BA OpenSkies B757 Prem Plus

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    laurentnguyen3
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    ORY-EWR in Prem Plus in Dec 2012.

    Orly West terminal is very small and inconvenient to spend a long waiting time in (very few food options, and shops) and Prem Plus do not get access to the lounge.
    Apart from that for the flight itself: boarding was relatively efficient. The seat is quite wide and comfortable, wider than Economy “plus” seats in other airlines like Virgin or BA. However the cabin has a very old and dated feel about it.

    Going through the BizBed cabin, it didn’t seems worth going from Prem Plus to BizBed, unless you really wanted to sleep but for a daytime flight it doesn’t seem relevant.

    A stand comes out of under the armrest to put an iPad on. The pro is you can either use the stand or set the iPad on the table and really adjust the viewing angle. The way it is attached to the stand could be improved though, it will fall off if you incline the stand too much.

    Food was ok but nothing spectacular. For the rest, nothing to really complaint about but nothing stands out either.


    VintageKrug
    Participant

    On a day flight, PremPlus seems to be a good option.

    http://www.flyopenskies.com/en/

    Not cheap, though…

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