Owing to the fantastic coma-like sleep (likely alcohol induced) I had in British Airways’ ageing Club World business class cabin last year to Dublin, I elected to repeat the cycle again this year for my yearly crusade back to Dublin.
With one of the most last-minute, 3-week long travel extravaganzas of my life suddenly hurtling at me, I was delighted to finally have a chance to try Emirates Business Class on an epic journey all the way from Kuala
I was recently – and very unusually – sent somewhere other than the 7-11 for work and thankfully, without so much as uttering a word about not wanting to travel in economy, I was kindly put up in nothing less
For the roughly 6-hour flight to Seoul and back, business class fares were uncharacteristically low and, spying an opportunity to not have to sit down the back for the overnighter, I jumped at the chance to trial Malaysia Airlines’ long-haul
This year I’ve been incredibly lucky (and most uncharacteristic) not to have to ‘partake’ in any economy travel, barring the trip to Saigon back in February with AirAsia. This has largely come about due to some absolutely intense premium class