flew Singapore Airlines from Istanbul to Singapore aboard a Boeing 777-200 in Economy Class.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Guangzhou's airport is very confusing too. It took us about an hour to find our way out to our transport and that was with the assistance of a local!

  2. Couldn't help with this occasion, flight to Guangzhou from Brisbane was delayed two hours and by the time we arrived I had 40 minutes to get to my next plane. I see that you flew china southern not long after I did .

  3. I would be so scared about missing my flight, I must admit the customs line and border patrol at guangzhou was so hectic. I only just made my connecting flight to Thailand

  4. We nearly missed this flight! The customs queue at Istanbul Airport was amazingly long. Had we realised this, we would have not dawdled in a cafe. An enterprising member of our party of three talked her way through the Turkish Airlines Business Class entrance.

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