Korean Air New Prestige Class ICN-TPE Full Video Review

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Do you prefer Asiana Airlines or Korean Air

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  1. ohianjo
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    Hi Everyone,

    It has been a while since I made a video review, but I just flew KE on a newly reconfigured A333 from ICN to TPE (did not want to be stuck on CI again...)

    I am a diehard *A flyer, so having 3 roundtrip flights on Skyteam from Taipei/Kaohsiung this month is a bit of a new thing for me (to ICN/HKG/NGO).

    Let me know what you think, or what you want to see in future. I prefer making video reports as they give a good perspective as to the whole feeling of the cabin and catering services [​IMG]

    KOREAN AIR A330 NEW PRESTIGE CLASS VIDEO REVIEW

    http://youtu.be/etMh9fuzHr4

    I have about 6 other flight reviews (SQ Suites/Regional Business, ANA/EVA business) So have a click and see what you like [​IMG]
     
  2. Jimgotkp
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    Very nice. Not a fan of KE's product compared to OZ, I admit I'm a bit biased :) I'm disappointed in KE's F hard product on the A380 since I feel it's underwhelming compared to a few carriers with the A380.
     
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  3. ohianjo
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    Intra-Asia, after this flight, KE wins hands down (this coming from an OZ diamond plus member).... unless I am on an OZ 747 (in F)...
     
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    Nice vid. I love flying KE as well, specially from Toronto. Haven't tried business class, though. Hope to be on business one day.
     

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