Checked out of the hotel and got on our way to the airport around 6am.
The check in desks were located in terminal 2C. There were 2 desks for premium travellers and we waited while others were being helped. The check in agent who helped us was very kind and efficiently checked us through DXB. We were informed that we did not have access to the lounge but it was not the greatest loss in the world as the only lounge available for access was the American Airlines lounge.
We went through priority immigration / security quickly and into the airside area.
Fast forward to 30 minutes before departure and boarding was called.
SQ parked next to us and AC taxi-ing in the background.
8K for me and 9K for the Mrs. We were in the mini J cabin.
A lime and mint drink to start.
A peek at the menu.
Daniel was the cabin crew member serving our side of the cabin and was phenomenal throughout our flight. He was so cheerful and very helpful. We were informed by the captain that there was a small delay in pushback due to traffic congestion at CDG but we eventually pushed back.
After a smooth climb out out of CDG, the seat belts signs were turned off and the cabin crew got into action. Service began with some bubbly and warm nuts.
Lunch service began shortly after with the a salmon starter.
Seafood soup up next. Peppery but delicious.
Followed by Osso Bucco.
For some reason, the dessert course was missed by the crew for both myself and the Mrs but we didn’t mind.
The view never gets old.
The rest of the flight passed by quickly and we started our descent into Doha.
Cleared our as we descended lower.
Although it was short (less than 6 hours), it was still a fantastic flight and we got the opportunity to fly the worlds best business class. Would fly this product again in a heartbeat and would definitely try a long haul flight next time.