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Bralo20 wrote:It's a big improvement however, I would have added 110/230 volts in Y also!
tolipanebas wrote:There's an USB port however, so you can recharge your low power items that way in Y....
European flights in b.flex, intercontinental ones in business class. Since I last flew Brussels Airlines in b.flex, there has been a significant decline in service. A year ago, you received a little tray with a salad, a cold meal and hot bread rolls. Now, it is down to a sandwich or a croissant depending on the time of day. European business class seemed to be down-graded, too. In business, you get now what you used to get in b.flex. Intercontinental flights in business class, however, were quite a different matter. On the way out to Banjul, the plane was equipped with the new business-class seats. In one row the seating arrangement is 1-2-1, in the next 2-1-2. Beds are fully lie-flat beds now. Meals were of an excellent quality for airline food, and flight attendants were attentive and constantly refilled your glasses. On the return to Brussels, the cabin layout in business class was the old 2-2-2 seating, so no lie-flat beds, which was a pity as it was a night flight departing at 22.45 local time. Service was a bit rushed, but then everyone was eager to get at least a couple of hours of sleep before breakfast was served at 5.45 CET.
MR_Boeing wrote:Brussels Airlines was awarded by Global Traveler (the leading American business traveler magazine) in the catagory "Best overall International Business Class wines". They ended on the 3rd place in the catagory for champagne in business class.
sn26567 wrote:Also viewtopic.php?p=267453#p267453 since this morning...
b-west wrote:Could somebody post an overview listing which planes have been refurbished with the new interior?