Singapore Creates Impossible Expectations

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    A few weeks ago a hilarious image was circulating the web about the overall examination results for a kid at a primary school in Singapore. As you can see, he got straight "A"s, but under remarks it said "Must work harder for better results. There is still room for improvement." Hah! And that brings me to my flight last night from New York to Frankfurt in Singapore Suites Class -- it was good, but by comparison it wasn't good enough. And that's Singapore's fault. Because they're so good. Let me explain. Back in August I flew from Frankfurt to New York on Singapore Airlines in A380 business class. I was fully expecting to be disappointed, given that the business class cabin has 86 seats, and I had previously almost exclusively flown Singapore Airlines first class on longhaul flights. The post Singapore Creates Impossible Expectations appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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