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1. Japan Airlines 787 Business Class - Tokyo to Seattle

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I flew Japan Airlines 787 business class en route back from my Spring 2021 trip to Asia.

Japan Airlines offers the world-famous Apex Suites in business class, giving you total privacy in the window seat. This was my second long-haul journey on this product, and the nine-hour journey from Tokyo to Seattle seemed to fly by.

After landing, I also had to cross the land border from Seattle to Vancouver to get home and avoid Canada's three-night hotel quarantine for inbound air passengers.

Booked with: 68,000 Asia Miles + $186 for Hong Kong–Tokyo–Seattle in premium economy and business class

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0:00 First Class Lounge
0:53 Boarding
1:31 Cabin
2:05 Seat Tour
3:05 Takeoff
4:16 Dinner
6:10 In-Flight
7:24 Pre-Arrival Meal
7:59 Landing Views
9:06 Crossing the US/Canada Border






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3. Why Airplanes Fly On A Curved Path

Have you ever flown somewhere and see the inflight map showing the curved route your airplane was taking? You might wonder why would the plane took the seemingly longer pathway to reach the destination, instead of flying a straight line from the departing point to the destined airport you are going to land. So, what is the reason behind this?
Hello everyone, welcome back to another episode of Military TV. In today’s session, we are going to discuss why do airplanes take a curved path when flying. So sit back and keep watching this video ‘till the end.
Surprisingly, the reasons behind the phenomenon of curved path are relatively simple physics and mathematics. The earth is a 3-dimensional sphere, and because of the spherical shape, the circumference of the Earth is much greater around the equator than it is in higher or lower latitudes towards the poles. While we tend to recreate a flat map to represent the Earth, it doesn’t reflect on the real condition of the planet. That’s why when staring at a 2-dimensional map, the route taken by flights could be perplexing, as it doesn’t take into account the round shape of the Earth.

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4. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport - SEA - Complete Airport Tour

Thanks for watching this tour of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport!

As a lifelong traveler, I never get tired of the process of boarding a plane going somewhere new and exciting, and one of the little pleasures I enjoy is seeing a new airport on the way to my destination.

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, or "Sea-Tac," is the busiest airport in the American Pacific Northwest, and it's the eighth busiest in the United States. It's home to a Delta hub and, perhaps more importantly, Alaska Airlines, a large, legacy carrier that provides non-stop service to eighty destinations across North America from SEA. The region has long been associated with aviation, travel, and innovation, so it stands to reason that their airport would be easy to use, efficient, and no-nonsense.

This tour covers all six of Seattle's airside concourses, including four primary concourses and two satellite concourses, connected to the terminal via two separate underground people movers. I was there during the very early morning for a short layover, but it was enough time to see it all!

Seattle's a great departure and arrival airport, and if you're connecting like I was, you won't have any problem getting to your gate if you follow this tour.

Feel free to ask questions or share your comments about SEA below. I love hearing from you and having your insight available for everyone to enjoy!

Airports are our gateway to the world, and I hope you enjoy this and other airport tour videos from Miles by Foot!

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Video Timeline
00:00 - Intro
00:30 - Terminal Overview
00:45 - Concourse A (Delta, United, Air Canada)
01:45 - Concourse B and Airside Central Pavilion (Southwest, Spirit, JetBlue)
02:15 - Concourse C (Alaska Airlines)
02:55 - Concourse D (Alaska, Frontier, American)
03:45 - Concourse N (Alaska Airlines)
04:15 - Using the People Mover
04:40 - Concourse S (Long Haul, International)
05:00 - Conclusion
05:45 - End Screen


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5. 11 Hours in the Most Expensive Seat on Japan's Cheapest Airline

Is it possible to pay just $1,000 to fly roundtrip to Tokyo in a lie-flat seat? Yes, but there's a catch! ZipAir is a brand-new airline that is a low-cost carrier out of Japan. They offer a product called the ZIP Full Flat, which gives you many of the comforts of business class at a low, low price. But is ZipAir business class? Not quite! There's a huge mistake you need to know about “ZipAir business class”, otherwise you could have a terrible time on this flight. I'll show you how to avoid that mistake, and I'll bring you along as our family flies from Los Angeles to Tokyo and back on "ZipAir Full Flat"! Watch till the end because I'll tell you exactly how much we paid!

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7. Why Planes Don't Fly Straight but take curved flight path

Why Planes Don't Fly Straight but take curved flight path ?

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Ever been on a long haul international flight and wondered why your aircraft is taking a long curved routes between the departure and destination ?

Well in this video, I explain why do airplanes take a curved path and NOT a straight and shorter route with the help of an amazing demonstration, that you can yourself perform at your home using very simple globe and some strings.

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8. Why Planes Don't Fly Over the Pacific Ocean

Why do airlines avoid the Pacific Ocean? You might think it was a safety issue. The Pacific is the largest and deepest of the world’s oceans. If a plane encounters a problem over a seemingly endless and bottomless pond of water, the pilots are going to have a rough time finding a safe spot to set her down.

Guessing that it is a safety precaution wouldn't be entirely wrong. When planning a route, many pilots prefer to maximize the number of airports along their path. Emergencies are incredibly rare relative to how many planes take to the skies every day. That said, it isn’t the main reason airlines tend to avoid making a straight shot east to west...

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It's all about three-dimensional spaces? 1:08
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Turbulence over water 6:01
Flying with a jet stream VS. flying into it 6:27
What clear-air turbulence is 7:46

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- When planning a route, many pilots prefer to maximize the number of airports along their path.
- Excluding special circumstances such as passing through the jet streams or other meteorological concerns, the fastest route is almost always the one closest to a straight line.
- On a 2D map, making a giant rainbow to avoid the Pacific Ocean looks like a much longer route. But since the Earth is a sphere, a straight line is going to look very different in three-dimensional spaces.
- The combination of the two factors, the curvature of the Earth and its extra equatorial width, mean that curving toward the poles is a shorter distance than flying (what seems like on a map) “straight” across!
- Another reason planes will sometimes brave an oceanic voyage is to take advantage of the smoother ride. Even in clear weather, there’s much less turbulence over water than over land.
- The other primary consideration for determining flight paths are air currents, namely the jet streams. These high-altitude air currents exist near the top of the troposphere.
- There are 4 main jet streams, 2 in each hemisphere, and thanks to the Earth’s rotation, they mostly flow west to east.
- Flying with a jet stream can shave several hours off of a trip, but flying into it can slow the plane down considerably.
- It’s also worth noting the risks associated with jet streams. The biggest hazard is a kind of turbulence known as clear-air turbulence, which occurs along the edges of the streams.
- The jet stream mostly affects things tens of thousands of feet in the air, and the curvature of the Earth doesn’t really matter unless you’re traveling hundreds of miles per hour over vast distances.

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9. Is the earth spherical or flat Airlines tell us the answer

Expected travel times between airports would be very different if we lived on a flat earth. For example, flying from Sydney, Australia to Santiago, Chile would be around 22 hours, if it were even possible. Surely it would take much longer than flying from Sydney to Los Angeles, right?

10. Top 10 Longest Flights In The World

The Top 10 longest flights in the world, as of 2018-2020. The new longest flight in the world, both by distance and time in the air, is about 9,534 miles and 19 hours. Can you imagine spending that many hours straight on an airplane? One must be mentally prepared for such day-long flights. The flight times listed in the video, are current as of October 2018, though these tend to vary due to factors like weather, climate conditions, and airport traffic at different times of the year. With all that in mind, here are the 10 longest flights in the world.


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Review by Andrew Leong

Route: Tokyo, Narita (NRT) to Kuala Lumpur (KUL)
Time: 6hrs 40mins
Flight: JL723
Date: 14th November 2019
Aircraft: JA-871J (2 years)
Seat: 53K
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14. 14 hrs Alone in Japan Airlines First Class to Tokyo

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Join me onboard Japan Airlines First Class all the way over to Tokyo. What's more, I'll have the entire cabin to myself for 14 hours. As always with my trip reports, I'll share with you all elements of the experience from the luxurious bed, Japanese tasting menu, caviar and various premium amenities.

Starting in Chicago, my flight will cross the international date line, meaning technically I will be onboard for two days before arriving into Tokyo's Narita Airport. Given I've recently travelled onboard Singapore Airlines First Class, as well as ANA First Suites (both on their Boeing 777-300ER) I feel this review will be an interesting point of comparison between key luxury airline products in the Asian region. Have you flown JAL before, and if so what was your flight like?

0:00 Introduction
2:05 The Lounge
3:05 Getting Onboard
6:00 Suite Tour
6:38 Food Service
10:19 The bed
10:54 Day Two
12:17 Parting Gifts
13:13 Japan

15. $12,000 First Class on Japan Airlines | Los Angeles🇺🇸 - Tokyo🇯🇵

Today, we are going to fly on Japan Airlines’ $12,000 First Class flight.

Fee: 12,000USD/1,600,000JPY/15,000CAD/950,000INR/15,640,000KRW/11,735EUR/10,000GBP
or 70,000 JAL Mileage points + Surcharge. (one-way)
Route: Los Angeles - Tokyo (Narita) 12 hours, 8773 Km/5451mi.
Flt number: Japan Airlines 61
Type: First Class.
Experience: Jimmy Neutron

0:00 Introduction
0:40 Map & Price
1:47 Lounge 1
2:14 Lounge 2
3:56 Boarding.
5:28 Seat tour & Amenities.
7:36 First Class Meal. (Dinner)
13:50 Sleep in First Class.
14:40 Midnight Snack.
16:16 Breakfast (First Class)
17:53 Arrival in Tokyo, Japan
18:55 Thanks for watching!