Claire McMullen of Flight Centre Kew, Victoria. Click the next pic to see her entry.
The Economy Skycouch: Claire suggests that Dave should opt for the Economy Skycouch. “Dave needs room for his wings while sitting up watching the incredible entertainment Air New Zealand offer” and “if he happens to find a lady goose to accompany him he’ll protect her and still have room to wriggle!” It’s easy to see why so many consultants have recommended that Dave opt for Air New Zealand’s innovative Skycouch which transforms a row of three economy seats into a luxurious and comfy flat bed, so Dave can spread his wings, kick his webbed feet up and relax.
Alastair Esser of Flight Centre Queen St, Queensland. Click the next pic to see his entry.
Premium Economy: Maybe, as Alastair has suggested, Premium Economy is the way to go “With a large wingspan Dave will be able to comfortably settle back with 50% more recline than Economy and dine on the finest produce and wine New Zealand has to offer”. Winning Skytrax World Airline Awards Premium Economy in multiple categories, including World’s Best Premium Economy Class and Best Premium Economy Class Airline Seat, Dave would be enjoying one of the best seats in the house.
Cassie Harvey of Flight Centre Manly, NSW. Click the next pic to see her entry.
Business Premier: Or does Dave prefer a taste of the finer things and would he opt for Business Premier as Cassie suggests “The lie-flat beds are one of the longest in the sky so you can stretch out those wings of yours with ease. And you can feel free to duck into the Air New Zealand lounge before your flights for a bit of TLC” With a world-class level of pampering, Dave could have the best sleep in the sky after enjoying the best of New Zealand food and wine.
Kate Whitfield of Uncango Travel & Cruise, Queensland. Click the next pic for details on her suggestions for Dave.
NASA Johnson Space Centre:
After rolling off the Skycouch and into Houston, Kate has a day at the Houston Space Centre planned for Dave and being a Friday has cleverly pointed out “You are able to meet a real astronaut and hear all about their galactic adventures” and Dave, why not “Try on a spacesuit – if those feathers will fit” We’d love to see the photos of that! Many agents recommended that Dave visit the famous NASA Johnson Space Centre, a must for any Houston itinerary.
Matt Johnson of Flight Centre Edgecliff, NSW. Click the next pic for his itinerary plans for Dave.
Hermann Park Conservancy:
Next up Dave can hit the outdoors, one of Houston’s largest parks and gardens, Matt recommends “Head straight for the parks duck ponds and meet some of the local bird life and have a swim to freshen up from the journey” and if you feel game Dave, “maybe a game of Duck Duck Goose with your new friends”. Nice suggestion Matt!
Luke Graham of Flight Centre Tea Tree Plaza, SA. Click the next pic to get a taste of his itinerary.
Houston City Pass:
To see all the sites Luke suggests that Dave should pick up a Houston City Pass “Dave will be able to choose from the Downtown Aquarium (maybe visit a long lost relative!), the Houston Museum of Natural Science or perhaps everyone’s favourite the Space Center” and Many consultants have recommended that Dave visit the famous NASA Johnson Space Centre, a must for any Houston itinerary.
Megan Fowler of Flight Centre Forest Lakes in WA. Click the next pic for some of her suggestions.
How about an afternoon at the Zoo Dave? Megan thinks it’ll be a great way to relax and soak up the atmosphere outdoors after the flight to Houston. “He can see all the world’s best predators from safely behind glass and fences – he won’t be risking his feathers here” get ready for a fascinating afternoon adventure!