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First Class Flight To Japan


first class flight to japan
    first class
  • the highest rank in a classification
  • excellent: very good;of the highest quality; "made an excellent speech"; "the school has excellent teachers"; "a first-class mind"
  • Of the best quality
  • Of or relating to the best accommodations in a train, ship, or plane
  • by first class conveyance; with first class accommodations; "we always travel first class"
  • Of or relating to a class of mail given priority
    flight
  • a formation of aircraft in flight
  • an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight
  • shoot a bird in flight
  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace
    japan
  • Cover (something) with a hard black varnish
  • a constitutional monarchy occupying the Japanese Archipelago; a world leader in electronics and automobile manufacture and ship building
  • a string of more than 3,000 islands to the east of Asia extending 1,300 miles between the Sea of Japan and the western Pacific Ocean
  • coat with a lacquer, as done in Japan

JAL First Class Dinner Service
JAL First Class Dinner Service
Flying domestically within Japan, JAL does not offer two different types of meals as they do with International flights. Nope, just Japanese :P I suppose that is to be expected! It was pretty good, though, and I discovered a new love in Hibiki 12 year Whisky. On the way home I bought a bottle of 21 year, it could be 40 years old by the time I open it, but I'm sure it's wonderful! I am a little surprised they still managed to do a meal service, as due to turbulence (very stormy weather near Fukuoka!) they didn't start serving until just over half an hour left in the flight. But, they got it all done quickly~! On board JAL flight #336, a fully loaded Boeing 777-200, from FUK Fukuoka Airport, to HND Haneda Tokyo International Airport in Tokyo, Japan. Japan Airline's domestic first class is pretty nice, and very competitively priced. It is just a small upgrade (about 10,000 JPY) from the regular fare, and cheaper than the green car on the Shinkansen which takes nearly 6 hours... while this flight takes just an hour! Flying domestically in Japan is an absolute breeze. You are only advised to show up about 15 minutes before your flight, you're whisked through security in an instant, liquids ARE allowed on the plane, you don't have to take off your clothes (presumably they understand a metal detector would detect something under your jacket), they start boarding the plane about 10 minutes prior to departure, everybody lines up orderly, you scan a barcode on your ticket yourself, and proceed to your seat on the plane, which leaves on time. Compare that to the HOURS long process in Canada, or the United States.
JAL First Class Blanket
JAL First Class Blanket
Just in case you forget what airline you're on, or where you're sitting, your blanket tells you. I considered trying to tuck it in to my bag for a keepsake, but... didn't :P On board JAL flight #336, a fully loaded Boeing 777-200, from FUK Fukuoka Airport, to HND Haneda Tokyo International Airport in Tokyo, Japan. Japan Airline's domestic first class is pretty nice, and very competitively priced. It is just a small upgrade (about 10,000 JPY) from the regular fare, and cheaper than the green car on the Shinkansen which takes nearly 6 hours... while this flight takes just over an hour to complete the journey. Flying domestically in Japan is an absolute breeze. You are only advised to show up about 15 minutes before your flight, you're whisked through security in an instant, liquids ARE allowed on the plane, you don't have to take off your clothes (presumably they understand a metal detector would detect something under your jacket), they start boarding the plane about 10 minutes prior to departure, everybody lines up orderly, you scan a barcode on your ticket yourself, and proceed to your seat on the plane, which leaves on time. Compare that to the HOURS long process in Canada, or the United States.

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