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Airlines & Airports

This is a list of the airline carriers that I have flown on and airports I have used.

Updated January 23, 2011
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  1. Average priced "General Tips & Advice" in Seattle, Washington, USA
    I flew on Korean Air from Seattle to Bangkok (on my way to Nepal) in 2008. They seemed to have larger attendants to passenger ratio than other airlines I have flown. The attendants were very attentive and gave excellent service. The seats in coach we…
  2. Expensive "Hotels & Accommodations" in Incheon, South Korea
    If you've ever been stranded at an airport at night and tried to sleep on those uncomfortable chairs, you'll appreciate this. When I was flying home from Nepal, my last layover was in Incheon, South Korea (not far from Seoul). I got there around 6…
  3. Average priced "General Tips & Advice" in Munich, Germany
    When I was stationed in Germany, I flew out of Frankfurt on Lufthansa. It was the first airline I had flown on that wasn't an American-based carrier. I was thoroughly impressed with their service. Of course, this was in the mid-80's, so I have no ide…
  4. Average priced "General Tips & Advice" in United Kingdom
    We flew on Britsh Airways from Seattle to London in 2007. The service was wonderful both directions and the food was slightly better than expected. What ticked me off, however, was that our bags were left sitting on the tarmac in the rain instead of …
  5. Average priced "General Tips & Advice" in Bangkok, Thailand
    I flew on Thai Airways from Bangkok to Kathmandu, Nepal in 2007. The flight attendants were very beautiful in their uniforms that were based on traditional Thai costumes. The seats weren't quite as roomy as those on Korean Air. The food was ok, but a…
  6. Cheap "General Tips & Advice" in Kathmandu, Nepal
    I flew on Buddha Air when I took a mountain flight to see Mount Everest. It was the first time I had flown on a developing country's airline and I was a bit apprehensive. For starters, you know how they attendants tell you to put your seat backs in t…
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