Brussels Airlines Dash 8 Smallest Fleet I’ve had

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10 Responses

  1. Aditi says:

    What matters at the end is that you had a good trip. Ignore the few points that didn’t live up to your expectation 😉 BTW – those Costa Coffee cups are massive! I want them! Cheers!!

  2. Tyra says:

    Hehe, the smallest airplane I’ve been on was a Malaysian Air one in my trip from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi. It was small like this Brussels one. I was surprised myself. Nevertheless I’m glad you had a good trip, you probably didnt remember it because you were having so much fun! Congrats on finishing Blogtober!!! Looking forward to more road trip and cosplay posts!

    • Alexine says:

      Thank you Tyra, this was a good trip indeed! I have also tried Malaysian Airlines and I guess it was more bigger. But since that accident happened was afraid to try with them.

  3. Travelquartz says:

    haha enjoyed reading this experience of yours, I have heard stories about propeller planes and how dizzy they make you feel, once I realized flying from Delhi to Dehradun I was in the similar plane, thanks to good weather it wasn’t that bad !!! Cheers ( Costa Coffee )

    • Alexine says:

      Thank so much Travelquartz, Yes, since I have a complicated sense of smell and nausea prone, it’s really difficult but I always try to deviate my attention to other things.

  4. Helene Choo says:

    Such a cute plane!:) I’ve been on a few of these, and it’s true that they’re usually narrower than others, and getting in and out of seats gets complicated haha! Sounds like you had a smooth flight though:) We had both Costa and Starbucks in the UK and I think they’re pretty similar too…both really yum!:D congrats on completing Blogtober!! <3

    • Alexine says:

      Yes, Helene, so far the smallest that I have, even in Philippines we have smaller aircraft but this one was really petit. I’ll get you some Costa next time. 🙂

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