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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) 3 Jul '12 09:58

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, 1498 posts) 3 Jul '12 10:05

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

Cheers,
Terry

3. Posted by Daawgon (Travel Guru, 1940 posts) 3 Jul '12 11:07

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) 3 Jul '12 11:39

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, 1498 posts) 3 Jul '12 13:55

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

Cheers,
Terry

6. Posted by rotch (Full Member, 38 posts) 7 Jul '12 14:02

You can use Emirates

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