Flights Archives - Gluten Free Mike

10 September 2015

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 September 10, 2015
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Aer Lingus Logo

Aer Lingus Business Class Review

If it is the end of summer than you’ll find me heading to Montreux, Switzerland for my annual visit. This visit marked our eighth visit to Montreux and it is truly something that we look forward to every year.  Future posts will focus on the gluten-free food finds (and there were many) but this post is about something near and dear to my heart – the flights.

30 September 2014

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 September 30, 2014
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Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines Business Class

The outbound flights for my annual visit to Switzerland was on United Airlines in their BusinessFirst cabin to Zürich but our return was on Brussels Airlines via (obviously) Brussels. Hey, any excuse for dinner in Brussels. We took the train as we normally do from Montreux to Geneva Airport. The journey is about an hour and a half but the scenery…

13 September 2014

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 September 13, 2014
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United Boeing 767-400

United BusinessFirst Review

My annual visit to Montreux, Switzerland was via Zürich this trip and rather than connecting to a domestic flight (which would have actually made for a longer travel time) decided to take the train from Zürich to Vevey – which would be our base for three days before settling in at our usual location of Montreux for ten more days. 

16 May 2014

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 May 16, 2014
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LAN 767

LAN Premium Business Review

This is a comprehensive trip report (read long) as I also share these with a frequent flier community that I belong to. So grab a cocktail, fasten those seat belts, and join me as we jet over 10,000 miles on LAN. I was able to utilize the American Express International Airline Program (IAP) once again for this return to South America.

18 April 2014

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 April 18, 2014
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United Airlines Boeing 787

United Airlines Takes GF Lead

I have been meaning to post this since my fabulous friends at United Airlines gave me a sneak peek into their new options for gluten-free travelers late last month. So let’s just file this in my better late than never category. I have been traveling quite a bit lately and most recently just flew 10,000+ miles down to Buenos Aires and back…