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Old 12-29-2014, 02:12 AM
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oh well it doesnt matter i guess as he will be here within next couple of weeks
and we will marry before september so all good

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Yaaay such lovely news! Mabrook in advance for your wedding! I hope its everything you ever wished it were!
Definitely uplifting to hear such great news on this thread..

All these tragedies happening around the world is freaking me out a little I must say. I am worried sick about my partner having to come here with how aviation has been messing up these past few months. God be with everyone!!!
I heard the bad news about Asia Air! This is the third flight to endure misfortunes... It is the worst thing to happen to anyone.. Please keep the families of those waiting on news about their loved ones in your Prayers.

This is why I always say to people DONT take cheap flights! Domestic flights like that are horrible... Money comes and goes.. Don't try and save an extra hundred or two in exchange for your safety! I know my partner will be flying the best of the best! I understand that these misfortunes can happen at any time and on any man-made machine but we must do our part guys in securing flights that are reputable, that adhere to safety regulations, with 5 star rating.
Your lives and your family/partner's souls are more valuable than any cost you may need to adhere to. Especially these months where everyone is feeling vulnerable and scared.

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It is so sad that another Malaysian based airline has gone missing . My husband and I were planning on going to Asia next year but now I am having second thoughts. I told him maybe we should go somewhere where it is safe to fly to like America or Canada. Bali and Singapore were two places we were looking at too.

Myself when I travel I usually go on a major airline, with my airline of choice being Emirates .

Safe travels for your fiance montasbaby.

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Thanks Mish and NN and yes it is most terrible about the missing plane ...I cannot imagine what they are going through waiting for news

I think the airline of choice from Tunisia will be Emirates

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Don't forget to sign him up to skyward awards that way you get points and eventually can buy some gifts through them

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It is very sad... but they say you are actually much, much safer flying than you are driving. I don't worry day-to-day about my loved ones driving, so I try not to worry about them flying, either, since I know they're actually safer.

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My preferred airline is Etihad.
I have flown Emirates and I have flown Etihad.. as well as Qantas.

By far Etihad takes the lead!!! Did you see the new A380? Its literally an apartment room.. bed, shower, bar - etc! Amazing.

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Oh yes! Was like $20k one way to London I believe.

Emirates always worked out better for me going to Egypt anyway because one less day had to take off work and didn't arrive in Egypt at 3AM like Etihad did.

I have flown Qantas to London and didn't like it at all.

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Why is your entry date so far away...we were given april which is 4 months from visa grant...I know different visa..is this the reason why?
We were given till August 2015 for my husband to get here. We are already married so maybe that could be the reason for the difference?


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Flight is booked Egyptair and Emirates...and yes i got him signed up on all frequent flyer bits 2 weeks and he will be here

And i still don't get my entry date but oh well

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