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Amenity Kit Review: Qatar Airways Children’s Activity Backpack

Here’s a unique one for this installment of Amenity Kit Reviews. Qatar Airways provides activity packs – the style varies by length of flight – to children traveling in any cabin, and this one is pretty spectacular. A very special thanks goes out to Seth over at The Wandering Aramean for sending this one to…

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Top 10 Amenity Kit Reviews Plus a New Index Page

I’ve reviewed 48 amenity kits to date here on Frequently Flying and bring you the latest “top 10” list below. When I began my Amenity Kit Review series in 2010, I developed a 7-point scoring system as follows: And earlier this year, I put out a poll asking you, my faithful readers, if I should…

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Amenity Kit Review: Air Astana Short-Haul Business Class – Unisex

I previously reviewed Air Astana’s long-haul men’s business class amenity kit, and I’ll have a full review of the female version in an upcoming post.  In the meantime, here’s a look at the airline’s unisex offering provided to business class passengers on short-haul flights for this installment of Amenity Kit Reviews. The Kazakhstan-based airline operates…

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A Look at 3 Turkish Airlines Economy Class Amenity Kits, Plus a Giveaway

In August, I posted a brief overview of a Turkish Airlines economy class amenity kit, not subjecting it to the critical scoring system that I normally apply in my Amenity Kit Review series. That just wouldn’t have been fair since any kit provided to economy class passengers is “exceptional” in my mind. Amenity kit provider…

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Amenity Kit Review: Air New Zealand Business Premier

One of the holes in my amenity kit collection has been filled with special thanks to @LoyalUA1K, and I bring you my critique of Air New Zealand’s Business Premier offering for this installment of Amenity Kit Reviews. For a better description of each category and the 7-point scale for scoring, please review my introductory post.…

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Amenity Kit Review: Air Astana Long-Haul Business Class – Men’s

Amenity kit supplier Formia generously sent me several samples from its collection and I bring you Air Astana’s long-haul gentleman’s business class offering for this installment of Amenity Kit Reviews. For a better description of each category and the 7-point scale for scoring, please review my introductory post. Your first thought might mirror my own:…

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Amenity Kit Giveaway: Delta Air Lines BusinessElite Tumi Case

Last week I reviewed the latest Delta Air Lines BusinessElite amenity kit featuring a Tumi case. I encourage you to check out my critique, as this one scored highest of the three Delta kits I’ve reviewed to date here on Frequently Flying. It’s vastly improved from the red cylindrical offering first appearing in 2011(ish), and…

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Amenity Kit Review: Delta Air Lines BusinessElite – Tumi

Delta Air Lines introduced its newest BusinessElite amenity kit in late February 2013, and the fine folks at Delta just recently sent me a couple for my collection – a very nice gesture I will pay forward by giving away the second one here on the blog. That giveaway will come later this month, so…

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Amenity Kit (Non) Review: Turkish Airlines Economy Class

I recently published Amenity Kit Reviews for both the Turkish Airlines Business Class and Comfort Class (premium economy) offerings, and a couple of readers mentioned that economy passengers also receive kits. From the Comfort Class review, reader PAB said: I already knew that some airlines (none of them U.S. carriers, of course) provide coach passengers…

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Amenity Kit Review: Singapore Airlines First Class – Sothys Products

Singapore Airlines remains as one of the few truly premier airlines of the world that doesn’t offer amenity kits to business class passengers. Instead, individual amenities are provided by flight attendants from a basket (or found in the lavatories). In first class, however, they do provide an actual kit of sorts and I bring you…

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