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An Air France Airbus A380.

I flew on an Air France Airbus A380 2 years before the airline suddenly retired the world’s largest passenger plane — here’s what it...

Air France never bothered to update the aircraft's interior but it was one of the most enjoyable flights I've ever taken.

I flew first class on Delta from Orlando to New York and found it wasn’t anywhere close to worth the extra cost

While $159 for a first-class seat is usually a good deal, I would've had pretty much the same experience had I been in economy on this flight.

I flew on a 3-hour Etihad A320 regional flight, and it didn’t even compare to the airline’s opulent long-distance ones

Before getting to fly on Etihad's luxurious double-decker A380, I flew to the airline's Abu Dhabi hub on one of its regional narrow-body planes.
Airport staff walk next to an EgyptAir aircraft after it landed on the runway at Cairo Airport

I flew 6 hours in EgyptAir economy class and it showed me even the most basic flag carrier can be better than most American airlines

EgyptAir may not compete with top flag carriers like Etihad or Emirates, but it is far better than what you'd find on many US airlines.
A Vietjet Air flight at Seoul's Incheon International Airport.

I flew on Vietnam’s award-winning budget airline known for its bikini-clad flight attendants 3 times in one week, and it was an emotional roller...

I flew on three Vietjet Air flights in less than a week on a recent trip to Vietnam. Here is what flying on the budget airline is really like.
$160 felt like a small price to pay for the premium upgrade.

I compared economy and premium economy on British Airways one week apart, and for less than $200, I’d upgrade every time

Ultimately, £125 ($163) felt like a small price to pay for a second checked bag, a wider, more comfortable seat, extra leg room, and better food.

I compared economy and premium economy on British Airways one week apart, and for less than $200, I’d upgrade every time

Ultimately, £125 ($163) felt like a small price to pay for a second checked bag, a wider, more comfortable seat, extra leg room, and better food.

I flew from New York to Los Angeles with Jetblue and saw why people are obsessed with the airline

Free Wi-Fi, bountiful snacks, and kind and helpful flight attendants made my cross-country flight on Jetblue easy-breezy.

I sat in every type of seat on Qantas’ new world’s longest flight from New York to Sydney, Australia. Here’s what they were like.

We sat in business class, premium economy, and coach to test all of the seats on Qantas' Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. Here's what each seat is like.
I flew from New York to Austin, Texas with JetBlue. Then I flew back with American Airlines. My experience with JetBlue was better.

I flew nonstop domestic economy on both American Airlines and JetBlue to see which was better, and JetBlue had a slight edge

JetBlue and American Airlines have similar ratings when it comes to US domestic flights. But my experience with Jet Blue was slightly better.