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  1. Business Class Seating on LH748i - FlyerTalk Forums

    […] IMO. Any more specific questions I can try to answer? Just got off the inaugural an hour ago. Some more photos here. __________________ Wandering Aramean | Twitter | Lounge Guide | Travel […]

  2. David Backman Rorke
    David Backman Rorke at |

    So far I enjoyed yourTR.. Question I have why do you think the upper Biz class is more noisier then the main deck?

  3. Trip report from the inaugural 748i flight FRA-IAD - FlyerTalk Forums

    […] with the new Y seats, though I certainly wouldn't object to being in C or F instead. I started writing up my experience on the 747-8i (albeit a bit out of order because I figured folks would want to read about the actual flight more […]

  4. Gyro
    Gyro at |

    Given your comments on leg space in Economy class it would be interesting to know how tall you are?

  5. Gyro
    Gyro at |

    OK, thanks for the quick response. I had some hopes up for a minute, but Mary’s picture and the fact that I am 6’3″, convinced me to not even try doing Lufthansa economy again in the 747-8i.

  6. Where to sit (and not to sit!) on the Lufthansa 747-8i - The Wandering Aramean

    […] decent amount of time on Lufthansa‘s 747-8i during the press events last week and also on the inaugural flight from Frankfurt to Dulles I’ve put together a quick guide on which seats are good and bad on board the aircraft. […]

  7. PointsHoarder 4 – Sardines in a Can? | PointsHoarder

    […] Celebrating the Inaugural 747-8i: In flight (Wandering Aramean) […]

  8. Taking advantage of my favorite elite benefit - The Wandering Aramean

    […] future or to ensure access to flights which I otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford (both the LH 747-8i inaugural and the UA HNL-IAD inaugural were awards for me). I also book them for vacations with my wife, and […]

  9. Inaugural Flights-New Aircraft - FlyerTalk Forums

    […] was on the inaugural commercial service of the 747-8i. It was a lot of fun. That said, the vast majority of the passengers were just folks who needed to […]