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Dobson - Answered a Question by mcwatt (10 Sep 08 21:15)

Yes. Flight was smooth. Seats are spacious and we had TVs in the headrest. We could choose films, TV programmes, music channels and games. Staff were polite, friendly and efficient. We've flown with them twice - the most recent during Easter 2008. Hope to fly with them again Easter 2010.

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Leake - Answered a Question by mcwatt (11 Sep 08 09:17)

I totally agree with the previous answer the legroom is more generous than BA (Econonmy) although the seats are narrower. The staff were efficient, the food wasn't great but eatable and the drinks were free (however, we cruised with Fred. Olsen although I suspect P and O cruises will be do the same).

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Miller - Answered a Question by mcwatt (11 Sep 08 09:46)

I flew from Gatwick to Lima (Peru) with them amd found they were very good.Much better than most of the charter competition.

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