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Brief review of Asian Airlines

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I just returned from three weeks in Asia, including nine flights. The airlines were United to and from the US. Asiana, China Eastern, Air China, Thai Air, Dragon Air and I think one other that just escapes me right now. Asiana was uncomfortable as can be - we all agreed that the seats are just impossible. The attendants have weirdly time-warp uniforms and the food is probably only appealing to Koreans. The other flights were all wonderful with plenty of leg room and food served even on the shortest flights....Good Food! Good Service! Delightful service.

I could not get over the huge, modern futuristic terminals! Amazing!

Just thought I would share.

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