I think this is the worst jet lag that we have ever had in our many years of travel…flying from Europe to Australia and then onwards to America…wow this is how we dealt with it.
Initially we weren’t planning to vlog our flight home from London to Australia but during our Singapore to Australia part of the leg Singapore Airlines were kind enough to upgrade us to Business Class…so we decided to give you a Business Class Review of the Singapore Airlines Airbus A350-900 – which by the way was amazing.
Next up we continued our travels onto America after well over 35 hours of flying we finally arrived in Los Angeles.
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We then spent the next couple of days trying to deal with Jet lag by doing some shopping at the Grove, seeing the Hollywood sign, going to the Griffiths Observatory and ending our day at Santa Monica Pier.
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47 thoughts on “Flying AROUND THE WORLD to the USA (extreme jet lag)”
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Great video. Nicely described. A+.
Singapore Airlines do not fly A350-900 on Singapore – London Heathrow Route.
SQ 305, 317, 321 are operated by A380-800.
SQ 319 is operated by B777-300ER.
Unless, it is an equipment change at the last moment, then it is possible for the aircraft to be A350-900.