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whitch airline is best to travel to australia with

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1. Posted by wazzab19 (Budding Member 2 posts) 4y

hi i am looking to book a flight to australia as i am goin to travel for a year and work . and i am looking for some help

i.e witch airline to travel with
witch airline is the most comfortable
and witch airline is friendly with good service . i am looking for a good airline for comfort realy seeing as i suffer with siatica i would just like some help with everthing realy

thanks hope to get chatting :)

2. Posted by CheersT (Travel Guru 2477 posts) 4y

No one can give any opinion on which airline when you give no clue whatsoever where you are flying from.


3. Posted by Daawgon (Travel Guru 1997 posts) 4y

I'll guess at somewhere in Europe, right? I am a very picky customer when it comes to airlines - I fly to SE Asia from the States, and will now only use Asiana Airlines of Korea. From Europe they fly from London, Paris, Frankfurt and Istanbul - all flights go though Seoul, where you would transfer for their Sydney flight. It's my belief that Asiana has the very best economy class - roomy B772 equipment, very comfortable, excellent/friendly service. Don't just take my word for it, here are the reviews.

The only real problem with this airline is it's website - looks nice, but difficult to use. I book my flights on the third party sites such as Expedia or Orbitz. If you need the slightest help or to reserve a specific seat (after booking), just call their phone number in your country - they always say "yes" to all of my requests (how many airlines do that?)

You will be pleased with this airline - I can guarantee that much!

[ Edit: Edited on 03-Jul-2012, at 11:16 by Daawgon ]

4. Posted by wazzab19 (Budding Member 2 posts) 4y

hi sorry my bad im etheir flying from london heathrow or gatwick to sydney australia .

hi thanks daawagon asiana are comein up alot as im searching i will look at reviews thanks for your help

5. Posted by CheersT (Travel Guru 2477 posts) 4y

Great info, Daawgon. You're right about the website though, it is a bit of a dog's breakfast...


6. Posted by rotch (Full Member 38 posts) 4y

You can use Emirates

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