Lufthansa Equipment Change: BRU-MUC

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Lufthansa Equipment Change is part of the ANA, Take Me ‘Round the World Trip Report.


Some aviation geeks can tell the difference between an A330 and A320. I cannot. However, I can tell the difference between a big plane and a mini plane. After leaving the BRU THE LOFT Lounge, I looked forward to a nap en route to Munich. Expecting a jumbo jet, I was surprised when there was not a jetway to the aircraft and was more surprised when I boarded this tiny plane with the exact same seats in business as coach. The only difference was the sign that said business class. This unannounced plane change was fine because the flight was short, though it does take a bit away from my boastful post about flying 22k miles in business on ANA for 125k MR.

Even an AV Geek knows that this is not an A320.
Note the business class sign

Despite the short flight, food was provided and the flight attendant was attentive. She seemed disappointed that I didn’t want bread and that I didn’t want anything to drink besides water. Maybe she had read the blog and was expecting more energy from TPOL.

Better than United Polaris appetizer

3 COMMENTS

  1. My wife and I flew Lufthansa ATH-FRA last November. I forget the plane type, but it was 3×3 across, with the middle seat left empty due to “business class”, even though it was the exact same seats. They served us food that looked kind of similar to yours, which really isn’t bad for a short haul within Europe. Maybe the US could learn about short haul catering from LH while they could learn about premium seats from anyone but AA.

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