've experienced though, Air France Business and United Business are pretty good to go to Europe.

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    For short or medium distance trips Aegean , star alliance member, just to feel safer..
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    Whomever has the cheapest ticket to my destination.
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    Air France on the A380 out of Dulles.

    I slum it in coach class when I'm paying for myself, and their A380 actually has about the same space and TV screen size as other airlines business class. I fly out of Dulles mostly, and none of the others come close imo.

    It sucks that their flights skyrocketed in price for me, I ended up getting Gold on United last year since they were the cheapest for most of my trips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Shake View Post
    Whomever has the cheapest ticket to my destination.
    I have seen tickets for ,1000 miile distance trips, to cost as little as 14usd with ryanair one way.. but i wonder if safety is on the same level as other airlines like swiss air or lufthansa..
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    Emirates or Delta

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    Air NZ is the best in my opinion - not only b/c i live here now
    Singapore is also semi decent, except their lounges are whack

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    Emirates

    Always been impressed with Virgin Atlantic also.

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