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    Seth, do you think *Golds will have access to the premium seat at no cost?

  2. Etihad doesn't see need for Premium Economy on new wow-worthy A380s, 787s | Runway GirlRunway Girl

    […] Left open to interpretation was whether Etihad’s competitors would be fingering their craniums out of fear of the new competition or wonder as to why Etihad went so far off the deep end in pursuing the premium passenger. Lufthansa, for instance, is removing first class from a large number of its long-haul aircraft, and embracing Premium Economy. […]

  3. Etihad doesn't see need for Premium Economy on A380s, 787s | Runway GirlRunway Girl

    […] Left open to interpretation was whether Etihad’s competitors would be fingering their craniums out of fear of the new competition or wonder as to why Etihad went so far off the deep end in pursuing the premium passenger. Lufthansa, for instance, is removing first class from a large number of its long-haul aircraft, and embracing Premium Economy. […]

  4. Some airplane seats which I cannot wait to fly | Wandering Aramean

    […] Lufthansa’s premium economy seat doesn’t have me especially excited, but given the relatively cramped offering they have for regular economy anything is a step up there. And having now seen the seat in person I’ll concede that it is a decent Premium Economy offer. I think that the leg rest will be rather useless for passengers taller than 5′ 8″ but that’s OK since it is only in the bulkhead row anyways, right? […]