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Rating an airline - China Southern Airlines
Dhalphirdon't you open that trapdooryou're a fool if you dareRegistered Userregular
In middle of next year, my wife and I are flying to Belgium for our second wedding reception for my wife's family. We're currently shopping around for deals...we plan to leave early June and arrive back in Perth, Australia in late June.
We've found a few flights with airlines around the 3000-3200 USD mark and we'd like to stick close to that if we can.
My primary question is that we found an ideal flight with China Southern Airlines flying from Perth to Amsterdam. However, reading some reviews of that airline - the in flight entertainment seems very very limited - some reviews even saying there was no English in-flight entertainment. This is a big problem for me - I usually cannot sleep on planes, and thus an 11 hour flight with nothing but a Kindle for entertainment sounds to me like torture and will be a total dealbreaker. However, its possible that the reviews mentioning the lack of English IFE were for flights using China Southern Air flying to or from China itself - and I can kind of understand that. Would this apply to all of the airlines flights? Does anyone have personal experience with this?