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JAL Domestic First Class

JAL Domestic First Class: All You Need to Know

JAL is the only airline to offer three classes of service on domestic flights around Japan. In addition to economy class, it offers Class J and first class. While Class J doesn’t offer service differentiated from economy class other than a larger seat, domestic first class service is considerably differentiated from the other two classes.

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Flying on Jeju Air with a Baby

Flying on Jeju Air with a Baby: Bassinets, Baggage, Strollers, Meals & More

The last flight of our Christmas trip to Europe had us flying from Seoul Incheon to Shizuoka on the Korean low-cost airline Jeju Air. Like on the flights we took with our baby daughter before that, we traveled with her as an infant on lap. Continue reading to learn more about our experience and the

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Flying on LOT with a Baby

Flying on LOT with a Baby: Bassinets, Baggage, Strollers, Meals & More

My daughter’s second long-haul trip had us flying on three LOT Polish Airlines flights including two long-hauls and a short-haul. I wrote this guide since infant-related policies and service vary depending on the airline. Continue reading to learn all you need to know before booking a LOT ticket for your baby – and to see

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JAL First Class Routes, Seats, Service & Other Things to Know

Japan Airlines remains one of the few airlines to still offer a distinct international first class product. While JAL’s first class is not the best in the world (at least until the new A350-1000 flies to more destinations), it is still a solid product. Continue reading to learn more about JAL first class including what

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ANA Premium Class

ANA Premium Class: A Guide to the Airline’s Domestic First Class

Of the twenty or so domestic airlines flying around Japan, only two – ANA and JAL – offer first class. ANA’s domestic first class is called Premium Class and, in addition to larger seats, also offers considerably differentiated service. That said, it comes at a non-negligible price premium. Continue reading to learn all you need

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